Trump tells Piers Morgan about his chat with "incredible" queen

U.S. President Donald Trump walks with Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May prior to a joint press conference at Chequers near Aylesbury Britain

She also said her Brexit plan would end free movement of people and the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice in the UK. "If we don't, we risk ending up with no Brexit at all", she wrote in an article in the Mail on Sunday newspaper, using the colloquial term for the British exit.

Trump chastised May for ignoring his advice on Brexit and not making a credible threat to walk away from talks.

Trump plays golf in Scotland on Sunday. "Well.I can't talk, y'know I've heard very strongly from a lot of people, you just don't talk about that conversation with the Queen, right?"

A White Paper published on Thursday fleshed out details of her plan, which advocates close links with the European Union on trade in goods, but not services.

"It means we deliver on the Northern Ireland border".

"We agreed we need to bring Baby Trump to Bedminster", the fundraising page says, referring to the location of the Trump National Golf Club, where the president and his family often spend weekends in the summer.

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Ms Greening, who represents the London seat of Putney, is the most high-profile MP to back a second referendum. I think we're going to have a great trade deal.

At the news conference, Trump, without revealing what he had advised May, said that she had seemed to regard his suggestion as too "brutal".

"She is an incredible woman, she is so sharp, she is so attractive and when I say handsome, inside and out that's a lovely woman". However, May quickly added that the president had urged her not to leave the bargaining table.

"It can not be the breaking up of our precious United Kingdom with a border down the Irish Sea. Tomorrow I go to Helsinki for a meeting with Vladimir Putin", he said in a message on Twitter.

Her appeal didn't convince prominent Conservative lawmaker Jacob Rees-Mogg, who accused May of only half-heartedly supporting Brexit.

"He's Back", the paper said on its front page on Monday.

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"It would have been more straightforward to admit that no real Brexit was the intention all along rather than trying to gull Brexiteers".

He described her as a "Remainer who has remained a Remainer".

"An establishment elite who never accepted the fundamental right of the public to choose democratically their institutions are working towards overturning them".

And Remainers say taking the United Kingdom out of the customs union won't work either. "Not go into negotiations - sue them".

It followed last week's resignations of Mr Johnson, Mr Davis and others including Brexit minister Steve Baker and party vice-chairs Ben Bradley and Maria Caulfield. He also continued criticisms of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation that he began at the start of his Europe trip, saying other nations in the alliance weren't spending enough money on national defense.

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