Midhurst meeting Last night in Midhurst offered the residents of the Chichester constituency a chance to gain three very different considered, informative and, at times, entertaining perspectives on why Britain...
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The UK is “doing great” following its vote to leave the EU, US President-elect Donald Trump has said.
In his first UK interview – with former Justice Secretary Michael Gove for the Times – Mr Trump said he thought the UK was “so smart in getting out”.
Mr Trump promised a quick trade deal between the US and the UK after he takes office on Friday.
He also criticised “obsolete” Nato and German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s immigration policies.
Outgoing US President Barack Obama said in April last year that the UK would be “at the back of the queue” if it quit the EU. And Mr Gove – a prominent Leave campaigner during last year’s referendum – asked Mr Trump whether the UK was now “at the front of the queue” for a trade deal with the US following the Brexit vote.
“I think you’re doing great,” Mr Trump said. “I think it’s going great.”
“Trump said Brexit is going to happen, and it happened. Everybody thought I was crazy,” the president-elect continued. “Obama said, ‘They’ll go to the back of the line,’ and then he had to retract his statement.”
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