US President Donald Trump has said Britain’s debate more than leaving the European Union is “tearing the state apart”.
Trump claimed he was “shocked at how poorly” the negotiations have been handled. The US president, who sees himself as a grasp deal-maker, explained he gave advice to British Key Minister Theresa May perhaps but that she did not listen to him.
He explained each sides are extremely “cemented in” and he named it a “hard scenario” and a “shame”.
On Thursday, the UK parliament voted in favour of delaying the UK’s departure from the EU which was scheduled to just take place on March 29.
Trump’s opinions have been manufactured as he welcomed Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar to the White House for an early St Patrick’s Working day celebration.
The leaders satisfied in the Oval Office prior to currently being hosted by Property Speaker Nancy Pelosi at the Capitol for the once-a-year “Close friends of Eire” lunch.
Trump’s Capitol Hill visit came several hours before the Republican-controlled Senate voted to reverse the Republican president’s nationwide unexpected emergency, which he declared last thirty day period to free up funds to create his signature guarantee of a wall throughout the US-Mexico border.
The Democratic-run Property, led by Pelosi, voted very last thirty day period to block the declaration.
Trump included that he opposed yet another Brexit referendum, saying it would be “unfair” to those people who won in 2016.
He extra that his administration “appears forward to negotiating a large scale Trade Deal with the United Kingdom” as the region continues to attempt to hash out its departure from the European Union.
My Administration appears forward to negotiating a massive scale Trade Offer with the United Kingdom. The opportunity is unlimited!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 14, 2019