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President Trump and PM May Joint Press Conference


Mr. President: I am
honored to have Prime Minister Theresa May here
for our first official visit from a
foreign leader. This is our first
visit, so a great honor. The special relationship
between our two countries has been one of the great
forces in history for justice and for peace and,
by the way, my mother was born in Scotland,
Stornoway, which is serious Scotland Today the United States
renews our deep bond with Britain; military,
financial, cultural, and political. We have one of
the great bonds. We pledge our lasting
support to this most special relationship. Together America and
the United Kingdom are a beacon for prosperity
and the rule of law. That is why the United
States respects the sovereignty of the British
people and their right of self-determination. A free and independent
Britain is a blessing to the world, and our
relationship has never been stronger. Both America and
Britain understand that governments must be
responsive to everyday working people, that
governments must represent their own citizens. Madam Prime Minister, we
look forward to working closely with you as we
strengthen our mutual ties in commerce, business,
and foreign affairs. Great days lie ahead for
our two peoples, and our two countries. On behalf of our nation I
thank you for joining us here today. It’s a really great honor. Thank you very much. Prime Minister May:
Well, thank you very much Mr. President and can I
start by saying that I’m so pleased that I’ve been
able to be here today, and thank you for inviting
me so soon after your inauguration, and I’m
delighted to be able to congratulate you on what was a stunning election victory. And, as you say,
the invitation is an indication of the strength
and importance of the special relationship that
exists between our two countries; a relationship
based on the bonds of history, of family,
kinship, and common interests. And in a further sign of
the importance of that relationship, I have today
been able to convey her Majesty the Queen’s hope
that President Trump and the First Lady would pay a
state visit to the United Kingdom later this year,
and I’m delighted that the President has accepted
that invitation. Now today we’re discussing
a number of topics and there’s much on
which we agree. The President has
mentioned foreign policy. We’re discussing how we
can work even more closely together in order to take
on and defeat DAESH and the ideology of Islamist extremism wherever it’s found. Our two nations are
already leading efforts to face up to this challenge,
and we’re making progress with DAESH losing
territory and fighters, but we need to
redouble our efforts. And today we’re discussing
how we can do this by deepening intelligence and
security cooperation, and critically by stepping
up our efforts to counter DAESH in cyberspace
because we know we will not eradicate this threat
until we defeat the idea, the ideology that
lies behind it. Our talks will be
continuing later. I’m sure we’ll discuss
other topics; Syria and Russia. On defense and security
cooperation, we’re united in our recognition of
NATO as the bulwark of our collective defense and
today we’ve reaffirmed our unshakable commitment
to this alliance. Mr. President, I think
you said, confirmed that you’re 100 percent behind
NATO, but we’re also discussing the importance
of NATO continuing to ensure it is as equipped
to fight terrorism and cyber warfare as it is to
fight more conventional forms of war, and I’ve
agreed to continue my efforts to continue my
fellow European leaders to deliver on their
commitments to spend 2 percent of their GDP on
defense so that the burden is more fairly shared. It’s only by investing
properly in our defense that we can ensure we’re
properly equipped to face our share of
challenges together. And, finally, the
President and I have mentioned future economic
cooperation and trade. Trade between our two
countries is already worth over 150,000,000,000
£ a year. The U.S. is the single biggest
source of inward investment in the U.K. and together we’ve
around $1,000,000,000,000 invested in each other’s
economies, and the U.K./U.S. defense relationship is
the broadest, deepest, and most advanced of any two
countries sharing military hardware and expertise,
and I think the President and I are ambitious to
build on this relationship in order to grow our
respective economies, provide the high skilled,
high-paid jobs of the future for working people
across America and across the U.K. And so we are discussing
how we can establish a trade negotiation
agreement, take forward immediate high-level
talks, lay the groundwork for a U.K./U.S. trade agreement, and
identify the practical steps we can take now in
order to enable companies in both countries to trade
and do business with one another more easily. And I’m convinced that
a trade deal between the U.S. and the U.K. is in the national
interest of both countries and will cement the
crucial relationship that exists between us,
particularly as the U.K. leaves the European Union
and reaches out to the world. Today’s talks I think are
a significant moment for President Trump and I to
build our relationship, and I look forward to
continuing to work with you as we deliver on the
promises of freedom and prosperity for all the
people of our respective countries. Thank you. Mr. President:
Thank you very much. That was very
nicely stated. Steve Holland. Where’s Steve? Steve, yes. Steve Holland: Thank
you, you’re going to be speaking tomorrow with
the Russian President. What message would you
like to convey to him? How close are you to
lifting some of the sanctions imposed on
Russia over its Ukraine incursion? What would you expect in
