The Queen greeted Mr Trump and the first lady as their motorcade arrived at Windsor Castle.
He added: "I would have done it much differently".
"I actually told Theresa May how to do it, but she didn't listen to me". "The Chequers agreement reached last week provides the platform for Donald and me to pursue an ambitious deal that works for both countries right across our economies".
Speaking to CNBC Thursday, Drew Liquerman, the chairman of Republicans Overseas said: "Some of these protests are quite embarrassing and cringeworthy, specifically the balloon".
In an incendiary interview, warned that her Brexit plan would "kill the deal" between the USA and Britain on trade. His interview likewise came after May recently announced a path forward on Brexit that met criticism from members of her own government, including Boris Johnson, who resigned as foreign secretary on Monday.
"Prime Minister as I just said she's going to make a decision as to what she's going to do", he said. "It is for him to explain why he thinks I'm responsible for immigration into Europe or the United Kingdom". During the interview, Trump also praised former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and criticized London Mayor Sadiq Khan, London's first-ever Muslim mayor, one of the most prominent Muslim politicians in Europe. And I said tremendous things. "Now he might not like the current president, but I represent the United States". "She's a total professional, because when I saw her this morning I said, 'I want to apologize, because I said such good things about you"'.
Trump blamed the city's woes on immigration, and said it was a "shame" Europe was letting in so many migrants.
Ms Thornberry added: 'I don't trust her to stand up for our country when it comes to President Trump.
"Take a look at the terrorism that is taking place", Trump said.
President Donald Trump once again falsely claimed he "predicted" Brexit.
"The reason I felt it was going to happen was because of immigration".
So what did he say today?
In the interview, Trump was especially critical of May's handing of the UK's upcoming exit from the European Union.
At the news conference, Trump brought up the interview, and sought to clarify that Johnson would indeed be a good prime minister - but May is too.
"This is what people need to be doing - to come together in their communities to organize and work out how to stand against right-wing populism and xenophobia that we're seeing not just in the USA but in Europe", organizer Kevin Smith told The Associated Press.
He maintained that border security is a national security problem and that "they have to stop terrorists crossing borders".
"If Liam Fox can play golf he should leg it to Scotland tonight - if he can't salvage a trade deal with the President then the white paper isn't worth salvaging", he said. We follow the day's events in pictures.