Trump says he feels 'unwelcomed' in London, blasts mayor Sadiq Khan


Organisers said 250,000 people were protesting in London and other demonstrations were expected in cities around the country, including Windsor where the U.S. President was due to have tea with Queen Elizabeth.

He said: 'It's a great thing for global relations and if you look at the United Kingdom and you look at Scotland and the U.S. - what two allies, anywhere in the world at any time in history have been more powerful allies than us?

But there was still a lot of confusion.

He didn't elaborate. He said that May is "doing a terrific job".

When Khan wisely and calmly said that there was "no reason to be alarmed" by the visibly increased security presence in the streets of London after the London Bridge attacks, Trump spun it as Khan trying to minimise the threat of the attacks - but didn't challenge Theresa May when she said in response to the same attacks that "everybody needs to go about their lives as they normally would". "She said: "Don't worry, it's only the press".

Demonstrators protest against the visit of U.S. President Donald Trump, in central London, Britain, July 13, 2018. "She didn't listen to me". And maybe, some day, she'll do that.

Trump has also frequently angered British politicians and has been involved in social media spats with London's Muslim mayor Sadiq Khan who he said had "done a very bad job on terrorism".

When it was suggested that he was referring to simply walking away from the talks, Mr. Trump said no. "This is not the way you behave", she told ITV. But you can do other things.

At another point, Mr. Trump talked about Britain "perhaps" leaving the European Union, which prompted Ms.

It all made for a perplexing and politically tricky visit for Ms. May, who was already reeling from a backlash within her Conservative Party caucus over a new Brexit plan she announced last week that included a customs arrangement with the EU. They have accused Ms. "But it is too bad what is going on".

Despite a series of diplomatic spats between Britain and Trump, the British government is hoping for a quick trade deal with the USA after it leaves the European Union.

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Two senior cabinet ministers, including former foreign secretary Boris Johnson, had resigned in protest of the strategy just days before Mr. Trump arrived, and several backbench MPs were in open revolt.

Mr. Trump stoked the flames of the discontent in an interview with The Sun that was published on Friday just hours before the President and Ms.

'I think having a president with those roots, that has spent so much time in those places, is a handsome thing'. "It was not the deal that was in the referendum".

Ms May also glossed over the comments. "I would have done it much differently", he added.

Asked if the row jeopardises that bond, he said: "It takes two to tango, and I'm not tweeting President Trump or saying beastly things about him".

"She wanted to go a different route. And that is fine". However, U.K. -based stakeholders won't like the "facilitated customs arrangement", which would allow the nation to remain in the E.U. customs union, but in turn, would mean paying both U.K. and E.U. tariffs for goods entering Britain. "He never enters into adult discussion", said Paul Fonseca, 23.

By Friday afternoon, Mr. Trump appeared to backtrack, saying he'd had an opportunity to learn more about Ms. May and tried to play down his comments about Mr. Johnson, with limited success.

While one annoyed user said: "This reminds us of that time Trump landed in Scotland and congratulated them on Brexit when 62 percent of Scotland voted Remain". "He's been very nice to me". He quickly pointed to Ms.

She could say that "he and I do disagree on some things: his tearing of babies from their parents, his racist attacks on the London mayor, his lies, his admiration for dictators, and I tend to think his combover is an absurdity". He also offered Ms.

"Theresa May should condemn Trump for this ugly dog-whistle politics, and apologise for Zac Goldsmith's disgraceful London mayoral campaign, which these remarks echo".