The UK’s “wacky” represetative to the US is “an exceptionally inept person” Donald Trump has stated, in the midst of a column over spilled messages.

This came in the wake of Downing Street reaffirmed its “full help” for Sir Kim Darroch.

On Sunday messages uncovered the diplomat had called the Trump organization “awkward and incompetent”.

Sir Kim will now never again meet the president’s little girl Ivanka Trump as booked on Tuesday, the BBC has been told.

Mr Trump tweeted: “The wacky Ambassador that the U.K. foisted upon the United States isn’t somebody we are excited with, a dumb person.

“He ought to address his nation, and Prime Minister May, about their fizzled Brexit exchange, and not be annoyed with my analysis of how seriously it was dealt with.

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“I advised @theresa_may how to do that bargain, yet she went her very own absurd way-was not able complete it. A catastrophe!

“I don’t have the foggiest idea about the Ambassador yet have been told he is a pretentious trick. Disclose to him the USA presently has the best Economy and Military anyplace in the World, by far…and they are both just getting greater, better and stronger…Thank you, Mr. President!”

Number 10 recently called the release “shocking” and has started a formal examination. It said the UK despite everything us shared a “unique and suffering” relationship.

Sir Kim was planned to visit the White House close by International Trade Secretary Liam Fox on Tuesday, however won’t presently be visiting, the BBC’s Nick Bryant says.

Private messages from the UK’s diplomat, spilled to the Mail on Sunday, contained a series of reactions of Mr Trump and his organization, and said the White House was “remarkably useless” and partitioned under his administration.

Sir Kim, who progressed toward becoming diplomat to the US in January 2016 about a year prior to Mr Trump got down to business, addressed whether this White House “will ever look able” yet in addition cautioned that the US president ought not be discounted.

The messages, dating from 2017, said gossipy tidbits about “infighting and turmoil” in the White House were for the most part obvious and arrangement on touchy issues, for example, Iran was “disjointed, turbulent”.

Talking on Monday following Mr Trump’s underlying remarks on the spilled messages, Downing Street said the head administrator did not concur with Sir Kim’s evaluation but rather had “full confidence” in him.

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