Last night Mr Trump touched down in Scotland en route to his golf course at Turnberry for the private leg of his visit.
As the president, 72, and First lady Melania Trump, 48, have been making their rounds in the United Kingdom, meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May, 61, among other scheduled events, angry protesters have descended upon London.
On Friday he will be given a demonstration of the UK's military capabilities and integrated UK-US military training before travelling to Chequers for "substantive bilateral talks", to include foreign policy issues including Russian Federation, trade, Brexit, and the Middle East.
The remarks were in stark contrast to Mr Trump's comments in The Sun on Thursday, which were published as Mrs May entertained him at a lavish banquet.
Asked about that interview, Trump said he did not criticize the prime minister and heaped praise on her.
As Britain prepares to leave the European Union on March 29, 2019, supporters of Brexit have made much of the so-called special relationship with the United States and the benefits of forging closer trade ties with the world's biggest economy.
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May's office said it would not comment on The Sun article during a greeting when Trump met May at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst to review a military exercise.
"I think she found it maybe too brutal because I could see that - I don't know if you remember what I said", he told journalists "I gave her a suggestion, not advice, I wouldn't want to give her advice, I'd give her a suggestion".
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"You can't walk away but you can do other things".
"We agreed today that as the UK leaves the European Union we will pursue an ambitious US-UK free trade agreement", she said.
"But at times where we think the other side is not meeting the high standards we expect of each other we shouldn't be afraid of calling them out - that's like having a best mate".
"I would have done it much differently", Trump said. "It was not the deal that was in the referendum", Trump said.
He also referenced immigration into Europe, saying: "I think what has happened to Europe is a shame". I think she's a terrific woman, and I think she's doing a terrific job.
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar on Friday described the British government's white paper on Brexit as an evolution of its position, but not a solution.