Relations had never been more special, he said, and any criticism was "fake news". "The idea that we would park our rights and privileges and freedoms because it may cause offence to a USA president, I think people in London and the United Kingdom would find objectionable as indeed would Americans", he said.
She said they would discuss "the real opportunities" on a U.S. trade deal, as well as foreign, defence and security issues "where we work really closely together". The U.S. can not negotiate a trade deal with the United Kingdom until that date Theresa May cited, which is in 2019. "This is an incredible opportunity for our two countries and we will seize it fully".
She maintained the government's Brexit agreement, which has come under fire from supporters of a "hard Brext" "delivers" on the referendum vote. "We've got some guys that really, really love golf, and they're really invested in our programs", Dodson quoted Eric Trump as saying, according to Fortune.
Some lawmakers in her deeply divided Conservative Party have cast May's "business-friendly" Brexit plan as a betrayal that would leave Britain too close to the European Union and warned that she might face a leadership challenge.
Mr Trump used the interview with the Sun to lay into Mr Khan, who criticised the American leader as "ill-informed" over a tweet following the London Bridge attack in June 2017.
He again postponed his visit in January this year after remarking that the relocation of the United States embassy in London was a "bad deal" made by President Obama, and that he was not interested in cutting the ribbon at the opening. "I would have done it much differently".
Ms Yvette Cooper, a Labour MP and chairman of Parliament's home affairs committee, said: "Trump's appalling behaviour makes me sympathise with Theresa May".
Chelsea part ways with manager Antonio Conte
He also clashed with senior players such as Diego Costa and David Luiz while others had begun to grow tired of his methods. Conte's relationship with Chelsea's hierarchy was strained after disagreements over their transfer policy last season.
During the hour-long press conference, Trump went out of his way to praise May, and admitted he had apologised to her for The Sun's front page today. Mr. Trump said he'd offered a "suggestion" to Ms. "Of course that's coming from NBC, which is possibly worse than CNN", he said, adding that her question was "dishonest reporting".
He continued: "She said "don't worry it's only the press".
Ms May also glossed over the comments. "The real reason Trump blames my friend @SadiqKhan for the terror attacks past year is simple", he tweeted. However, under the blue skies of the Chequers' garden, he said their relationship was "the highest level of special".
In London, demonstrators began gathering for a mass protest against Trump, beginning with the flying of a huge balloon of the president depicted as a crying baby outside the Houses of Parliament.
"I guess when they put out blimps to make me feel unwelcome, (there is) no reason for me to go to London", he said. It was during that trip to Washington that she invited him to the UK. Friday, the two held more talks on more issues.
"I would much rather have her as my friend than my enemy, that I can tell you", he told reporters during a news conference with Ms.