Trump criticises May's handling of Brexit: 'It's tearing countries apart'

Donald Trump has expressed his dismay at Theresa May’s failure to deliver a Brexit deal that can pass the House of Commons. Speaking before a meeting with the Irish prime minister, Leo Varadkar, the US president added that the British prime minister hadn’t listened to his advice on how to handle negotiations with the EU.
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28 Replies to “Trump criticises May's handling of Brexit: 'It's tearing countries apart'”

  1. Mind your own business Trump !
    You’ve got enough to sort out in the USA !! And judging by what you have done there to date we don’t want you poking you nose into our business here !

  2. Too many none English speaking people commenting on here. Would the people of the continent of Europe kindly refrain from speaking and leave it to members of the English speaking world! There's good chaps.

  3. Thank you President Trump for speaking on behalf of the people of the UK when our politicians have knifed us in the back. You now have earned my utmost respect…

  4. And the advice I gave to Trumper when we last met, ‘Donald’ I said ‘better to be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt’.

    I don’t know why but whenever I have the misfortune to listen to him talking BS I am reminded of the comment from Harry S Truman about Richard Nixon: “Richard Nixon is a no good, lying b*****d. He can lie out of both sides of his mouth at the same time, and if he ever caught himself telling the truth, he'd lie just to keep his hand in.”

  5. He is right though. It should have been sorted a year ago and ready to go on the 29th. It shouldn't be dragging us through the mud still

  6. He is right that May has underperformed. To put it politely. But he is absolutey and laughably wrong that "countries are tearing themselves apart". He just can't help but talk in extremes. Like an excited teenager.

  7. “Fascinating” From a President who makes policy pronouncements through the medium of Twitter, which has been a poor substitute for evidence-based decision-making.

  8. Trump is such a wise person, the only problem is that you can never tell when he is lieing or telling the truth.

  9. Fellow Brexiteer Brenton Tarrant – Christchurch mass murderer – Answering whether he supports Brexit, he wrote: "Yes, though not for an official policy made. The truth is that eventually people must face the fact that it wasn't a damn thing to do with the economy.
    "That it was the British people firing back at mass immigration, cultural displacement and globalism, and that's a great and wonderful thing."

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