President Donald Trump on Thursday sharply criticized Britain's handling of negotiations over leaving the European Union, saying the talks have been bungled and that the debate was dividing the country.
"The president, who described Brexit as a" attractive, lovely thing" during a visit to Scotland in June 2016, said the UK's divorce from the European Union is "tearing apart" Britain and other member states which he believes is "a shame". I gave the Prime Minister my ideas on how to negotiate it and I think you would have been successful.
"I'd like to see that whole situation with Brexit work out", Trump added.
On the prospect of another referendum, he said: "I don't think another vote would be possible because it would be very unfair to the people that won".
But he insisted: "We are going to have a very strong border very soon", and he praised law enforcement officers catching "thousands of illegal aliens a month".
"Greater trade between us reinforces a comprehensive alliance that goes far beyond the economic, providing for our national security and bringing prosperity to our people", Fox said in a statement in response to Trump's tweet.
Mr Trump was asked if he was still a Brexit supporter.
"And it's a shame that it has to be that way, but I think we will stay right in our lane".
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Today the Taoiseach will leave Washington and travel to Chicago to meet emigrant support groups.
"I regret that Brexit is happening and the United Kingdom was a really important part of the European Union".
"We shouldn't have a hard border or anything to disrupt the peace process", said Varadkar. "But I think it could have been negotiated in a different manner".
For Irish leaders, even a modern figure such as the young, gay, mixed-race Varadkar, the event reinforces historical bonds that translate to tourism, business partnerships and other boons of shared history and language.
Mr Pence, who describes himself as a Christian and a conservative, extended an invitation to the couple during a meeting with Mr Varadkar a year ago.
Mr Pence made the comments at a breakfast meeting with Mr Varadkar and his partner at the vice-president's residence in the capital.
"They were very well briefed", Varadkar said of his meeting with Pence and his wife.
At the traditional shamrock presentation at the White House on Thursday evening, Mr Varadkar praised Mr Trump's ambitions to "make America Great Again".