Donald Trump is locked in important talks with Theresa May at Chequers on the second day of his UK visit.
As part of his four day tour, the pair will join Jeremy Hunt to discuss Brexit, Russia, trade and the Middle East.
Speaking at Chequers, Trump said he and May had “probably never developed a better relationship” than during last night’s dinner at Blenheim Palace.
The US president and First Lady Melania Trump will later have tea with the Queen at Windsor Castle.
They will then head to Prestwick, Scotland, this evening where they will be greeted by David Mundell, the Secretary of State there.
This comes after mass protests followed him around yesterday, as Trump slammed the PM's 'soft Brexit' and said it "will probably kill" a trade deal with the US.
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