Trump reveals the Queen's private views on Brexit

Clay Curtis
July 15, 2018

Trump is the 12th US President the Queen has met during her reign. "It seems like everybody wants me to", he was quoted in the Mail on Sunday as saying.

Thus, the times when her views do become known are rare and memorable, as when she was overheard at a 2016 garden party criticizing Chinese officials for being "very rude" during a state visit to Britain by President Xi Jinping the year before.

In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, also published on Saturday, the former White House strategist and leading voice of the USA far right Steve Bannon repeated the claim and compared Johnson to Trump.

Trump said he did not see any Democrat who could beat him: "I don't see anybody".

"I don't see anybody".

"The screwup: At this point, the band launched into "God Save the Queen" - but Obama continued speaking over the music: ". for the vitality of the special relationship between our peoples, and in the words of Shakespeare, 'To this blessed plot, this Earth, this realm, this England.' To the Queen". "And she's got a lot of years left".

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During an uproarious trip to Europe, Trump has harangued members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation military alliance, scolded Germany for its dependence on Russian energy, and shocked Britain by publicly criticizing Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit strategy.

Mr Trump later apologised to Mrs May for the furore over his withering public critique, blaming "fake news" and promising instead a bilateral trade agreement with Britain after it leaves the European Union in March 2019.

Next week, they will travel to Finland where the president will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin at a summit in Helsinki on Monday.

At Chequers, he said the PM was "incredible" and "doing a fantastic job", adding that, regarding Brexit, "whatever you do is OK with me". I think she represents her country so well. I'm not blaming him, I'm just saying it was a big problem.

They took a starring role in last month's Trooping of the Colour to celebrate the Queen's birthday and guard Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle in their distinctive red tunics and bearskin hats.

Trump noted that "you never know what happens with health and other things", but reassured his supporters that he "fully intend [s] to" to seek another term in the White House.

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