return, and Prime Minister May, do you foresee
any changes in British attitudes toward
sanctions on Russia? Mr. President: Well, I
hear a call was set up Steve, and we’ll
see what happens. As far as the sanctions,
very early to be talking about that, but we look to
have a great relationship with all
countries, ideally. That won’t
necessarily happen. Unfortunately probably
won’t happen with many countries, but if we can
have, as we do with Prime Minister May and the
relationship that we’ve all developed and even
in the short relationship that we’ve just developed
just by being with each other: we’ve had lunch and
we’ve really had some very interesting talks and very
productive talks, but if we can have a great
relationship with Russia and with China and with
all countries, I’m all for that. That would be a
tremendous asset. No guarantees, but if
we can, that would be a positive, not a negative. Okay? Prime Minister May: We
have — as far as the U.K. is concerned on sanctions
for Russia, in relation to their activities in the
Ukraine, we have been very clear that we want to see
the Minsk Agreement fully implemented. We believe the sanctions
should continue until we see that Minsk Agreement
fully implemented, and we’ve been continuing
to argue that inside the European Union. Laura. Laura Kuenssberg: And
thank you very much Prime Minister. Laura Kuenssberg,
BBC News. Prime Minister, you’ve
talked about where you agree, but you have also
said you would be frank where you disagreed
with the President. Can you tell us where
in our talks you did disagree, and do you
think that the President listened to what
you had to say? And, Mr. President,
you said [laughs] — (laughter) — we’ll see
what she says. Mr. President, you’ve said
before that torture works. You’ve praised Russia. You’ve said you wanted
to ban some Muslims from coming to America. You’ve suggested there
should be punishment for abortion. For many people in Britain
those sound like alarming beliefs. What do you say to our
viewers at home who are worried about some of your
views, and worried about you becoming the leader
of the free world? Mr. President: This was
your choice of a question? (laughter) There goes that
relationship. (laughter) Prime Minister May: On the
issue that you raised with me Laura, can I confirm
that the President — I’ve been listening to
the President and the President has been
listening to me. That’s the point of having
a conversation and a dialogue, and we have been
discussing a number of topics. We’ll carry on after this
press conference, meeting and discussing a number
of other topics, and there will be times when we
disagree and issues on which we disagree. The point of this special
relationship is that we are able to have that
open and frank discussion. So we are able to make
that clear when it happens, but I’m clear
also that there are many issues on which the United
Kingdom and the United States stand alongside one
another; many issues on which we agree, and I
think, as I said yesterday in my speech, that we are
at a moment now when we can build an even stronger
special relationship, which will be in the
interests, not just of the U.K. and the United States, but
actually in the interests of the wider
world as well. Mr. President: We have a
great general always just been appointed Secretary
of Defense; General James Mattis, and he has stated
publicly that he does not necessarily believe in
torture or waterboarding or however you want
to define it; enhanced interrogation, I guess,
would be a word that a lot of — words that a lot of
people would like to use. I don’t necessarily agree,
but I would tell you that he will override because
I’m giving him that power. He’s an expert. He’s highly respected. He’s the general’s
general; got through the Senate very, very quickly,
which in this country is not easy I will tell you,
and so I’m going to rely on him. I happen to feel
that it does work. I’ve been open about that
for a long period of time, but I am going with our
leaders, and we’re going to — we’re going to win,
with or without, but I do disagree. As far as, again, Putin
and Russia: I don’t say good, bad, or indifferent. I don’t know
the gentleman. I hope we have a
fantastic relationship. That’s possible, and it’s
also possible that we won’t. We will see what happens. I will be representing the
American people very, very strongly, very forcefully,
and if we have a great relationship with Russia
and other countries and if we go after ISIS together,
which has to be stopped. That’s an evil that has
to be stopped, I will consider that a good
thing, not a bad thing. How the relationship works
out: I won’t be able to tell you that later. I’ve had many times where
I thought I’d get along with people, and I
don’t like them at all. (laughter) And I’ve had some where I
didn’t think I was going to have much of a
relationship and it turned out to be a great
relationship. So, Theresa, we never know
about those things do we? But I will tell
you one thing. I’ll be representing
the American people very strongly. Thank you. How about John
Roberts, FOX? John Roberts: Mr.
President, thank you so much. Madam Prime Minister. It’s my understanding,
Mr. President, that you had an hour long phone
call this morning with President Enrique
Pena Nieta of Mexico. Could we get an update on
where the relationship is? Further to that, what do
you say to your critics who claim that you
have already soured a relationship with a
very important U.S. ally and, Madam Prime
Minister, if I may ask you as well: are you concerned
about the state of relations between the
United States and Mexico? Mr. President: Well, I
think the Prime Minister first of all has other
things that she’s much more worried about than
