The president was quoted as saying: "If they do a deal like that, we would be dealing with the European Union instead of dealing with the United Kingdom, so it will probably kill the deal".
He said: "Well it wasn't my blimp or my balloon, but we have in our city and our country, as indeed does the U.S., a rich history of the right to protest, the right of free speech and the right to express our views and the idea that we would curtail these rights because it may cause offence... actually what you saw on Friday was peaceful protest and done in a safe way".
"He believes in a world of democratic nation-states cooperating with each other, not globalist structures like the European Union", Farage said.
"The main thing is they have to have the right to do it so that's the only thing I told Theresa you have to have the right to do it".
Dismissing the suggestion that the action made her look submissive, she said: "What you notice is that whenever he takes me down a slope or stairs and he did it up the stairs at Blenheim Palace, he takes my hand to help in going up the steps". But Trump tried to make it up to May on Friday, repeating over and over that she was a "tough negotiator", - a high form of praise from the author of "The Art of the Deal".
In a controversial interview with The Sun, Trump had questioned the White Paper and said he believed Johnson would make a great Prime Minister.
More than 1000 emergency calls following England's defeat to Croatia
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Israel launches air strikes on three Syria military facilities
Israel worries Assad could let his Iranian allies entrench there or that Syrian forces may defy a 1974 Golan demilitarisation. The army said it will "not allow any violation of Israeli airspace and will act against any attempt to hurt our civilians".
Trump Expected to Unveil Supreme Court Nominee Monday Night
Whoever the President chooses, the nominee is expected to go through hearings set up by Congress in the coming days and/or weeks. After about 30 minutes, some of the protesters, including Brooklyn City Councilman Jumaane Williams, were arrested.
- Queen, 92, has "lotta years left" - Trump met May at the prime minister's Chequers country retreat for talks on Friday before meeting Queen Elizabeth for tea at Windsor Castle.
The Daily Mirror says that Mr Trump has "sparked fury" after posing in former Prime Minister Winston Churchill's armchair.
Instead, Trump scorched her policy towards the European Union divorce in an interview with The Sun newspaper that shocked Britain's political establishment. "We're going into negotiations - but interestingly - what the president also said at the press conference was 'Don't walk away'. As he said in his interview with The Sun she "is a very good person" and he 'never said anything bad about her, '" the White House responded. It means we have got benefits out of this deal.
This morning, Mr Marr asked what the option Trump had referred to was.
"We could have said "Let's stay where we are and see what happens" and risk actually ending up with a chaotic leaving which I don't think is in people's interests".