Trump Says Theresa May Didn't Follow His Advice to Escape Brexit MAYHEM

Sergio Conner
March 16, 2019

Amid this week's Westminster turmoil, Mr Trump criticised British Prime Minister Theresa May's handling of the UK's departure from the EU.

"But I gave the prime minister my ideas on how to negotiate it and I think you would have been successful".

He also said another vote on Brexit would be unfair, and reiterated that he would like to see a US trade deal with the United Kingdom after it leaves the EU. Mr Trump said he had seen Mr O'Rourke's announcement and said: "I've never seen so much hand movement".

"I'm not going to comment on Brexit".

"We shouldn't have a hard border or anything to disrupt the peace process", said Varadkar.

When Mr Trump was asked about it by USA reporters, he turned to Mr Varadkar and said: "We have a border situation also".

Pence has welcomed Varadkar into his home at the Naval Observatory before, but Thursday morning was the first time the vice president also hosted Varadkar's partner, Matt Barrett, according to the Post.

The Irish PM said the most pressing issue facing his country was how to settle questions about the future of the border between Ireland, an European Union member, and Northern Ireland, which won't be.

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"This has been a tradition where we dispense from our differences, whether it is political or whether they are competitive in any other way, and where we come together and celebrate", she said.

"I think it'll be a few years until the United Kingdom sorts itself out", predicted Varadkar. I missed it last time and I would've loved to have been there.

Mrs Foster has said she hopes to invite Mr Trump to attend the Open Championship at Portrush this July.

In a tweet, Varadkar said it was "great to be back here for a really warm reception".

After he met Pence at his home a year ago, Varadkar told Irish reporters that the two discussed LGBT issues and that the vice-president told the Irish leader that his partner would be welcome at his home.

The annual Shamrock Presentation between the Taoiseach and the President of the United States has taken place.


"But it will all work out, everything does, one way or the other". He was proud to be an American, but I can still hear that Irish brogue in my heart when my grandfather used to talk about the old country and his home across the pond.

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