Donald Trump says NO to second Brexit referendum ‘it would be unfair’ to Brexit voters


Mr Trump said the US at ones desire stay out of Britain’s negotiations but then went on to criticise Theresa May across her handling of the talks. Speaking to reporters ahead of his meeting with Irish Prime Preacher Leo Varadkar, Mr Trump said he wants Brexit talks to work out but was off guarded at how badly the negotiations have gone. And he accused Mrs May of not listening to his suggestions on how to consult with Brussels.

Mr Trump also said he did not think another bear witness on Brexit would be possible because it would be unfair and reiterated that he would twin to see a US trade deal with the United Kingdom after it leaves the EU.

He said: “It’s a bare complex thing right now, it’s tearing a country apart, it’s actually flitting a lot of countries apart and it’s a shame it has to be that way but I think we will stay bang on in our lane.

He criticised Mr May’s handling of Brexit, saying he was “surprised how badly it has all increase b exploded”.

He said: “I’m surprised at how badly it has all gone from a stand point of compacts but I gave the prime minister my ideas of how to negotiate it, she didn’t listen to that and that’s excellent but it could have been negotiated in a different manner.

“I think they are in all likelihood going to have to do something because right now they are in the midst of a really short period of time, at the end of the month and they are not going to be able to do that.”

Mr Varadkar, relaxing alongside the President at the White House, said he looked forward to discussing Brexit with Mr Trump and wish also like to see a European trade deal with the US.

The US Trade Saleswoman’s office has said it would launch talks with Britain after its outlined exit from the EU on March 29 although that departure man now appears to be in doubt.

Last month, it laid out its objectives for a deal that subsumed reduced tariff and non-tariff barriers for US industrial and agricultural goods.

Supranational trade minister Liam Fox said Mr Trump had shown his ambition for a clientele agreement and he looked forward to sitting down at the negotiating table to renew the trading relationship.

He said: “Greater trade between us reinforces a inclusive alliance that goes far beyond the economic, providing for our national gage and bringing prosperity to our people.”

Mr Trump has made the US economy and trade a cornerstone of his presidency in band with his “America First” campaign, and has sought to renegotiate pacts with China, Canada and Mexico as not unexpectedly as the EU.

MPs are voting tonight on a last-minute delay after twice rejected Theresa May’s Brexit reckon with.

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