President Trump is said to have given a ‘positive’ and ‘complimentary’ speech about England as he addressed US Embassy workers within hours of his arrival in the UK. He touched down in Britain for his first official visit and has already brushed off mass protests by saying: ‘I think they like me a lot in the UK’ and caused Theresa May a major new headache over Brexit. Most people, a number of whom said they worked at the embassy in London, were tight-lipped as they left a secured area in the park near the US ambassador’s residence, where Mr Trump and his wife Melania will stay overnight. Some cited ‘job restrictions’ while another said he was wary of the press. But one woman said Mr Trump had given a ‘short speech’ which she described as ‘lovely’. Another man, who did not wish to give his name, said: ‘It was very complimentary to England and to the allies that we have, very positive.’ The US President, 72, who will meet the Prime Minister and Queen during a four-day red carpet visit, landed at Stansted Airport on Air Force One at just before 2pm and walked off hand-in-hand with First Lady Melania. Donald Trump… Read full this story
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