The US President Donald trump said during a telephone conversation with Prime Minister of great Britain Teresa may that not come to her country on an official visit as long as you do not want the British themselves and do not stop mass protests.
About it writes on Sunday, June 11, leading British newspaper the Guardian.
A source at Downing street said it the statement made a few weeks earlier, surprised Theresa may, who invited trump to visit the United Kingdom a week after his inauguration.
She was the first foreign leader, who arrived on an official visit to the White house after the election trump, and gave him and his wife Melani invitation of the Queen. The office of the British Prime Minister denies this information and claims that the visit will take place in accordance with the plan.
Last week the mayor of London Sadiq Khan urged the British government to cancel a planned visit to trump in the UK.
This call was his response to a series of tweets of the President of the United States criticized the reaction of the Khan on the London terrorist attacks, «I don’t think it’s worth spreading the red carpet before the US President if his policy contradicts our principles,» said Khan in an interview with Britain’s Channel 4.
The Minister of foreign Affairs of great Britain, Boris Johnson went from a direct answer to a question of journalists of The Guardian, which tried to find out the opinion of Johnson about the upcoming visit of trump. The head of the British foreign Ministry said that the invitation already accepted, but expressed their agreement with the statements of Khan, which caused indignation of the President of the United States.
We will remind that the President of the United States Donald trump published on Monday a series of tweets in which he criticized the mayor of London Sadiq Khan and distort the meaning of the speech Khan, who said: «In the coming days on the streets of London will be enhanced police presence, and residents should not scare».
Trump commented on the words of Khan, wrote in his microblog: «We have to stop being politically correct and focus on the safety of our citizens. If we don’t become cleverer, but worse. At least seven people were killed, 48 were injured and the mayor of London said: «there is no reason to be afraid!»