Mexico and the United State’s relationship, but
I will say that we had a very good call. I have been very
strong on Mexico. I have great
respect for Mexico. I love the Mexican people. I work with the Mexican
people all the time; great relationships, but, as you
know, Mexico, with United States, has out negotiated
us and beat us to a pulp through our past leaders. They’ve made us
look foolish. We have a trade deficit of $60,000,000,000 with Mexico. On top of that, the border
is soft and weak, drugs are pouring in, and I’m
not going to let that happen and General Kelly
is going to do a fantastic job at Homeland Security. As you know, we swore
him in yesterday. We have really, I think,
a very good relationship, the president and I, and
we had a talk that lasted for about an hour this
morning, and we are going to be working on a fairer
relationship and a new relationship. But the United States
cannot continue to lose vast amounts of business,
vast amounts of companies, and millions and millions of people losing their jobs. That won’t happen with me. We’re no longer going
to be the country that doesn’t know what it’s
doing, and so we are going to renegotiate our trade
deals, and we’re going to renegotiate other aspects
of our relationship with Mexico and, in the end, I
think it will be good for both countries. But it was a very,
very friendly call. I think you’ll hear that
from the president, and I think you’ll hear that
from the people of Mexico that really represent him
and represent him very well, and I look forward
to, over the coming months; we’ll be
negotiating and we’ll see what happens. But I’m representing
the people of the United States, and I’m going to
represent them as somebody should represent them:
not how they’ve been represented in the past
where we lose to every single country. Prime Minister May: As
the President himself has said, the relationship
with the United States with Mexico is a matter
for the United States and Mexico. Tom. Tom: Mr. President, you
said you’d help us with the Brexit trade deal. You’ve said — you
said you would help us. with the Brexit
trade deal. You said you’d stand by us
with NATO, but how can the British prime minister
believe you because you have been known in the
past to change your position on things? And also it’s a question
to both of you: people are fascinated to know how
you’re going to get on with each other. You’re so different: the
hard-working daughter of a vicar, the brash TV
extrovert: have you found anything in common
personally yet? Mr. President: Actually
I’m not as brash as you might think. (laughter) And I can tell you that I
think we’re going to get along very well. You know, I’ve — it’s
interesting because I am a people person. I think you are also
Theresa, and I can often tell how I get along with
somebody very early, and I believe we’re going to have a fantastic relationship. Brexit — and I really
don’t change my position very much. If you go back and you
look, my position on trade has been solid for many,
many years since I was a very young person, talking
about how we were getting ripped off by the rest
of the world, and I never knew I’d be in this
position where we can actually do
something about it. But we will be talking to
your folks about Brexit. Brexit was an example of
what was to come, and I happened to be in Scotland
at Turnberry cutting a ribbon when Brexit
happened, and we had a vast amount of press
there, and I said, “Brexit” — this
was the day before. You probably remember. I said, “Brexit is going
to happen.” And I was scorned in the press for
making that prediction. I was scorned, and I said
I believe it’s going to happen because people want
to know who’s coming into their country and they
want to control their own trade and various other
things and, lo and behold, the following day it
happened, and the odds weren’t looking good
for me when I made that statement because, as you
know, everybody thought it was not going to happen. I think Brexit’s going to
be a wonderful thing for your country. I think when it irons out,
you’re going to have your own identity, and you’re
going to have the people that you want in your
country, and you’re going to be able to make free
trade deals without having somebody watching you and
what you’re doing, and I had a very bad experience. I have — I had something
when I was in my other world. I have something in
another country, and getting the approvals
from Europe was very, very tough. Getting the approvals
from the country was fast, easy, and efficient. Getting the approvals from
the group: I call them the consortium, was very,
very tough, but I thought Brexit — I think, and I
think it will go down that it will end up being a
fantastic thing for the United Kingdom. I think, in the end,
it will be a tremendous asset, not a tremendous
liability, okay? Prime Minister May: And
just on the question you asked me Tom, I mean, I
think, as the President himself has said, I think
we have already struck up a good relationship. But you asked what
we had in common. I think if you look at the
approach that we’re both taking, I think one of the
things we have in common is that we want to put
the interests of ordinary, working people right
up there, center stage. Those people who, you
know, they’re working all the hours. They’re doing their best
for their families, and sometimes they just feel
the odds are stacked against them, and it’s
that interest in ensuring that what we do, that the
economies, our economies and our governments
actually work for ordinary, working people;
work for everyone in our countries. I think we both
share that. Mr. President:
Thank you very much. Prime Minister
May: Thank you. Mr. President: Thank
you very much everybody.

