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US NewsDonald Trump Says Second Brexit Referendum Would Be 'Unfair'

17:35  14 march  2019
17:35  14 march  2019 Source:   huffingtonpost.co.uk

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Donald Trump Says Second Brexit Referendum Would Be 'Unfair' © ASSOCIATED PRESS

Donald Trump has said he does not think a second Brexit referendum would be possible as it would be “unfair”.

According to the Reuters news agency, the US president said on Thursday he was surprised how badly the UK’s negotiations with the EU have gone.

And he said Theresa May did not listen to his advice on how to conduct the talks.

Trump was speaking as he met with Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar in the White House.

The president told Varadkar “I’m not sure anybody knows” what was happening with Brexit. Earlier today, Trump said he “looks forward to negotiating a large scale trade deal” with the UK as the “potential is unlimited”. He said the EU had been “very tough to deal with” in trade talks.

Donald Trump Says Second Brexit Referendum Would Be 'Unfair' © Getty US President Donald Trump shakes hands with Ireland's Prime Minister Leo Varadkar (L)

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