He told The Sun newspaper that May's plan would "probably kill the deal" as it would mean the U.S. "would be dealing with the European Union" instead of with the UK. He criticized United Kingdom leadership in the Sun interview, which happened to go to print while Prime Minister Theresa May was hosting the first couple at a gala Thursday evening.
Mr Khan said the Prime Minister should not be afraid to challenge the Republican property mogul, who also provoked anger by criticising her Brexit plans and praising her rival, Boris Johnson, as having the ability to be a "great prime minister".
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The ninth-seeded American had struggled in the opening set of her first-round match with Johanna Larsson, but roared back to win. Lucas Pouille suffered a shock defeat, going down 6-4 6-2 6-7 (8) 3-6 6-2 to Austrian qualifier Dennis Novak on Court No 18.
Trump added that he wished the paper put the "tremendous things" he said about May in its headline, but acknowledged, "That's one of those things".
"I think whenever his detractors go after him, it makes him double down and it actually encourages him to keep going and prove everybody wrong", she said. "I don't take questions from CNN".
Mrs May said: "We will do a trade deal with them and with others around the rest of the world". I think she's a terrific woman, and I think she's doing a terrific job. May in the garden of her official country residence Chequers.
Trump told The Sun that conducted the interview while he was in Brussels for the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) summit, that UK's blueprint for its post-Brexit relations with the European Union was "a much different deal than the people voted on". "I have a lot of respect for the PM", Trump said. As they strolled the grounds to make their way inside the castle, he walked in front of the queen - a big no-no. "That's the key trade-off that we have got to deal with", he told the Today programme. And yes, the balloon was even approved by the City of London. At first, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan did not authorize its use, but he then changed his mind after more than 10,000 people signed a petition calling for him to do so. "I haven't been there in a long time".