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Donald Trump Says Theresa May Should've Taken His Advice Over Brexit, Says UK Shouldn't Have New Vote

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Donald Trump Says Theresa May Should've Taken His Advice Over Brexit, Says UK Shouldn't Have New Vote

Donald Trump Says Theresa May Should've Taken His Advice Over Brexit, Says UK Shouldn't Have New Vote

Trump says a second Brexit vote was unlikely and that British Prime Minister Theresa May should have taken his advice on negotiations.

"You would have been successful," Trump told Prime Minister of Ireland Leo Varadkar.

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