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TURMOIL THERESA: President Trump says May is in ‘Turmoil’ and backs Brexiteer Boris

DONALD Trump set a Winter Hillian fire on British Prime Minister Theresa May’s front lawn.

Trump, who is hugely popular among right-wing populists described her weak and unstable Government that has been besieged by resignations and infighting as ‘In Turmoil.’ and claimed he could get along better with Vladimir Putin.

He then said he could get along better with Vladimir Putin. “So I have Nato, I have the UK – which is in somewhat turmoil. And I have Putin. Frankly, Putin may be the easiest of all.” – Said Trump.

Then, to spread the flames the widely popular populist President backed her arch-rival who resigned yesterday and said: ““I get along with her very well, I have very good relationship.”

Trump added: “Boris Johnson’s a friend of mine. He’s been very, very nice to me, very supportive.”

He said he may speak to Boris when he arrives in the UK on Friday saying: “I [may] well speak to him when I get over there. I like Boris Johnson, I’ve always liked him.”

Theresa May has now been given a taste of her own Medicine, from Britain First, to the EU, to trade policy and to his tough Immigration stance, May has repeatedly attacked Britain’s greatest ally.

Now the shoe is on the other foot, Mrs May is being given a taste of Trumpian revenge, just as she’s at her weakest.

It’s no surprise to any working-class Brexiteer, that the President of the United States speaks more for them and their concerns, than the unelected, unliked and squatting Prime Minister.

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