LONDON (Reuters) – US President Donald Trump said he intends to run for re-election in 2020 because "everyone wants us to do it" and there are no Democratic candidates who can defeat him, newspaper Mail reported. on Sunday.
Asked by British journalist Piers Morgan in an interview on Friday if he was going to run in 2020, Trump was quoted by the Mail on Sunday saying, "Well, I have every intention of doing it. It seems that everyone wants me to do it."
Trump said he did not see any Democrat who could beat him: "I do not see anyone, I know them all and I do not see anyone."
Before leaving Britain for a summit in Finland with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Trump violated the British royal protocol by publicly disclosing the details of a conversation he had with Queen Elizabeth about the complexities of Brexit.
When asked if he talked about Brexit with the monarch when they met for tea at Windsor Castle on Friday, Trump said:
"I did it. She said she is very, and right, is a very complex problem, I think nobody had any idea how complex it was going to be … Everyone thought it was going to be "Oh, it's simple, we join or not join, or let's see what happens" 19659008] US President Donald Trump pummels himself when he and First Lady Melania Trump arrive in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom on July 13, 2018. REUTERS / Kevin Lamarque
Speaking of the 92-year-old queen, Trump She was quoted as saying: "She is an amazing woman, she is so sharp, she is so beautiful, when I say beautiful, inside and out, that's a beautiful woman."
When asked if Trump felt the queen He liked it, he said: "Well, I do not want to speak for her, but I can say that I liked it." That usually helps. ho "
"Just very elegant and very beautiful, it was really something special," Trump said of the meeting. "She's so sharp, so wise, so beautiful, up close, you see she's so beautiful, she's a very special person."
During a trip to Europe, Trump harangued members of the NATO military alliance, recriminated Germany for its dependence on Russian energy and shocked Britain by publicly criticizing the Brexit strategy of Prime Minister Theresa May.
Trump then apologized to May for the furor over his outright public criticism, blaming "false news" and promising a bilateral trade agreement with Britain after leaving the European Union in March 2019.
next meeting with Putin on Monday, Trump was more sheltered.
"I think we could probably get along." Someone said, "Are they friends or enemies?" I said it's too early to say, "Trump said, as cited by the Mail on Sunday.
"At the moment I say we are competitors, but for the United States, and frankly for the United Kingdom and other places, to get along with Russia and China and all these other places … that's a good thing, that's not it's a bad thing, that's a really good thing. "
Report of Guy Faulconbridge; Edition of James Davey and Daniel Wallis