The UK is in "turmoil" and "it is up to the people" whether Theresa May stays as prime minister, Donald Trump has said ahead of his first visit to the country as US President. Mr Trump told reporters before leaving Washington there were "a lot of things going on" in the UK at the moment.
He said he got on well with Mrs May and had "always liked" Boris Johnson, who quit as foreign secretary on Monday. Mr Trump arrives on Thursday after attending the Nato summit.
The US President is set to arrive in the UK on the same day as the government publishes its White Paper setting out in more detail Mrs May's controversial offer to the EU on future relations after Brexit.
Both Mr Johnson and former Brexit Secretary David Davis, who has also quit, have expressed fears it will tie the UK too closely to the EU and make it harder to do trade deals with countries like the US.
The US President has previously expressed sympathy for Brexit and said he wanted to do a quick trade deal with the UK once it leaves the EU - which is due to take place on 29 March, 2019.