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'US doesn’t have fair trade deal with European Union, they treat us horribly’
14 July 2018, 08:41 | Darnell Patrick
Mrs May said the United States was "keen" to do a deal with the UK, adding: "We will do a trade deal with them and with others around the rest of the world".
Trump told The Sun newspaper that May's plan for Brexit had probably killed off the chance of a U.S.
Aside from being an epic breach of both diplomatic protocol and simple manners, Trump's interview brought other questions into sharp relief: can May survive if Brexit no longer holds the promise of a separate trade agreement with the United States?
"Prime Minister as I just said she's going to make a decision as to what she's going to do", he said. "I actually told Theresa May how to do it but she didn't agree, she didn't listen to me".
She praised the two countries' "enduring and special relationship", saying, "We are, and will remain, strong and close partners on trade, security and defense".
After Trump's interview was published, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said the president "likes and respects Prime Minister May very much", adding that he had "never said anything bad about her".
Trump followed a similar pattern at this week's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit by slamming US allies at the outset but ultimately claiming North Atlantic Treaty Organisation was stronger than it was before.
May batted away questions about Boris Johnson, her former foreign minister who resigned last week after she announced her plan for a "soft" Brexit.
Earlier, Mr Trump said he and Mrs May had spoken for an hour-and-a-half at the black-tie dinner at Blenheim Palace, which he attended with his wife Melania.
Referring to the Brexit blueprint published by the government on Thursday, which calls for close trading links with the European Union after Brexit, Mr Trump said: "The deal she is striking is a much different deal than the one the people voted on".
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The president who prides himself on not saying he's sorry did his own version of backtracking at a news conference with May by finding a way to blame his favorite foil for any perceived friction with May, whom he lavished with praise on the heels of questioning her leadership.
'I think he's already taken notice of us, that's why he did that interview with The Sun. "She said: "Don't worry, it's only the press".
In the interview, which took place at the U.S. Embassy in Brussels, the president also lashed out at the Muslim mayor of London, saying he had done "a bad job".
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"She is an incredible woman. doing a fantastic job", Trump said.
The criticisms sparked unfavorable comment across the British media, with the Financial Times newspaper writing in an editorial that Trump's criticism "deliberately weakens the United Kingdom prime minister at a time when her government has been rocked by a series of resignations". I think she's a very tough negotiator", he said of May, going on to call her a "very, very smart and determined person ...
Protests are also planned at locations including Windsor, where Trump will meet with Queen Elizabeth II. 'I think we should be standing up against him, I think Theresa May should be standing up against him.
Among them was Emily Bryce, who proudly carried a homemade banner written in Gaelic, in recognition of Trump's Highland roots.
Trump said he plans to raise a range of topics in his summit Monday with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, including nuclear proliferation, which Trump said he considers the largest problem facing the world. I think what has happened is very tough. Trump, on the other hand, was bullish after his North Atlantic Treaty Organisation performance, which did a good deal to stir and unsettle partners and leaders.
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German made six breaks and lost four games on his serve. "I feel like I'm getting to where I want to be", Williams said. Williams, asked whether she's felt any pressure during this tournament, said, "This is only my fourth tournament back".
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Of course, there was another player on the other side of the net - for whom Anderson's triumph was a tragedy: Isner. Anderson finished with 49 aces and 118 winners; Isner had 53 aces and 129 winners.