Donald Trump recently took time out of his busy schedule between watching Fox News and Tweeting mean things to famous black people to offer British Prime Minister Theresa May some unsolicited advice regarding her country’s complex Brexit negotiations.

“Would it be the way I negotiate? No, I wouldn’t negotiate it the way it’s (being) negotiated… I would have had a different attitude,” he says in an ITV interview.

He says: “I would have said that the European Union is not cracked up to what it’s supposed to be.”

Great Britain is in the process of separating from the European Union by March of 2019. The complexity of these negotiations has May’s cabinet deeply divided over the best approach for breaking away from the 28-nation EU block leaving progress to move at snail’s pace.
Trump grumbled about EU Trade policy:

“We cannot get our product in,” he said. “It’s very, very tough. And yet, they send their product to us — no taxes, very little taxes.”

He warned that his issues with the EU “may morph into something very big” with regards to trade.

Trump’s crude and ignorant political advice shouldn’t surprise anyone, especially coming from someone who refers to himself as a “very stable genius.” By now, most Americans have learned (the hard way) that there’s absolutely no substance behind Trump’s policy positions aside from what polls well with his base. He’s devoid of any substantive defense of his positions, let alone the intellectual curiosity required to at least give a damn about learning what he should know about public policy.

Meanwhile, Fox News continues to spoon feed his brain dead followers new “deep state” conspiracies and made up Trump “accomplishments,” keeping these poor ignorant fools in something akin to a medically-induced coma. As for the British Prime Minister, she would do well to take Trump’s advice for what it’s worth, which means she should flush it from her thoughts as quickly as possible before it kills any more brain cells.