President Donald Trump has suggested he would have taken a different, "tougher" approach to that of United Kingdom. He told the BBC: 'I think what I say to all my colleagues is the Conservative family - left, right and centre, because we're a broad church - needs to come together in a spirit of mutual respect, there are differences in any broad church, and look at what the bigger picture is showing'. "I would have had a different attitude", he said, according to the Mail. He repeated his stance in Davos, Switzerland, when sitting down with British journalist Piers Morgan for an interview aired on Sunday, Xinhua news agency reported.
Trump's "America First" slogan was snubbed by worldwide politicians and business leaders as they gathered in the Swiss ski resort for the annual World Economic Forum. Despite Washington and London have recently faced disagreements on a number of issues, during the talks the parties reiterated commitment to partnership.
"As you know you're are somewhat restricted because of Brexit, but when that restriction is up we're going to be your great trading partner", he said.More news: It was gross - Tiger Woods reflects on wild driving display
In excerpts released earlier by ITV, the president apologised for retweeting videos made by a British far-right group and said he looked forward to visiting Britain, where he has been invited to make a state visit hosted by Queen Elizabeth II.
Some British politicians have said another referendum should be held on whether to leave the European Union once the terms of departure and likely future relationship between Britain and the economic bloc are known.
Trump and May have sparring publicly during the a year ago over counterterrorism strategies and intelligence leaks. To keep Britain's terms of trade unchanged during the period, they will be based on the existing structure of European Union rules and regulations, the letter said.
May was similarly glowing in her praise of what she called a "really special relationship between the U.K. and the United States".More news: Chris Johnson's Forecast | Snow chances on deck for the Commonwealth
"This year's Captains of Industry report may not make comfortable reading for the government, with business confidence in economic policy at its lowest level since 2010 and two-thirds of business leaders not feeling confident in the ability of the government to negotiate a good Brexit deal", said Ipsos Mori's chief executive Ben Page.
"Well, I still hope they're happy", Mr Trump responded.
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"Would I go back in?"