"So I think that's the effect the balloon will have".
Ignoring all diplomatic niceties, the convention-shredding United States president set up the four-day visit with a rebuke of his beleaguered host as she battles to stop her government falling apart over Brexit. A YouGov poll on Wednesday showed 77 percent had an unfavorable opinion of the president and just 50 percent thought his visit should go ahead.
In a joint statement, Leonard and Harvie said: "For Donald Trump to travel to Scotland with public assistance and ease when his travel ban has caused outrage and despair around the world would simply not be acceptable".
Johnson resigned as foreign secretary on Monday, in protest over May's proposal for a "soft" Brexit from the European Union. Brexit creates "an opportunity to reach a free-trade agreement that creates jobs and growth here in the U.K. and right across the United States", Ms.
But Mr Trump said the prime minister is a "very good person" denying claims he called her a bossy schoolteacher, or said she was boring.
"The people voted to break it up, so I imagine that is what they would do, but maybe they [May's plans] are taking a different route".
In other news from this morning's press conference, Trump stunted expectations when he refused to comment on the UK's current Brexit turmoil. A three-course meal will be served to guests, who include a number of prominent British business leaders.
May insisted earlier Thursday that her plan was exactly what Britons had voted for in the 2016 referendum. "That is exactly what we will do".
To talk about being pragmatic, to smooth over the contradictions, to do whatever it takes to get to the other side, without smashing that vase (her party and the country) to bits.
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'I would say Brexit is Brexit, ' he said.
On Friday, he will hold talks with May expected to focus on Brexit and Russian Federation, at the prime minister's Chequers country residence followed by a press conference.
That matters because the government has been clinging to the idea of trade deals with countries outside the European Union as one of the benefits of Brexit, and claiming that the choice in the Chequers deal to stay close to the European Union doesn't exclude those opportunities.
Britain is now part of the EU's single market - which allows for the frictionless flow of goods and services among the 28 member states - and its tariff-free customs union for goods. He went on to explain that he thinks the U.K.is now in "turmoil".
The plans laid out Thursday in a 98-page government paper gave Britain's most detailed answer yet to the question of what will replace them.
Protesters gather at the gates of Blenheim Palace ahead of Trump's arrival. The plan also doesn't deal with trade in services, including financial products, which accounts for 80 per cent of the country's economy.
"I'd like to see them be able to work it out so it could go quickly".
Pro-EU lawmakers, in contrast, think the proposed post-Brexit ties with the bloc are not close enough.