Robin Kshlerin

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100 COMMENTS

  1. Jose Agustin Castellanos Vargas Posted on February 2, 2017 at 7:58 pm

    PRESIDENT TRUM AND PM JOINT PRESS CONFERENCE CASTEL

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  2. Dalton R Posted on February 3, 2017 at 3:28 am

    America has a real President. Thank you Mr Trump!

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  3. Alicia Tur Posted on February 3, 2017 at 8:14 am

    This seems quite positive to me. It seems to me that Mr. Trump is making a good effort at international peace. So far, Mr. Trump is giving me hope.

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  4. Alicia Tur Posted on February 3, 2017 at 8:22 am

    I am also impressed with the Prime Minister. and the respectful relationship Mr
    Trump is forging with her. Its mutually beneficial for both our countries.

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  5. Kevin Zilverberg Posted on February 3, 2017 at 4:35 pm

    I hope Trump can hint our suicidal "leaders" in Europe to stop this insanity, i'm very worried about war breaking out here.

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  6. Jason Lima Posted on February 4, 2017 at 3:45 am

    keep looking down to your scripted words sir.

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  7. Maciu Vatu Posted on February 4, 2017 at 2:36 pm

    This dude, Trump, wants to one day to rule Scotland as KING MacDonald The First Of Scotland.  Once a upon a time Scotland was a Monarchy with its own Royalty.  Once such King was James The Six who later abdicated and moved to England to become their King – later on still he moved to France and took up residency there as their King.  So King Mac, as we shall call Trump could yet do the same as King James.  There is nothing wrong with monarchy only the nutcases who occupy the Throne are the problems . . . .

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  8. DanielCrawley Posted on February 4, 2017 at 3:19 pm

    Reagan and Thatcher 2.0

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  9. NeonMojiNinja K Posted on February 4, 2017 at 6:05 pm

    Funny how I forgot how I forgot the prime minister even existed but I know everything about the us election, I'm British lol

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  10. Humphrey Bogart Posted on February 6, 2017 at 1:33 am

    Congratulations to May for being so positive about the relationship with Trump's America, despite the crying and whinging of so many pathetic progressives and progressive media. She needs to remain strong in the face of EU sulking and show how the US and the UK can lead the way to a stronger, safer world.

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  11. R P Posted on February 6, 2017 at 6:53 pm

    Nooooo. I live in the UK AND I do not want any trade deals with America until there is a new president, someone like (hillary clinton). Also fuck of Trump 90 percent of the UK population hate you, don't do it Theresa! DON'T DO IT!

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  12. Hard Core News Posted on February 6, 2017 at 11:08 pm

    Is NATO a military alliance or social club?

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  13. Nelson Muntz Posted on February 7, 2017 at 12:37 am

    May is a globalist, she doesnt have Britains best interest at heart.

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  14. Gina 1965 Posted on February 7, 2017 at 7:06 am

    Oh yeah, they're a "great" ally.

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  15. عبدالباسط سليمان Posted on February 7, 2017 at 7:16 pm

    ود دينا

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  16. summerholliday44 Posted on February 7, 2017 at 11:15 pm

    to the rest of the world….I AM SO SORRY FOR TRUMP…HE DOESNT REPRESENT US…WE ARE LOVING COMPASSIONATE AND LOVE OTHER COUNTRIES….PLEASE FORGIVE US…WE TRYING TO GET HIM IMPEACHED….BARE WITH US!!!!

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  17. Carlos Garzon Posted on February 8, 2017 at 6:23 pm

    Sanction ukraine they are the ones not implenting the minsk accords and every one in the world knows this.

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  18. Byron Landiss Graves Posted on February 8, 2017 at 8:30 pm

    I cannot wait for President Donald J. Trump's & First Lady Melania Trump's State visit to Great Britain and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. HOW EXCITING! Kudos to The President's mother being born in Scotland. As a fellow Scot (direct descendant through my maternal grandmother, Georgia Belle (Gillean) Landiss (and British actor Sean Connery) from the Scottish Highlands Clan of "MacLean", Duart Castle, Isle of Mull) I love our new PRESIDENT even more. Byron Landiss Graves

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  19. nabadraadshe Posted on February 8, 2017 at 11:15 pm

    He said nothing much. She is more articulate than him. As per his admission "very nicely stated"

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  20. Joe Blow Posted on February 9, 2017 at 2:55 am

    Trump will probably end up as the best American President ever, but we will see.

