Trump holds joint press conference with British PM Teresa May

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Donald Trump has warned Theresa May her Brexit plan could "kill" any UK-US trade deal because Britain would remain so closely aligned to the European Union.

As Trump and May held a press conference in the United Kingdom, the former was asked if he "changed his tune" after his interview with The Sun where he slammed May's policies and threatened to pull a USA -U.K trade deal off the table.

President Trump dismissed the interview he did in which he slammed British Prime Minister Theresa May as "fake news" in a presser on Friday.

Trump rolled his eyes and looked irritated when asked if he regrets the comments he made to the British tabloid while sitting next to May at her country estate Chequers.

"No, if they do that I would say that that would probably end a major trade relationship with the United States".

'I am just saying I think he would be a great prime minister. Just Say No and No To Trump, No To War. I think she is a nice person.

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Her government rolled out the red carpet for Trump and worked with the United States to pull off a visit that mitigated the effect of long-expected protests in London. I was very saddened to see he was leaving government and I hope he goes back in at some point. "She's a total professional because when I saw her this morning, I said: "I want to apologize, because I said such good things about you".

"I had a letter from America at the weekend saying that tens of millions of people are standing against Trump - but standing together, we are louder".

Mr Trump described Brexit as "a very tough situation" and spoke of a "suggestion" he gave the prime minister for dealing with the EU.

Emily Bryce, from Stirling, proudly carried a homemade banner written in Gaelic, as recognition of Trump's Highland roots, which translates as "Donald Trump, son of the devil".

"I disagree with them (the comments), I disagree with them on two counts, I don't think that when you are a foreign president you should interfere in the internal politics of another country, I don't think that's helpful", he said. Protests were also planned in some 50 United Kingdom cities.

The interview, published during a gala dinner May hosted for Trump at Blenheim Palace, appeared to further ratchet up tensions in a relationship that's been fraught since the president assumed office.

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Trump was on his best behavior as he wrapped up the visit, insisting the U.S. -U.K. relationship is at "the highest level of special" before dropping by Windsor Castle for tea with the queen and heading off for a weekend at one of his golf courses in Scotland.

The public mood has also been critical of Trump over his relentless attacks on the US's allies and allegedly being more lenient towards Vladimir Putin's Russian Federation.

Belfast People Before Profit councillor Gerry Carroll told the Press Association he believes thousands would turn out to protest if Mr Trump ever visited Belfast.

"She is an incredible woman. doing a fantastic job", Trump said.

"The president did a very good job at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation encouraging others to spend", May said.

More protests are planned in Windsor, where the Trumps will meet the queen later, and in Scotland, where the president plans to spend the weekend at one of his golf courses.

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