As Great Britain moves closer to leaving the European Union, other EU leaders warn Prime Minister Theresa May about developing too close of a diplomatic relationship with American President Donald Trump.
EU leaders have used a summit meeting to raise an ‘alarm call’ over Donald Trump and warn the Prime Minister over her relationship with the US President.
Speaking as they arrived for the gathering in Malta, they raised significant concerns over the President’s controversial policies and called for ‘EU solidarity’ in response to his criticism of Europe.
French President Francois Hollande warned European countries which lean towards Mr Trump ‘that there is no future with Trump if it is not a common position’.
Theresa May was attempting to use the summit to persuade her European counterparts to increase defence spending to meet NATO limits, following her meeting with the President last month.