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  21. Gri Court Posted on February 9, 2017 at 11:05 am

    Honestly NATO has been a JOKE so far!…

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  22. Gri Court Posted on February 9, 2017 at 11:09 am

    It is a true sacrifice President Trump is committing to because the oligarchy will stop at NOTHING to undermine him personally (also with the bought media) and his administration.

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  23. Jerry Quarry Posted on February 9, 2017 at 12:40 pm

    he is the man…thank you god for giving us a fighting chance..God Bless President Trump.

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  24. Adam Obronski Posted on February 9, 2017 at 8:59 pm

    Mr Trump, please, free us from the communist European Union. Please, help Europe

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  25. Bodvarson Posted on February 9, 2017 at 10:50 pm

    I think the UK is great! We kick their ass and yet they still want to be friends!

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  26. Franky Lopez Posted on February 10, 2017 at 2:05 pm

    I thought he hated NATO… what a flip-flopping liar

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  27. navyclock Posted on February 10, 2017 at 8:17 pm

    God bless President Trump making America safe and Great Again. We love our president 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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  28. Cancer2024 Posted on February 12, 2017 at 12:19 pm

    how the fuck did the press spinn this into a mistake from Trump

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  29. Ray Bullmore Posted on February 13, 2017 at 1:35 pm

    As Trump says.. USA is a strong nation and must work together. I am Canadian, so we are the USA biggest partner in everything. Trump is the President of the USA. Like it or not, it cannot change our friendships and freedom.

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  30. isaac sound waves Posted on February 13, 2017 at 6:51 pm

    death to isis and north korea and iran

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  31. isaac sound waves Posted on February 13, 2017 at 6:53 pm

    Donald trump is a great powerful president of the United States of America 👍👍👍👍

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  32. Sloan the Great Posted on February 14, 2017 at 3:58 am

    American soldiers should wear white wigs like pres.gorge Washington back in the 1700s with the red and white coats and blue buttons representing the U.S.A now that would be dope. Now get this info to Trump no matter what you have to do.

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  33. Sloan the Great Posted on February 14, 2017 at 4:00 am

    Trump make our troops look like British soldiers cause 1700s style looked and still would look dope on our soldiers. p.s minus the muskets.

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  34. Sloan the Great Posted on February 14, 2017 at 4:03 am

    Trump the real Bruce Wayne.

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  35. Corrina Pett Posted on February 14, 2017 at 5:35 am

    Unelected Prime Minister does not represent citizens of the UK. The public didn't elect her. She is just a lapdog for Trump. Teresa the appeaser. She does not represent our interests. What a joke!

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  36. Gareth Malone Posted on February 14, 2017 at 10:19 pm

    The new Reagan and Thatcher 🙂

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  37. M .S Posted on February 15, 2017 at 12:40 pm

    日本の英語教育を強化しようと思うなら、その教材にはメイ首相のスピーチが一押しだ。惚れ惚れするほど美しい!

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  38. cekalova c Posted on February 15, 2017 at 4:53 pm

    British and American accent 😀 British is certainly more POSH! American sounds like cowboys from Texas ;p

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  39. Kevin is Nice Posted on February 19, 2017 at 3:53 pm

    Trump loves working.

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  40. Eagle 4 Posted on February 19, 2017 at 5:17 pm

    As a British man who voted leave, I thought this was great!

    We ought to stick together cousins! 😛

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  41. Bill Boze Posted on February 24, 2017 at 7:04 pm

    glad to see the real words of the leaders instead of some biased media talking heads

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  42. Bill Boze Posted on February 24, 2017 at 7:06 pm

    by the way the bbc reporter was very negative. i wonder why the pm called on her ? not very good way to establish initial relations between the 2 leaders. trump handled it well.

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  43. Liam Sholder Posted on March 1, 2017 at 9:34 pm

    proud to stand by the UNITED STATES AMERICA WHAT AN AMAZING COUNTY IT IS #USAUK 🍻🍻 ❤❤

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  44. Kenny Baker Posted on March 11, 2017 at 3:24 am

    15:00 I dunno, kinda cute…

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  45. Steven Markoll Posted on March 24, 2017 at 3:31 am

    Gotta love Trump !!!

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  46. FBI Posted on March 25, 2017 at 2:32 pm

    God bless the UK and The US

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  47. klsar1 Posted on April 9, 2017 at 1:26 pm

    Theresa May has fake Brit accent. Nigel Farage should have been the PM.

