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Here are the 12 funniest reactions to Donald Trump's United Kingdom visit

Here are the 12 funniest reactions to Donald Trump's United Kingdom visit

"We stand by our reporting and the quotes we used - including those where the President was positive about the Prime Minister, in both the paper and in our audio - and we're delighted that the President essentially retracted his original charge against the paper later in the press conference".

Theresa May also glossed over the comments.

Two ministers broke cover to make their displeasure at Mr Trump's comments known.

Mr Trump said: "The Prime Minister and I worked very hard together at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation". I like a lot of people in the United Kingdom.

Calling her a "tremendous woman", Trump said "she has really never made a mistake".

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"This week we have an opportunity to deepen this unique trading relationship and begin discussions about how we will forge a strengthened, ambitious and future-proof trade partnership".

'I don't think so - not right now, ' White House spokesman Hogan Gidley told in advance of Trump's joint press conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May.

As his performance at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation showed on Thursday, Mr Trump takes the opposite approach, firing off scatter-gun, apparently off-the-cuff remarks in sometimes rambling responses which can surprise his hosts and his White House staff alike. "Now he might not like the current president, but I represent the United States", Trump said.

He also said a rival politician, Boris Johnson, would make a "great prime minister".

"It will certainly be something that we bring up and talk about", the U.S. president said.

He said that May's new, softer approach to Brexit - which would leave Britain sticking to a "common rulebook" with Brussels on goods - would kill off the chances of a much sought-after USA -U.K. trade deal. "I actually told Theresa May how to do it but she didn't agree, she didn't listen to me", Trump said.

This has infuriated fervent Brexit supporters, who think it would limit Britain's ability to strike new trade deals around the world.

Trump praised former British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and said he would make a "great Prime Minister", adding "I think he's got what it takes". Well I am not pitting one against the other.

Mr Trump went further and suggested to the Sun Mr Johnson was "a great representative for your country". "As he said in his interview with the Sun, she "is a very good person" and he 'never said anything bad about her, '" Sanders said. I get along with her very nicely.

Khan earlier urged Londoners to keep Friday's main protest "peaceful and good-spirited", saying the message went broader than Trump.

Trump told The Sun he plans to avoid the large protests that are expected during his visit, and he also addressed the 20-feet "Trump Baby" blimp that took flight over Parliament Square Friday.

He confirmed that he had threatened to pull United States troops out of Europe at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting in Brussels during the week, but said the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation countries had come together and agreed to increase military spending which would make them stronger and more unified.

Marchers who started gathering Friday morning hoisted placards condemning Trump as a sexist and a racist, banged pots and pans, and chanted in anger.