Trump opens up in wide-ranging interview with Piers Morgan

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In an interview to be broadcast on ITV on Sunday night, Piers Morgan asked Mr Trump if Mrs May was in a "good position" in Brexit talks.

"I think a lot of people in your country like what I stand for, they respect what I stand for", he told his interviewer Piers Morgan. "I think people have to go out.and they have to win.And women are doing great, and I am happy about that".

Although some are arguing over whether this was an apology or simply a promise to apologise, many are agreeing Morgan has conducted a great interview.

Trump also pledged that the U.S. will be keen to maximise trade with Britain as soon as a two-year Brexit transition period has ended.

'I am a tremendous supporter of the United Kingdom - a tremendous supporter'.

He said in the interview: "I support her, I support a lot of what she does and I support you militarily very much".

May was the first foreign leader to visit Trump following his inauguration in January previous year, where she invited him to make a state visit to Britain, hosted by Queen Elizabeth II.

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According to Morgan, Trump said, "I think that would be, maybe, going too far". The prince and Mr. Obama have met on several occasions, and Mr. Obama gave Harry a rare interview previous year that was broadcast on the BBC. "I also think they want to feel safe at the border". I have tremendous respect for women. "I mean, if they don't, I could very nicely stay home".

Twitter users were especially struck at seeing archive image of the President's mother, Mary Trump, who had a similarly impressive bouffant.

Instead, Trump said, he wants everyone to succeed. "I'm getting tremendous support from people in the United Kingdom", he said, adding that he didn't care if some wanted him banned and he could "very nicely stay home".

The president said he does not care about those opposed to his British visit, who include London mayor Sadiq Khan and the opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, amid predictions of large protests.

Trump, after listening to the question, smirked and said: "No, I wouldn't say I'm a feminist".

"No, I wouldn't say I'm a feminist", Trump replied. "I eat really the finest - some of the finest chefs in the world". "Get out there now to celebrate the historic milestones and unprecedented economic success and wealth creation that has taken place over the last 12 months". As you can imagine, the internet trolled him like never before for that obvious statement, and that says a lot!

'They love my sense of security, they love what I'm saying about many different things.