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Trump: 'Surprised at bad Brexit negotiations'

BBC News Thursday, 14 March 2019 ()
Trump: 'Surprised at bad Brexit negotiations'US President Donald Trump has been critical of how Theresa May's Brexit negotiations have taken place.
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Donald Trump has revealed how Theresa May ignored his advice on Brexit negotiations, saying he's surprised how badly it went.

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