Watch: Trump and Theresa May talk to the media in London as Brexit fight rages

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President Donald Trump and U.K. Prime Minster Theresa May were slated Tuesday to hold a joint press conference in London.

The presser came three days before May was set to resign as the U.K.'s prime minister Friday, after a tumultuous three years trying to follow through on Britain's 2016 Brexit vote to back out of the European Union.

Trump has weighed in on the Brexit debate numerous times, most recently encouraging the U.K. to walk away from negotiations with the E.U. if they can't get a "fair deal." 

Trump's second visit to Britain began with a note of controversy Monday, when the president sent a blistering tweet criticizing London Mayor Sadiq Khan as a "stone cold loser" just before Air Force One touched down at Stansted Airport. That was followed by a banquet at Buckingham Palace with Queen Elizabeth II and other royal officials.

On Wednesday, Trump is scheduled to travel to Normandy, France, to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings during World War II.

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