U.S. doesn't want Britain's National Health Service even 'on a silver platter'

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Asked at a press conference in London on on Tuesday morning whether the NHS would be up for negotiation in the trade talks, the President said: "No, not at all".

Mr. Johnson, specialists stated, may play a statesman's position on the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation assembly, since he's not as divisive a determine as Mr. Trump or two different leaders: President Emmanuel Macron of France, who not too long ago referred to the alliance as being in state of "mind loss of life", and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey, who antagonized North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members by sending troops into Syria and shopping for a sophisticated air protection system from Russian Federation.

Mr Trump went on to praise the U.S. private healthcare system, before adding: "But in this country no, they have to work it out for themselves". We're doing great health care work. We'd won the referendum convincingly, and the two major parties in this country said they would respect the result.

"Right now, we've made it very good, and we have 180 million people on plans that they absolutely love, private plans that they absolutely love". The Scottish first minister told Metro: 'We saw acts of quite exceptional individual bravery; when you're confronted with the worst of humanity you are also seeing the absolute best of it and the emergency services always fill me with admiration.' She added: 'I think given some of the information that has emerged there's clearly going to be issues to be discussed and confronted'. "If you handed it to us on a silver platter, we'd want nothing to do with it".

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President Trump also insisted that he would "stay out of the election" while he is in the United Kingdom, although he did give Mr Johnson his support. With nine days to go, they want to distract from the fundamental heart of this election: do we want to waste next year with two more referendums - one on the European Union, one on Scotland?

The President sought to dispel claims by Jeremy Corbyn that the health service would be "on the table" in any future trade deal between America and the UK.

"Or do we want to go forward with an exciting, dynamic, one-nation agenda investing in massive amounts in our healthcare, investing massive amounts in infrastructure, and uniting this country?"

Nigel Farage on the campaign trail with the Brexit Party.

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