Published: Sun, July 15, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

May: We risk ending up with no Brexit at all

May: We risk ending up with no Brexit at all

At their joint press conference, Mr Trump repeatedly referred to "brutal" suggestions he gave Mrs May.

"He told me I should sue the European Union", she said, adding: "Not go into negotiations - sue them".

The president was quoted as saying: "If they do a deal like that, we would be dealing with the European Union instead of dealing with the United Kingdom, so it will probably kill the deal".

The US President risked sending the Special Relationship into meltdown by warning that the Chequers plan kills off any hope for a transatlantic trade deal.

Mrs May also warned Tory rebels seeking to wreck her blueprint to leave the European Union that they could be left with "no Brexit at all" unless they fall into line.

Although only a few Tory MPs who have publicly called for Mrs May to step down, leading backbench Brexiteers such as Jacob Rees-Mogg and former leader Iain Duncan Smith have made clear they expect the prime minister to change her Chequers proposals to reflect their concerns. The newspaper released lengthy clips of the interview that showed Trump saying that May did not take his advice on how to handle Brexit, saying she "wrecked it".

One day after the United States charged 12 Russian military intelligence officers with hacking into Democratic campaign and state election operations in 2016, President Donald Trump suggested the Obama administration was responsible. "And if you speak to the Prime Minister, she's really saying: "No, it is Brexit, it is what it was, but we're leaving certain things".

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The Prime Minister disclosed that she has twice taken Mr Trump's hand - at the White House past year as well as at Blenheim Palace during his visit to Britain - to "help" him negotiate steps.

Asked to rate U.S. -U.K. relations, Mr. Trump gave them the "highest level of special".

"I think no matter what happens, they're going to have carve outs and they're going to make a deal with us".

London mayor Sadiq Khan has personally been attacked by Trump over Twitter, for allowing the blimp to fly. Tens of thousands of men, women and children crammed the streets of central London on Friday to vent their anger over Trump's first time setting foot on British soil.

"The relationship is further back than it was a few days ago", Dr. Jacob Parakilas, deputy head of the USA and Americas program at London-based think-tank Chatham House, told Xinhua in an exclusive interview on Friday.

The demonstrators, who had gathered on the nearby beach, climbed a hill to ensure the president could see them when he took to the golf course.

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