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  48. SunSpun Posted on April 14, 2017 at 11:24 pm

    cant stand theseliberal biased ahole press members

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  49. Scott Cammell Posted on July 29, 2017 at 9:22 am

    how can donald be called sir by an american press still no respect for another country like the movie ofr north korea fucken yankies

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  50. Scott Cammell Posted on July 29, 2017 at 9:25 am

    who is president defending the us against when they are the country who have started every war and death of kings and royalty to raise the flag of the nazi the germany hate them and kicked them out and now america harvest terroist

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  51. Scott Cammell Posted on July 29, 2017 at 9:29 am

    was it scott cammell who killed lady die anna or the adelaide high end fashion grue who rode up on his red scooter because lady die was involved in ammunition or motor rollor LADY DIE SAID NEVER BY A MOTOR ROLLOR PORODUCT BECAUSE THEY SUPPORT LAND MINES or the A22 or air force 1 or the book

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  52. Scott Cammell Posted on July 29, 2017 at 9:30 am

    or is this another water gater or jfk

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  53. Scott Cammell Posted on July 29, 2017 at 9:31 am

    maddaim or a dame or the catholic

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  54. Scott Cammell Posted on July 29, 2017 at 9:56 am

    at ;east the first laady of englangland gets a long a pitty about the first lady of poland

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  55. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 11:24 am

    is this guy as good as the beatles 90 million because of my hate for england and france o call mu self polland and pateroic and hate abobs and blacks

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  56. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 11:39 am

    what about the east and russia amd sudia their cathyolic why pick on scot and used his name all want is to ride nthe half pipe in wistler but his fucken dad saids no join the arfr and become an electrivan fuck how i hate tradional people i just want to be free and travel

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  57. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 11:41 am

    what abouy the french i think their aroigant and cunts i hate paris and dubi

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  58. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 12:03 pm

    he talks about motr toucher on mosslims and the common wealth countys whay happened to lady die anna she was able yo keep her titile as a lady and hated reporters and if you lisyen carefully he talkd as an englishman and hides what trump pence id about what was the beatles about and why would country in the 60 have a problrm with jfk and abby lane is he englidh or french or fatboy dlim are you fucken english i stand up for the queen and every day im in tears and abouy to loose anoyjrt house fuck is he the appertice and why are the puns in england getting shuy down and am i the only onr who calls him self the penec polish english why are you hamond or sas or the concord new yoek the paris and london why am i in so much pain i try to drive to wotk and end up in tears in agony qhaty was mottor rollar about and rollex fuck and shane ware why is the queen of engalnd a burden on the tax paters and since then donalad air force one and why is their are eioys carnt u seen why the germans are big bussenesd whu iraq a22 boring

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  59. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 12:05 pm

    c the premier legue how many t shirts do yjeu sell hiyler tiver is in adelaide and the book hammond loves h

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  60. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 12:08 pm

    have you cunts wva looked up air force one and why did harry go to the usa are you a marine why dieseal and why motor rollor and land mines and vergin air lines ot britsh or are you english

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  61. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 12:13 pm

    ices was ment to funcec by via mosslim havenet just been around since the 50 what eva hap[pened to shindlar lsit and why was americar sold out to usa billion airs do you know how many people in the usa are starving and riyhe ouy healyh care he is a billion ait and makes everyone pay why he doesnt pay tax and has a russian nride and uswes my name and the pence

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  62. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 12:15 pm

    if u love the mezican people then wats wiyh the wall you nwere going to build and the mexicans to pay for iy

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  63. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 12:18 pm

    what about all the oyjer deficets when obarham was president there was at least 13 trilliopn dept how do ypou aforrid to build all there new planes boats fund nasa and lower health care do yoi just print money

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  64. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 12:22 pm

    what abouy goddafi he was a mistake ? or cuba ? or chins you started war on england vietnam russia iraqy afaganastain china and notyj koprea where do you get your funds fom and pe3ople

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  65. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 12:24 pm

    are you saying america fucked up all the years before and now you did deals with paul and built pine gab and have industry like hitler and he pope said sex sell thank christ fior the stone massions

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  66. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 12:29 pm

    even when you were doing deals with paul keating in yout speach you hate the notyj and china and asain countrys and hated lady die but back mottor rollor and land mines and love the press did you grow up with out a mothe3r

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  67. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 12:33 pm

    was it the briysh who dropped yhe bomb on japan was it who that sent the austrailan army to galiop;iy was iy donald doing geals in the 80 for the gulf wars lady die anns death veiyna, what can i say im good at bussies and kept the russians out with pine gap and love china and greg

