Donald trump (left), Theresa may (centre)
The US President Donald trump called on Prime Minister Theresa may and said that he would not go to the United Kingdom until, until there’s enough public support. On Sunday, June 11, the newspaper the Guardian, citing an informed source
In particular, the American leader has noticed that would not like his visit to provoke “large-scale protests.” Thus, the trip was postponed indefinitely.
The newspaper reports that Mae, who invited trump to Britain a week after his inauguration in January of 2017, was greatly surprised by his statements. While in the office of the British Prime Minister has denied the information, reports Reuters.
Published information about the conversation trump and Mae Downing street called “rumors” and recalled that the invitation to the trump received from Queen Elizabeth II, so the plans of his visit remain unchanged.
Earlier it was reported that Russian leader Vladimir Putin trump plans to meet in July at the summit of the countries “Big twenty” (G20) which will take place in Hamburg. The White house information about the presidents ‘ meeting is not confirmed.