"We talked about Brexit, something that's turning out to be a little more complex than they thought it would be", Trump said at an annual Capitol Hill luncheon for the Irish. These included seven Cabinet ministers. "But I think it could have been negotiated in a different manner, frankly".
But Mrs May left no doubt that she opposes a lengthy delay, telling MPs: "I do not think that would be the right outcome".
Senior ministers were meeting for a special political Cabinet at 10 Downing Street as debate got under way in the Commons.
The pollsters also found a "limited appetite" for a "lengthy" delay should MPs vote this evening to begin negotiations to extend Article 50, with the sample of the general population supporting of a short delay (47 per cent) over a longer delay (33 per cent).
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It added: " Facebook is down for required maintenance right now, but you should be able to get back on within a few minutes". Facebook on Wednesday evening said it is aware that some people are having trouble accessing its 'family of applications.
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Bossie said that he endorses the idea of the Mueller report being made public, "as much [of it] as humanly possible". Rather, she says, the investigations need to take their course and impeachment, if warranted, will be clear.
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He also said another vote on Brexit would be unfair, and reiterated that he would like to see a USA trade deal with the United Kingdom after it leaves the EU.
Pound Sterling rose in early London trading on Wednesday as investors awaited a vote in Britain's parliament that most expect will see the prospect of a no-deal Brexit defeated. Also, despite today's vote passing the motion to request a Brexit deadline extension, the delay is still contingent on approval from the other 27 members of the European Union.
Philip Hammond urged hard Brexiteers to consider backing Theresa May's deal when it returns to the Commons. There was no change to the usual status, that is, that the Parliament can't agree with a deal that doesn't guarantee total independence from the European Union, particularly focused on trade and the border issue in Ireland.
"I understand why they may not find the Prime Minister's deal perfectly in line with their view of the optimum future relationship", he told Sky News.