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  68. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 3:46 pm

    is the trump pence english or dutch

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  69. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 3:57 pm

    is this the apperenyice your fired or john denvor good bye england rose i carny wait to see the adelaide decyive who did a doco on the crash and the french police were to blame what is it were all the terro acts in france one of the prime ministerd bsnd the the catholic cross from schools but still re yerror acts has this got anything to do with the german king that lived in a hotel and did his bussines in a tent out the front or the concord and why the cold war or tenamine squre and china uni stydents or air force one and still so much luggage

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  70. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 3:59 pm

    or north korea or the hundered lease after the us doppedd anoyjer bomb on china or the book or that fat bunt pluten or that

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  71. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 4:03 pm

    natio is that the blue flag back by the french or is that the eu like the ministry sound guy

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  72. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 4:07 pm

    can any one eles c why his lawer had to meet in pairs due to lack of memoey loss im paro and dont know were the line is

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  73. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 4:08 pm

    there some heat put on this speacdh

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  74. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 4:12 pm

    water boardin godafi and a ex cia telling another agent to torcher a mosslim and yelling at him what flag do you fly

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  75. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 4:18 pm

    inhached light and sound and sleep deperation paint ball guns lazzers ketimne or spitting in a drink or spitting on a finger or high frequenzys or being able to turn any electric motor it total because it has a magnetic feild it like hol;ding a camera to a tv that the camera is plugged into or holding a gutar to an amp or a cia agente standeding at the end of a ferry and in so much pain from all the steal and hand rails what is water boarding

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  76. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 4:19 pm

    how is that the case

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  77. Scott Cammell Posted on August 11, 2017 at 4:29 pm

    how can mexico be an important ali donald was going to build a wall a chage the mexicans for it

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  78. Dennis Flo Posted on September 27, 2017 at 7:28 am

    In 1776 there was no special relationship

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  79. Scott Cammell Posted on October 22, 2017 at 12:40 pm

    does anyone know what happened to the post card murder that killed his family and sent post cards to the police because the mike ran abraged about attending a poiice ball but he uses my name and he is premier

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  80. erghjkm vbnmlp Posted on November 30, 2017 at 3:03 pm

    Trump Blasts Theresa the Appeaser: ‘Don’t focus on me, focus on the destructive Radical Islamic Terrorism in the UK’
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/11/29/trump-tells-uk-pm-critics-focus-on-radical-islamic-terrorism/
    by Neil Munro 29 Nov 2017

    President Donald Trump answered critics — including U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May — of his November 29 tweets on Islamic attacks with another tweet urging them to focus on “Radical Islamic Terrorism.”

    [email protected]_May, don’t focus on me, focus on the destructive Radical Islamic Terrorism that is taking place within the United Kingdom. We are doing just fine!

    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 30, 2017

    He was responding to the uproar in the United Kingdom following his retweet of three tweets from the “Britain First” group, which is a considered extreme in the United Kingdom.

    A spokesman for the prime minister said the group spreads “hateful narratives which peddle lies and stoke tensions.”

    The first video showed a Muslim youth being thrown to his death by Islamic activists during 2013 anti-government rioting in Cairo, Egypt. The rioting took place after the military removed Egypt’s Islamic government, which was controlled by the Egypt-based Muslim Brotherhood. The alleged murderer, Mahmoud Ramadan, was hanged in 2015.

    VIDEO: Islamist mob pushes teenage boy off roof and beats him to death! pic.twitter.com/XxtlxNNSiP

    — Jayda Fransen (@JaydaBF) November 29, 2017

    A second video shows a Muslim destroying a Christian statue deemed by Muslims to be a false idol. Islamic law considers Allah to be the only deity and it bars worship of deceased people. That rule applies to people who are regarded as famous Muslims, including Mary, mother of Jesus, who Muslims say was a prophet before the final prophet, Muhammad.

    The video ends with the statue-smashing Muslim calling for “Takbir,” or an affirmation of Islamic faith. He gets the orthodox response, “Allahu Akbar,” meaning “Allah is greater [than your God],” which also means that Allah is the single deity supreme over all others, including Mary, the mother of Jesus.

    VIDEO: Muslim Destroys a Statue of Virgin Mary! pic.twitter.com/qhkrfQrtjV

    — Jayda Fransen (@JaydaBF) November 29, 2017

    The remaining video is widely described as a fake. It shows a Dutch youth — not a Muslim — attacking another Dutch youth. “The perpetrator was not a Muslim, let alone a migrant, but simply a Dutchman,” said a translated statement on the website which published the video.

    In the United States, critics slammed Trump for giving the group visibility, but largely ignored Trump’s criticism of intolerant Islam.

