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Cozying up to Trump might be Theresa May's worst decision yet

Cozying up to Trump might be Theresa May's worst decision yet

In a joint press conference outside London, the two leaders touted the relationship between their countries and a commitment to work together on issues of national security, terrorism, border security and trade.

U.S. President Donald Trump said a free trade deal with Britain might be impossible if it went ahead with PM Theresa May's proposals for post-Brexit ties with the European Union, in damaging remarks that could widen domestic criticism of her plans. "That's all that matters".

Addressing the 100-strong dinner at Blenheim Palace, the Prime Minister said there was an "unprecedented" opportunity to do a deal that boosted jobs and growth in both countries.

Touching on Mr Khan's office approving the Trump baby balloon, he said: "I think he has not been hospitable to a government that is very important".

(Keep in mind May arguably needs Trump's support and wants a trade deal with the US).

"But at times where we think the other side is not meeting the high standards we expect of each other we shouldn't be afraid of calling them out - that's like having a best mate". He also backed into an apology during an interview with the British journalist Piers Morgan when Morgan said he should apologize for retweeting anti-Muslim videos from an ultra-nationalist British political group.

But standing beside her on Friday, Trump seemed to go out of his way to lavish praise on the British leader, offering a rare apology and saying, "This incredible woman right here is doing a fantastic job".

Conservative MP Sarah Wollaston said Mr Trump was "determined to insult" Mrs May.

The headline in question: "TRUMP'S BREXIT BLAST Donald Trump told Theresa May how to do Brexit "but she wrecked it" - and says the U.S. trade deal is off".

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Mr Trump has trashed the PM's Brexit policy and her own handling of the crunch negotiations in a remarkable interview with The Sun.

She maintained the government's Brexit agreement, which has come under fire from supporters of a "hard Brext" "delivers" on the referendum vote.

"Boris Johnson is a friend of mine", he said.

They gathered under a big "baby Trump" blimp, showing him snarling and holding a mobile phone, dressed in only a nappy.

Ms Thornberry added: 'I don't trust her to stand up for our country when it comes to President Trump.

"This President likes the interpersonal connection with people". "He thought she was great on North Atlantic Treaty Organisation today and is a really terrific person".

But over on social media, it's also triggered a new meme, which involves a certain current British prime minister - who has been pictured looking positively smitten with her new guest.

Downing Street said Mrs May had presented the U.S. president with a gift of an illustrated ancestral chart of his Scottish heritage through his mother, and his wife with a bespoke perfume called the First Lady in a custom bottle.