In a newspaper interview published just hours before holding talks with May, Trump said her Brexit strategy would "kill" any chance of a trade deal and said she had not listened to his advice on how to negotiate with the EU.
Sterling fell half a percent to a 1 1/2-week low of $1.3131, partly on Trump's comments in the newspaper interview.
Our Brexit Insider Facebook group is the best place for up-to-date news and analysis about Britain's departure from the European Union, direct from Business Insider's political reporters. It would see Britain follow European Union rules on goods to protect cross-border trade and avoid checks on the Irish frontier, while enabling it to control migration and sign new non-EU trade deals, including in services. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Brexit Secretary David Davis both quit the government this week in protest.
"I don't know what you're going to do but whatever you're going to do is ok with us, just make sure you can trade with us", he said.
He didn't elaborate. He said that May is "doing a terrific job".
"I would have done it much differently".
Trump also said that former Foreign Secretary Johnson - who disagrees with May on Brexit and resigned this week - would make a "great prime minister", adding: "I think he's got what it takes".
One of the organisers behind "Baby Trump", Kevin Smith, said it was devised by a group of friends who got together in a pub.
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Japan, with the world's third-largest economy, spends an even smaller share of its GDP on defense than Germany, 0.9 percent. Most nations are reluctant to commit major portions of their GDP annually to buying these pricey USA arms, however.
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Interestingly, older people are more likely to think Mr Trump was wrong to express his opinions on Brexit, but young people are more likely to think that Britain would be unwise to trust him in trade negotiations. "I have a lot of respect for the prime minister. He obviously likes me and says very good things about me", he added.
"I was very saddened to see he was leaving government and I hope he goes back in at some point". Scottish police, however, said that the balloon could not fly over the Turnberry golf club Trump owns on the west coast of the country.
President Donald Trump nearly never apologizes, which makes his comment that he had tried to apologize to Theresa May, albeit without admitting he did anything wrong and wrapped in a shot at the press, so interesting.
A giant balloon depicting Donald Trump as a baby has been launched in London as the president wakes for his first full day in the British capital. "But when they make you feel unwelcome, why would I stay there?"
Trump's pomp-filled visit to the United Kingdom was overshadowed by an explosive interview in which he blasted May, his host, blamed London's mayor for terror attacks against the city and argued that Europe was "losing its culture" because of immigration. I haven't been there in a long time. "I think they agree with me on immigration".
In contrast to the president's sharp words, Trump's first event in England was an oasis of warm greetings at an evening reception Thursday at Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Winston Churchill, the larger-than-life British leader cited by the president as a model of leadership. Trump said he did not realize the positive comments were in the article. Look at what is going on in London.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan defended his decision to give permission for the blimp to be flown, saying it was not for him to be a censor or to decide what is in good or bad taste.
His bombshell in the printed media can only have left Mrs May deeply apprehensive about what the President might say when standing alongside her in front of the world's TV cameras following their talks at Chequers on Friday.