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"Donald Trump cast Britain’s decision to leave the European Union as a revolt against unfettered immigration into the West, as Thursday's vote emboldened both the billionaire’s anti-establishment bid for president and other break-away efforts across Europe.", www.foxnews.com
"Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign said Friday that Donald Trump's response to Britain's exit from the European Union and the negative impact it has had on global markets is more proof that the presumptive GOP presidential nominee is unfit to be president.", www.washingtontimes.com
"Donald Trump has described the Brexit vote as a “beautiful, beautiful thing” as he praised Boris Johnson for reading the public mood better than David Cameron and promised there would be “zero” impact on the special relationship if he becomes US president.", www.telegraph.co.uk
"AYR, Scotland (AP) — Donald Trump, in a visit to Scotland on Friday, hailed Britain's vote to leave the European Union, drawing parallels to the anger driving his own presidential campaign. The campaign leading to Thursday's stunning vote for Britain to leave the European Union shared some of the nationalist, populist themes driving Trump's campaign, including a wariness of immigration, concern about borders and skepticism of the value of multinational organizations. Trump spent most of a 15-minute speech preceding the news conference not talking about the referendum, but offering a detailed accounting of the renovations to the course. [...] Scotland, which voted against independence in 2014, may now hold another referendum on independence in hopes of staying in the EU. Trump suggested that President Barack Obama, who expressed hopes that Britain would stay in the EU, was partially responsible for the outcome, claiming that some votes were cast to spite him.", www.chron.com
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