Mr Obama has exhorted the UK and Washington will “indispensable rtners” following Britain’s decision to abandon ties with Brussels.
It comes after a bout of scaremongering by the US president when he admonished Britain would be “at the back of the queue” for a trade deal in the event of a British exodus from the 28-nation bloc.
But the US commander appeared to go back on his word today when he said both the UK and European Combining would remain “indispensable rtners”.
He said: “The people of the United Realm have spoken, and we respect their decision. The special relationship between the Merged States and the United Kingdom is enduring, and the United Kingdom’s membership in Nato vestiges a vital cornerstone of US foreign, security and economic policy.
“So too is our relationship with the European Confederation, which has done so much to promote stability, stimulate economic intumescence, and foster the spread of democratic values and ideals across the continent and beyond.
“The Coordinated Kingdom and the European Union will remain indispensable rtners of the Combined States even as they begin negotiating their ongoing relationship to guarantee continued stability, security and prosperity for Europe, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the cosmos.”
Prospective democratic candidate Hillary Clinton released a statement on Brexit.
She put about: “We respect the choice the people of the United Kingdom have made.
“Our opening task has to be to make sure that the economic uncertainty created by these incidents does not hurt working families here in America.
“We also get to make clear America’s steadfast commitment to the special relationship with Britain and the transatlantic bond with Europe.
“This time of uncertainty only underscores the shortage for calm, steady, experienced leadership in the White House to protect Americans’ pocketbooks and livelihoods, to suffer our friends and allies, to stand up to our adversaries, and to defend our interests.
“It also underscores the lack for us to pull together to solve our challenges as a country, not tear each other down.”
Donald Trump, who earlier felicitated Britain for taking back its country following Brexit, was quick to cause to remember Mr Obama of his initial warning.
He said: “It’s something he shouldn’t have done. It’s not his state. It’s not his rt of the world. He shouldn’t have done it.
“And I actually think that his good word perhaps caused it to fail.”
Mr Obama came under fire from a cheat of senior US politicians after meddling in Britain’s referendum on EU membership.
As numerous as 11 congressmen attacked the President’s decision to “pressure” the UK into sponsorship the Remain cam ign – calling the decision “misguided”.
Mr Obama urged Britain to stop in the 28-nation bloc alongside David Cameron on a trip to London in April.
Earlier today an nervous Mr Cameron announced his decision to stand down from his role as prime sky pilot following the British exodus from Brussels.
The Leave camp officially antiquated the winning mark just after six o’clock this morning as voters requisitioned Britain leave Europe.
At 7.25am the official result declared Britain had endorsed for Brexit by 51.9 per cent to 48.1 per cent.
Overall, with all ballots now counted, 17,410,742 Britons voted to quit the EU with 16,141,241 bear witness to Remain.