In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, Steve Bannon said Mr Trump told the PM she should demand much more from Brussels than she realistically expected to get. We get hit on trade, where they treat us badly, they have barriers against us trading and you know, strong barriers and tariffs, and we get hit on North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.
Staff at Britain's Blenheim Castle were likely still cleaning up after a lavish state dinner Thursday when The Sun dropped the contents of its wide-ranging interview with U.S. President Donald Trump.
Trump also said Friday he apologized to May for the interview, though it appears his apology was about the paper's omission of his comments praising her, not his criticism.
Trump, who meets with Putin in Helsinki next week, said he would raise Russia's interference in the 2016 elections but added "I don't think you'll have any "Gee, I did it, I did it, you got me" " response from the Russian Federation leader. "I actually told Theresa May how to do it, but she didn't agree, she didn't listen to me", he told The Sun.
"Given Trump's appalling actions and rhetoric, he doesn't even deserve to look at a statue of Churchill let alone sit in his seat".
Trump has claimed to have recorded disputed exchanges in the past without providing evidence.
Two senior cabinet ministers, including former foreign secretary Boris Johnson, had resigned in protest of the strategy just days before Mr. Trump arrived, and several backbench MPs were in open revolt. Obodo, a Nigerian living in London, said he wanted to add his voice to those who are quieter, but believe Trump is doing a good job on issues such as pushing North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members to increase their defense spending.
In the article, published just hours before the two leaders held talks, Mr Trump chided the "very unfortunate" results of the Prime Minister's proposals for Brexit and her negotiating tactics as Britain prepares to leave the European Union in March next year.
Trump also lamented immigration in Europe during his news conference, saying "it has been very bad for Europe". "She said: "Don't worry, it's only the press".
"To say the president called us "fake news" with any serious intent is, well. fake news".
PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: I don't know what they're going to do.
While the United Kingdom would be able to charge lower tariffs on cars under May's Brexit plan, the Government would still be bound by Brussels rules on goods and agricultural products.
Josh: 'I feel very strongly against the things he stands for and the things he has done and it's nice to come around some people who feel the same way.
"I would describe it as a love fest between the President of the United States and the British Prime Minister, in terms of their two countries", Ruddy said in an interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo on "Cuomo Prime Time".
Protests are also planned at locations including Windsor, where Trump will meet with Queen Elizabeth II.
"(Queen Elizabeth has) a great and attractive grace about her.
"And I think he's not been hospitable to a government that is a very important government". Anti-Trump protesters lined the road up to the building, but it is unlikely the Trumps - who arrived via helicopter - saw them.
The president also pledged to raise the issue of election meddling during the summit and said he would tell Putin not to interfere in future USA elections. "I don't take questions from CNN". You know, it's interesting because I am a people person.
Trump conceded that the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting in Brussels earlier this week at times got "testy" over his demands that European nations increase their spending on defense, but he said it ended with "more unity" and "more spirit" and that Putin would see those headlines, not ones that talked about the alliance's divisions.