British PM Theresa May

For the Prime Minister's part, she appeared in command of the press conference: pinning down Trump on worldwide security by saying he was "100% behind Nato" - even though these words did not come from the president's mouth, announcing his state visit to the UK later this year and suggesting that they had made some progress on a US/UK trade agreement. -British relations in the near future.

Although the United Kingdom can not negotiate foreign trade partnerships until it has left the European Union Mr Trump has said he wants a "quick" deal following Brexit.

Trump said the US "respects the sovereignty of the British people and their right of self-determination" and says both counties understand "that governments must be responsive to everyday working people". Because I'm a people person. Trump threw his weight behind Britain's exit from the European Union, saying it would be a "wonderful thing" for the country.

Mrs May said she would launch the divorce talks by the end of March by triggering Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty, which gives up to two years to negotiate an exit deal. "They've been incredible allies in good times and in bad times", Trump said last June outside his hotel and golf resort in Scotland.

"They've made us look foolish", Trump told a news conference at the White House.

The US-UK defence relationship is the deepest of any two countries, May said during the press conference.


Trump said he had a "friendly call" with the Mexican president Friday, adding that the two would be "working on a fair relationship".

He continued: 'I don't agree with waterboarding but a certain amount of persuasion might be justified if someone for example had the knowledge about where a nuclear weapon that was going to explode in London was.

"I had a very bad experience". I hope we have a fantastic relationship - that's possible, and it's also possible that we won't. I was scorned in the press but t it did happen, he said.

Theresa May has been urged to end Britain's extradition treaty with the U.S. after Donald Trump indicated that he intends to authorise the use of torture. He also suggested that America might not defend fellow North Atlantic Treaty Organisation countries that didn't help reimburse the US for the cost of its troops and bases in Europe, as NPR's Frank Langfitt has reported.

He said the United States "respects the sovereignty of the British people and their right of self-determination" and said both counties understand "that governments must be responsive to everyday working people". "It's that interest in ensuring that what we do. work [s] for everyone in our countries".

Alas, we can't always get what we want.

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