Trump had a row with May on the phone on his way to Paris

The British Prime Minister called the American leader to congratulate on the results of the midterm elections, but he responded by “scolding” her for the insufficient efforts of London to contain Tehran.

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US President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May had an intense telephone conversation during which the American leader expressed dissatisfaction with the head of the British government over London’s position on Iran. This is reported by The Washington Post, citing sources.

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It is reported that May called on a Trump aircraft during the flight from the United States to Paris to congratulate on the results of the midterm elections. However, the head of the United States, according to sources, in response began to “scold” the British prime minister for London’s insufficient efforts to contain Tehran.

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As the newspaper notes, he also began to ask May about Breksit, and then complained about the unfair, as he believes, America’s trade agreements with European countries.

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