    Trump’s criticism of Islamic ideas — such as the Islamic claim to supremacy over other religions — was applauded by observers, including Robert Spencer, the author of several best-selling books on Islam and also the operator of the JihadWatch website:

    [President Ronald] Reagan had the courage to say to [Soviet leader Mikhail] Gorbachev ‘Tear down this [Berlin] Wall!’ when no-one else dared to challenge the Soviet Union, and Trump is behaving in the same manner… [This] could change the conversation and would bring out in the open the oppression we are not allowed to speak to… [Now] we’re stigmatized and demonized as ‘Islamophobes’ for talking about it.

    Under the tenures of Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, official policies treated Islamic terrorism as an aberration of Islam, but not part of Islam.

    ISIS Islamic militants riding a Soviet-built BMP personnel carrier in Iraq.

    A church in Iraq smashed up by Islamic militants in ISIS.

    Islamic militants prepare to murder their enemies.

    Four militant Muslims from Bangladesh, shortly before they murdered diners at a restaurant.

    ISIS militants executing a gay man in Fallujah by throwing him off a building.
    Jihadi John

    Three Islamic believers, including at least one born in Britain, shortly before they murdered their victims

    ISIS militants prepared to incinerate an enemy pilot.
    AP Photo

    People hold a minute of silence in a square in central Manchester, England, Thursday, May 25, 2017, for the victims of the suicide attack at an Ariana Grande concert that left more than 20 people dead and many more injured, as it ended on Monday night at the Manchester Arena. (Ben Birchall/PA via AP)

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  81. Scott Cammell Posted on December 16, 2017 at 3:36 am

    and isnt there 110 billion trade deficit with china too

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  82. Gabriel Rodriguez Posted on December 26, 2017 at 2:24 am

    This Hispanic loves Trump and May. I was homeless under Obama so I understand that The UK went through before Brexit. May God continue our 2 awesome countries for years to come.

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  83. Scott Cammell Posted on January 1, 2018 at 4:34 am

    and why wouldnt britten be free is because of motor rollor or tax

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  84. Scott Cammell Posted on January 4, 2018 at 10:04 pm

    ow old is england as a country that donald is telling the pm that youll have your own identity and telling her that she will be able to have the people she wants in her country and be able to make free trade deals americar have been around for about 150 to 200 years i think england is slightly older americans orignated from england?

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  85. Cringeycrisp Posted on January 17, 2018 at 8:14 pm

    Can't stand May

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  86. Ram Dayal Yadav Posted on January 22, 2018 at 6:35 pm

    Mr Trump is best president of America

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  87. larry15154 Posted on February 7, 2018 at 11:22 pm

    The Tesla Roadster that launched Tuesday on the first test flight of SpaceX's powerful Falcon Heavy rocket is heading farther into space than expected.

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  88. xVSupremacy Posted on April 23, 2018 at 5:53 pm

    Donald Trumps mother was born in Stornoway but she also lived in the Hebrides and mainland Scotland at the time of the Hebridean Revival.

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  89. Adrian stevens Posted on April 23, 2018 at 6:00 pm

    This shames Britain, that’s ok I’m Welsh

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  90. laura murphy Posted on April 27, 2018 at 3:50 pm

    Well said Mr President we support you

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  91. Renasterea Geto-Dacilor Posted on June 13, 2018 at 4:28 pm

    Successful America Britania

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  92. THE REAL VINCENT GRIFFIN Posted on December 11, 2018 at 10:40 pm

    She will be gone by 2019 and Donald will still be The President she is not even liked by her own Party anymore.lol.😂

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  93. Milton Bargman Posted on March 10, 2019 at 3:23 pm

    Wow! I’m proud of my ancestors my late grandfather 👴 from Scotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Mr. Reed. I honor both of honorable presidents ♥️🇬🇧+ 🇺🇸♥️

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  94. Free - Knight TV Mario Frey-Ritter Posted on April 14, 2019 at 8:46 am

    There is now the EXIT of the BREXIT sorry you have to make your Contracts with Brussels in Belgia you damn MORON in the White House. You fucked up so many times. Twitter Pope Orangeface you such a narcissistic peace of Crap.

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  95. Tomas Martinez Posted on April 18, 2019 at 11:54 pm

    Great speech !

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  96. Jovica Bozovic Posted on May 9, 2019 at 2:24 pm

    Velikoj Britaniji je mjesto u EU.👍👍👍

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  97. morisale Posted on May 20, 2019 at 5:07 pm

    You build in China you sell in China, traitors.

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  98. morisale Posted on May 20, 2019 at 5:10 pm

    Real President represent his people. Tiger.

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  99. morisale Posted on May 20, 2019 at 5:12 pm

    You finally got a real President, Yankees, thanks Almighty.

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