Theresa May: 'We risk ending up with no Brexit at all'

Trump May hold talks amid firestorm over Brexit

The U.S. president later said he hoped for a great trade deal with Britain after Brexit.

The warning comes after key cabinet members David Davis, the Brexit secretary, and foreign secretary Boris Johnson quit over the proposed deal she presented during an away day at her country house, Chequers, last Friday.

Former Brexit minister Steve Baker, who quit over the Chequers plan along with Boris Johnson and Mr Davis, said Mrs May's proposal was the work of an "establishment elite" bent on thwarting the European Union referendum vote.

Mr Trump shook his head, pointed his finger and looked down at his shoes after being he asked if he regrets what he has said while sitting alongside Theresa May and posing for photographs at Chequers, the official residence of the PM.

According to The Sun, Trump said May not only ignored the advice he gave her on Brexit, but has gone "the opposite way", leading to "very unfortunate results". She said: "Don't worry, it's only the press"."HIGHEST LEVEL OF SPECIAL " May, likewise, glossed over the comments in the Sun, saying her deal provided a platform for an ambitious free trade deal". "If we don't, we risk ending up with no Brexit at all", she said.

"We need to see the deal and really, what we said on this is, how can you possibly close down your options when you've not actually even seen the deal completed in Europe".

Theresa May has warned Tory rebels seeking to wreck her blueprint to leave the European Union that they could be left with "no Brexit at all" unless they fall into line.

One day after the United States charged 12 Russian military intelligence officers with hacking into Democratic campaign and state election operations in 2016, President Donald Trump suggested the Obama administration was responsible.

"I really do think the prime minister has to act very quickly on this".

Standing next to the Prime Minister at a press conference at Chequers, the President shifted his stance from that in The Sun's world exclusive interview where he warned a softer Brexit would "probably kill" a USA trade deal.

Calling on MPs from both sides of the Brexit debate to vote against the plan, the former Labour leader said: "It is not making the best of a bad job".

"She is an incredible woman. doing a fantastic job", Trump said.

"This is our six metre (19-foot) high inflatable of the president of United States as an orange skinned, angry baby with tiny, tiny hands and a constipated, malevolent expression on his face", said "Trump babysitter" Leo Murray.

The protesters came out with banners and placards displaying interesting anti-Trump slogans.

"We have this stupidity going on, pure stupidity, but it makes it very hard to do something with Russia because, anything you do, it's like: "Russia, oh he loves Russia", Trump said at the press conference before news of the indictment.

'We'll make everything possible if the president wants to do something, ' he added.

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