World waiting for President Trump in Davos debut

26 January, 2018, 02:44 | Author: Katrina Soto
  • Theresa May to attack encrypted messaging app Telegram in Davos speech

Several attendees of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland are planning to walk out of President Donald Trump's speech at the summit on Friday afternoon, in protest of his recent reported remarks about countries whose citizens he deems undesirable immigrants.

Mrs May still nodded firmly as the billionaire leader branded their fall out "a false rumour".

Donald Trump has dismissed "false rumours" of a fallout with Theresa May, saying that he is "on the same wavelength" with the United Kingdom prime minister in "every respect".

"Some people don't necessarily believe that but I can tell you I have tremendous respect for the prime minister and the job she's doing".

Britain's prime minister said that social media companies have a responsibility to use their "best brains" to develop new ways of automatically removing extreme content and false information from their servers.

"We're on the same wavelength in, I think, every respect", he added.

"We think that shutting ourselves off, isolating ourselves, will not lead us into a good future".

"It's been great to see you", she said, "as you said, we had a great discussion today".

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May said that while progress had been made since her government called for greater action from technology companies to remove extremist content a year ago, the companies still need to "step up" to their responsibilities.'These companies simply can not stand by while their platforms are used to facilitate child abuse, modern slavery or the spreading of terrorist and extremist content, 'she said.

'And I just want to thank you very much - it is a great honor to be here'. "As you complete your first year in office, I need to state that I anticipate proceeding with our awesome, huge companionship in the years ahead, and I need to express the valuation for the general population of Israel to you".

Trump's comments follow a public spat past year, when May criticised the president for retweeting a video by the far-right group Britain First.

May and Trump's relationship appeared to sour after Trump retweeted the far-right Britain First and then admonished the prime minister for not focusing on "terrorism".

A spokesman for the British prime minister said in November that it was "wrong" for Trump to have broadcast the footage to his 43 million Twitter followers. A poll previous year found that 4% - roughly 2.5 million people - of Britain's population would protest a state visit by Trump. "We have the same ideals and there's nothing that would happen to you that we wouldn't be there to fight for you".

Trump said the USA what's more, Britain are "joined at the hip" on military issues and told May "nothing would transpire that we won't be there to battle for you".

"We will talk about it".

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