DONALD Trump has pronounced he feels contemptible for Theresa May – only hours after a PM announced she will renounce subsequent month.
The President – who will revisit a UK before May strictly stairs down – paid reverence to a vacating Prime Minister as he walked by a White House drift yesterday.
He said: “I feel badly for Theresa. we like her really much. She’s a good woman.
“She worked really hard. She’s really strong. She motionless to do something that some people were astounded at, some people weren’t. It’s for a good of her country.
“But we like her really much. In fact, I’ll be observant her in dual weeks.”
The PM will rigourously renounce as celebration personality on Jun 7, she reliable currently in an romantic debate from Downing Street.
I feel badly for Theresa. we like her really much. She’s a good woman.
That means she will quit dual days after Mr Trump completes his debate of a UK.
Buckingham Palace currently announced a full calendar for a President’s state revisit including several meetings with Mrs May.
He will attend a state party hosted by a Queen on Jun 3, afterwards reason talks with a PM on Jun 4.
They will reason a corner press discussion during 10 Downing Street – though allies of Mrs May are disturbed a President might confuse her by expressing support for her rivals.
One Cabinet apportion told The Sun he feared Mr Trump could validate possibly Boris Johnson or Nigel Farage when he’s in town.
The apportion said: “You can suppose him saying, ‘I could do a understanding with these guys.'”
The President is a tighten companion of Brexit Party trainer Mr Farage and has formerly voiced support for Boris to turn PM.
On Jun 5, Mrs May will again join Mr Trump for a rite in Portsmouth to symbol a 75th anniversary of D-Day.
His state revisit ends after that day – though a PM is approaching to transport to France on Jun 6 to symbol a D-Day decoration there.
Mrs May will step down from a Tory care on Jun 7 though will continue as PM in an halt ability for another 6 weeks or so.
The final time Mr Trump visited Britain he slammed Mrs May’s Brexit understanding in an talk with The Sun.
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