Trump denies he criticized British prime minister after criticizing her leadership in interview
8 monthes ago - By WGN TV
LONDON - President Donald Trump denied Friday that he criticized British Prime Minister Theresa May, the day after a British tabloid published an interview with him in which he did just that. He dismissed the interview, conducted by a Rupert Murdoch-owned publication, as “fake news” saying it didn't include his comments praising May.
Trump said his comments came after he “read some reports” that suggested the United Kingdom would not be able to make a free trade deal with the US, but he said May and her representatives have since reassured him that will still be possible.
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Facing media heat, Trump calls his own statements to a British tabloid ‘fake news'
8 monthes ago - By Think Progress
President Donald Trump faced the press along with British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday, after giving a bombshell of an interview to The Sun the day before, which he now calls “fake news.”
Trump tried to walk back virtually every statement he made to the British tabloid.
On the U.S. - U.K. relationship
Before taking questions on Friday, President Trump spoke about the “friendship, collaboration and affection” between the two countries, which might ring hollow after his interview in The Sun ran last night.
In the interview he gave to The Sun, he slammed May's handling of the Brexit...
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President Trump dismisses his own interview as 'fake news'
8 monthes ago - By NY Daily News
President Trump on Friday dismissed his own explosive interview with a British tabloid as “fake news” while he grasped Prime Minister Theresa May's hand and insisted they have a “bond like no other.” Speaking alongside her at a joint press conference at Chequers, the President said he does support...
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Trump Calls His Criticism Of British Prime Minister 'Fake News'
8 monthes ago - By NPR
After slamming Prime Minister Theresa May in a British tabloid on her decisions carrying out Brexit, President Trump said at a joint press conference that May is doing a "terrific job."
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