"He said Khan had done a awful job as mayor of London, called him a stone-cold loser, compared him to - in the opinion of the president - the very dumb and incompetent mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio".
The agenda for Trump's weeklong tour of Europe includes the World War II D-Day commemoration ceremonies on both sides of the English Channel and his first presidential visit to Ireland, which will include a stay at his coastal golf club.
He told ABC News that the president has a lot of supporters in the United Kingdom and that his previous trip to London was unfairly represented in the media.
"He is a stone cold loser who should focus on crime in London, not me", Trump continued, "Kahn [sic] reminds me very much of our very dumb and incompetent Mayor of NYC, de Blasio, who has also done a bad job - only half his height".
The Trump dynasty sat down to a glittering dinner with the British royal family in the Buckingham Palace ballroom as the United Kingdom rolled out the red carpet. The grave memorializes all soldiers from World War I who died and weren't recovered.
The U.S. president also called on Britain to leave the European Union without a deal if Brussels refused to meet its demands. "We have to show the American people that the British, the Irish and the Americans are family friends".
Well, he could've started by simply looking out the window of Air Force 1.
The U.S. president, Khan said, is part of a global threat that sows unsafe divisiveness and wins power through fear.
The President's comments came after Khan said it would be "un-British" to roll out the red carpet for Trump, and that he would boycott the visit.
Both Trump and the 93-year-old sovereign praised the common bond between Britain and the United States.
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After lunch with Queen Elizabeth II, Trump will be honored at extravagant state dinner at Buckingham Palace.
But Trump's first two years in office have been a time of strain across the Atlantic.
Britain's so-called special relationship with the United States is an enduring alliance, but some British voters see Trump as crude, volatile and opposed to their values on issues ranging from global warming to his treatment of women.
"He has definitely insulted and lashed out in ways that have been gratuitously insulting and that haven't accomplished any foreign policy objective", says Lukens, who spent three decades as a career diplomat before retiring earlier this year.
Trump's visit comes at a hard time for Britain, with Theresa May due to step down as prime minister within weeks, over her handling of Brexit. He said she had ignored his advice on Brexit and had jeopardized her country's hopes for a USA trade deal.
During the handshake Mr Trump did follow proper protocol by not offering the Queen his hand to shake but waiting instead for her to offer her hand. "He is a stone cold loser who should focus on crime in London, not me". "That's not true. Mayor Khan is 5 foot 6".
Ms Ament said the blimps were "rich" objects, shedding light on "how people protest in London". "I like him. I have always liked him".
"The bond between our nations was sealed in that great crusade", Trump said.
It was not clear if that endorsement would help or hurt Johnson's chances of becoming prime minister.