Trump gets mixed reception during Scotland visit

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Defendants include four former Trump campaign and White House aides, three of whom have pleaded guilty and agreed to cooperate, and 13 Russians accused in a powerful social media campaign to sway USA public opinion in 2016.

Britain will have a "great deal of freedom" to negotiate a trade deal with the United States under Theresa May's Brexit plan, International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has said. Her blueprint was then criticised in a newspaper interview by U.S. President Donald Trump, a position he backtracked on during a meeting with May on Friday. The interview was "generally fine" but missed out his positive comments about May - so amounted to "fake news", he said.

Protester Leo Murray, one of the blimp's "babysitters", said: "We were inundated with messages from friends and allies in Scotland asking us to bring Trump baby up, so we really wanted to make sure that he could be a part of the fantastic spread of protests taking place over the weekend".

A small group of pro-Trump supporters waved the U.S. flag alongside the Union Jack, chanting "We want Trump" and "Trump for 2020".

Fresh from sending North Atlantic Treaty Organisation into crisis talks and ahead of a summit with Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin, Trump shocked Britain's political establishment when he criticised May's plans for ties with the European Union after Britain leaves in March.

Some lawmakers in her deeply divided Conservative Party have cast May's "business-friendly" Brexit plan as a betrayal that would leave Britain too close to the European Union and warned that she might face a leadership challenge. Trump, whom Johnson has effusively complimented, told the Sun he'd make a good prime minister.

Charlie Moffitt, a 16-year-old student who was wearing a red "Make America Great Again" cap, said: "At a time when we are leaving the European Union we need to be close to our most important ally".

It took two hours for the march to weave its way through the city on Saturday, much to the amusement of tourists and motorists, who beeped their horns in support.

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He didn't elaborate. He said that May is "doing a terrific job". She wanted to go a different route'. However, under the blue skies of the Chequers' garden, he said their relationship was "the highest level of special".

Khan previously called for Trump's working visit to the United Kingdom to be canceled, saying that "his policies go against everything we stand for". It was one of the more than 100 demonstrations planned across the country during his four-day stay. There is nothing to suggest the hard-nosed dealmaker would go easier on Britain, and he may press hard for lower tariffs and easier access for U.S. industry to Europe's second-biggest economy.

But after talks with Mrs May he claimed "tremendous things" he said about her had been left out of the Sun story.

Late previous year, May herself criticised Trump for retweeting a message by a member of a British far-right group, and the speaker of parliament has said the president would not be welcome to address the chamber. He was heralded by military bands on his arrival at the 92-year-old monarch's home where her grandson Prince Harry married US actress Meghan Markle in May.

Trump on Saturday responded by blaming the administration of former president Barack Obama for failing to act.

According to President Donald Trump, he always has the receipts.

He added: "I didn't think they put it in, but that's all right".

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