Brandis tells southern colleagues to unite after Trump threat to leave EU Copyright by KOIN – All rights reserved President Donald Trump said Wednesday that if Britain leaves the European Union, he will consider quitting the U

Brandis tells southern colleagues to unite after Trump threat to leave EU Copyright by KOIN – All rights reserved President Donald Trump said Wednesday that if Britain leaves the European Union, he will consider quitting the U.S.-based European Union. (KOIN 6 News via Getty Images) [ + – ] Video

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NEW YORK (KOIN 6) — It appears there’s a new Donald Trump on the horizon.

President Donald Trump told the British government Wednesday that if it leaves the European Union, he will consider leaving.

In a speech at a rally in바둑이 사이트 Long Island on Wednesday, Trump c실시간 카지노riticized British Prime Minister Theresa May for saying her country will not leave the European Union unless the United Kingdom offers a “fair trade deal.”

But the president went beyond that to say, “I’d say I like people to see the border between this country and the rest of the world. That border is what binds us together. We need to be careful not to hurt the people living there, but if we’re going to go in and cut jobs from here to Canada, because our people can’t compete with the people from Canada. And I would very much like to help the people of that country if we could. So we can look forward to it. But we’re not going to be around long. We’re going to lose trade opportunities if we leave.”

While the “unfair free trade deals” label seemed like an incendiary phrase, it actually referred to the proposed trade deal known as NAFTA. This is the largest trade deal ever proposed in a single country, and has been dubbed “the worst trade deal ever put to bed.”

Trump has vowed to undo all existing deals. The British government has said in the past that it would like to create one속초출장마사지 속초출장샵 trade agreement, the Association Agreement, with Canada, Mexico, the United States and China.

Trump has told the White House that it would not be fair to the United Kingdom because the country was the U.S. before the EU joined the bloc in 1998. Now, the United Kingdom stands as the world’s ninth-largest economy and ranks 20th.