Trump says May is doing Brexit wrong, threatening U.S. trade deal

Trump says May is doing Brexit wrong, threatening U.S. trade deal

As the Queen and Mr Trump reviewed the troops, a rare honour for a visiting head of state, the American let the royal take the lead, slowing his pace to match the 92-year-old monarch.

LONDON - British Prime Minister Theresa May is looking forward to sitting down with Donald Trump to talk him through her Brexit negotiating stance after the United States president criticized her plans in an interview, her spokesman said on Friday.

Labour's Stephen Doughty said: "An image of Donald Trump sitting in Churchill's seat will stick in the throats of many Brits who would consider Trump not only to be one of the worst presidents in USA history but also not even worthy of a comparison with our wartime leader who rescued our nation in its darkest hour".

Though today, Mr Trump was treated to an intimate meeting with just the Queen following Prince Philip's retirement from public duties last May. You don't see, like, anything embarrassing.

Later on Friday, the president was due to pay a visit to Windsor Castle where he and First Lady Melania Trump will have tea with Queen Elizabeth II.

US President Donald Trump has arrived at Windsor Castle for tea with the Queen.

During the meeting, which was aired live on TV, Trump and Melania walked to meet the Queen where they shook hands before engaging in small talk.

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The others are Republican targets for the confirmation vote who come from Trump-won states where they face re-election this fall. Democrats and liberal advocacy groups quickly lined up in opposition. "I've tried to live that creed", he said Monday night.

His four-day trip to Britain is not a state visit - with the formal trappings of a carriage procession and certain banquets - but it bears numerous hallmarks, including time with the head of state.

Other protestors waited outside Windsor Castle for the president to arrive. "She is just an incredible woman".

With that prospect now in greater doubt, her 104-page proposal tabled earlier this week appears increasingly shaky.

In a 1997 interview, just weeks after Diana's death, USA radio host Howard Stern asked Trump if he "could have nailed her".

Trump told The Sun newspaper in an interview published Thursday that he is the descendant of immigrants from Germany and Scotland.

A large crowd of anti-Trump protesters mingled with sightseers and tourists as the large inflatable balloon, tethered to secure ropes, made its ascent.

The president added: "I think allowing millions and millions of people to come into Europe is very, very sad".