Guardian - Live Reporting: Reports in its 6.51pm post the following, " So, can act presidential. After a week that has seen multiple instances of Trump outraging Washington norms, he managed to get through a press conference lasting about 20-odd minutes sounding measured and reasonably diplomatic. He stressed that he was willing to defer to his defence secretary, James Mattis, on the subject of torture (Mattis doesn’t think it works, even though Trump does), he insisted that he wanted good relations with Mexico and he played down the prospect of an early lifting of Russian sanctions. "
Lets Get Real:
For the Guardian this is praise for President Trump, let's be honest the elite media hate Trump, they are the official opposition for Trump, the BBC question was what you would expect from the BBC/Guardian type, a long question with negatives towards Trump and managed to bring up abortion in the US, in what way was that a concern for the UK watcher. Overall the President showed he was moderate and could be diplomatic, another good day for Trump. On the British side the President was a firm supporter of Brexit, and thus we should get a good deal out of the Oval Office.