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U.S. President Trump would like to see Brexit worked out

  • Would like to see Brexit worked out, wants a trade deal with the UK
  • Does not think another vote on Brexit would be possible because it would be unfair
  • Prime Minister May didn't listen to his suggestions on how to negotiate Brexit
  • Brexit is very complex, tearing a lot of countries apart
  • EU has been very tough to deal with
  • Trump also threatened to put tariffs on EU cars


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