Donald Trump about UK election: ‘I Will work with Almost Any prime minister’

US President Donald Trump has stated he can”work with anyone” in No 10 – nine months before a general election.

Talking on a three-day trip to the UK, Mr. Trump said he’d”stick out of this election”, he had been a”lover of Brexit” and that he believed PM Boris Johnson had been”very competent”.

Mr. Trump is for a Nato summit being held in Watford in the United Kingdom.

The US president spoke in the US ambassador’s house in London during a breakfast meeting with Nato Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg.

Mr. Trump stated:

  • The US wanted”nothing to do with” that the NHS when asked whether it would form some portion of future trade talks. He added:”Never thought about it, frankly.”
  • He was”a very Simple man to utilize”
  • The US had been”attempting to work out something” with all the family of adolescent Harry Dunn
  • French President Emmanuel Macron has been”very disrespectful” for indicating Nato was”brain dead”

The US president’s remarks came minutes after he told colleagues he had been staying from this election on 12 December” since I do not wish to complicate it”.

President Trump is currently visiting the UK to attend a Nato summit on the anniversary of this transatlantic organization.

Scotland Yard has stated street closures will be set up in central London throughout the summit.

He’s due to have talks with French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Lunch will be attended by President Trump with representatives from Bulgaria, Greece, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Lithuania, Estonia and the United Kingdom.

It is uncertain whether Mr. Trump will maintain an interview.

Mr Trump said he’d be meeting with the British prime minister during his trip, including:”I have meetings set up with a lot of different states”.

And Mr. Johnson stated he’d be talking China, Russia, and Syria.

But, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab – that will meet US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo afterward – stated on Tuesday that agreements for these bilateral meetings were”constantly very fluid”.

BBC diplomatic correspondent James Lansdale said the Conservatives’ HQ isn’t keen on this type of meeting”to steer clear of pictures that might be employed by his own (Boris Johnson’s) competitions” from the upcoming general election.

Mr. Trump and Mr. Johnson did talk on Saturday when Mr. Trump expressed his condolences.

The Queen will host a reception including Mr. Trump, in Buckingham Palace.

Protesters are expected to gather on Tuesday.

Motorcyclist Harry Dunn’s family and friends are anticipated to be one of them. The departure of Mr. Dunn resulted in a diplomatic row involving the united states and UK following a defendant over his passing returned promising diplomatic immunity.

A spokesman for Mr. Dunn’s family stated they’ll combine demonstrations to be able to”create our feelings known” into Mr. Trump.

But, Mr. Johnson said the claims were”crap” and also the NHS wouldn’t be a part of such trade talks.

Labour’s manifesto states that it might keep a dedication.

The Brexit Party leader said he’d continue to keep any”private exchanges” between those confidential.

Mr. Trump has been criticized for expressing his opinions of British leaders.

The US president has been warned against becoming involved with the upcoming general election from Mr. Johnson a week.