Trumps backs Johnson as May looks on

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US President Donald Trump's four-day working visit to England to meet British Prime Minister Theresa May resulted in massive protests with thousands of people taking to the street and mocking Donald Trump.

He told The Sun newspaper that May's plan would "probably kill the deal" as it would mean the United States "would be dealing with the European Union" instead of with the UK.

While inspecting the guard at Windsor, the Queen appeared to give direction to Mr Trump but then the president abruptly halted and she was forced to walk around him.

Mr Trump has previously spoken of his admiration for the Queen, telling The Sun that she is a "tremendous woman".

May's proposal was finalized Friday.

The Sun is owned by Rupert Murdoch, a close ally of the president's, who also owns Fox News Network, Trump's favorite U.S. TV channel.

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Parakilas said: "Both May and Trump tried to put a good face on at the press conference but we are going to continue to see. other issues which will divide the two again". He paid a brief visit to the USA ambassador's central London residence before taking a helicopter to Blenheim Palace ― the stately home in which Winston Churchill was born ― for a lavish dinner event with British prime minister Theresa May. And he seems to do very well - I was just with him tonight, and I saw him with the Prime Minister sitting there. The U.S. President also noted that her rival Boris Johnson would make a "great" Prime Minister, once again slammed the Washington Post and took aim at London Mayor in the bombshell interview.

When asked about his comments on the PM, he outright denied criticizing her, dismissed the question as "fake news" and said the publication failed to include all the positive things he said about May. "I think he is a great representative for your country".

Trump may be referring to his past feud with London Mayor Sadiq Khan, who has been outspoken about his disapproval of Trump's visit.

"I used to love London as a city", he added. "I think he has done a bad job on crime, if you look, all of the awful things going on there, with all of the crime that is being brought in".

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

"The sense of betrayal in this country will be huge, and I very much hope that she's out of office before too long", Farage said.

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