Prime minister May, it’s been a true honour. I’ve greatly enjoyed working with you. You
are a tremendous professional and a person that loves your country dearly. He’s done a poor job. Crime is up,
a lot of problems. I don’t think he should be criticising a
representative of the United States. I think he should actually focus on his job.
He’d be a lot better if he did that. I think that he is somewhat
of a negative force. I think that people should look to do things
correctly, as opposed to criticise. So I’ve decided not to meet [with him]. I would say I would think that it will happen
and it probably should happen. I believe the prime minister’s brought it
to a very good point where something will take place
in the not-too-distant future. I think you deserve a lot of credit.
I really do. I think you deserve a lot of credit. And I seem to remember the president
suggested that I sued the European Union. Which we didn’t do, we went into negotiations
and we came out with a good deal. Yeah. It’s not such a …
I would have sued, but that’s OK. [laughter] I would have sued and settled, maybe,
but you never know. She’s probably a better
negotiator than I am. And prime minister, are you tempted to take
the president’s offer and ‘stick around for a bit’ until the trade deal is done? Nice try. But no, look, I’m
a woman of my word. So I know Boris [Johnson]. I like him,
I’ve liked him for a long time. I think he’d do a very good job. I know Jeremy [Hunt]. I think
he’d do a very good job. I don’t know Michael [Gove]. But … Would he do a good job, Jeremy? Tell me. [laughter] Thank you very much everybody. Thank you. Thank you very much.