US President Donald Trump has said he could “work with anyone” in No 10 – nine days in front of a general political decision.
Talking on a three-day visit to the UK, Mr Trump said he would “avoid the political decision”, that he was a “devotee of Brexit” and he thought PM Boris Johnson was “entirely fit”.
Mr Trump is in the UK for a Nato summit being held in Watford on Wednesday.
He will go to a gathering facilitated by the Queen at Buckingham Palace later, where fights are normal.
The US president was talking during a morning meal meeting with Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the US minister’s habitation in London.
During a question and answer session Mr Trump additionally stated:
The US needed “literally nothing to do with” the NHS, when inquired as to whether it would frame any piece of future exchange talks. He included: “Never at any point pondered it, genuinely.”
He himself was “an exceptionally simple individual to work with”
The US was “attempting to work something out” with the group of young person Harry Dunn
French President Emmanuel Macron was “ill bred” for proposing Nato was “mind dead”
The US president’s remarks came minutes after he told correspondents that he was avoiding the political race on 12 December “since I would prefer not to entangle it”.
President Trump is visiting the UK to go to a Nato summit recognizing the 70th commemoration of the transoceanic association.
Scotland Yard has said street terminations will be set up in focal London during the summit.
He is expected to have separate converses with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron.