Donald Trump’s advice to Theresa May on Brexit: sue the European Union

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Asked if she could trust anything Mr Trump says, the Prime Minister said: "I sit down with the President of the U.S. and we come to agreements and put those into place".

Trump later revoked everything he said to the Sun and said that a trade deal would be "absolutely possible".

The plans have angered many Brexit supporters and have seen the resignation of two prominent Cabinet ministers.

Trump told journalists on Friday at a joint news conference with May that he had given the British premier an advice that she found too "brutal". "The prize is leaving the European Union in a way that's in our national interests", adding that she would see off any leadership challenge as she's "in this for the long term".

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We want to keep our journalism open and accessible and be able to keep providing you with news and analyses from the frontlines of Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World. Airbus warned last month that it could start pulling out of Britain but Mrs May will claim proposals for a "common rule book" with the European Union secure industries, such as aerospace, with complex supply chains.

But Mrs May says she rejected the move because she is determined to negotiate a deal with Brussels.

Mrs May revealed the USA president's advice on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show on Sunday.

May's comments comes at a politically perilous moment for the prime minister, who is facing calls for a confidence vote over her leadership of the Conservative party, The Guardian commented.

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"I would have done it much differently", he told the Sun.

Pro-Brexit lawmakers are expected to use a debate on Monday on customs legislation to try to force her to harden up her Brexit plan, while a debate on trade on Tuesday will see pro-EU lawmakers push for even closer ties with the bloc.

The prime minister smiled, and indicated she had disregarded the advice, saying "actually we're going into negotiations with them", in remarks will be interpreted as a put-down of the president.

Steve Baker, a senior lawmaker who served as a deputy to Mr Davis in the Brexit ministry before resigning with his boss, said May had presided over a "cloak and dagger" plot to undermine Brexit.

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She added: "We need to be properly in or properly out - it's time for people to have their say". They feel like this doesn't give Britain the clean break that they voted for.

Davis, who quit as Brexit Secretary, used a Sunday Times article to accuse May of making an "astonishingly dishonest claim" that Brexiteers had not come up with an alternative to her plan.

"Perhaps we ought to have realised earlier on that a Remainer would stick with Remain".

"It does appear to me that there has been a year's worth of cloak and dagger to land us into the Chequers position", he told The Sunday Telegraph.

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