By Alison Little, UK Express
The US President warned the UK would be “at the back of the queue” for a trade deal with America if it quit Brussels.
But his threat provoked outrage and scorn from pro-Brexit campaigners, who dismissed it as yet another scaremongering ploy from the pro-EU lobby.
Brexit hypocrite: Remember when Obama accused Netanyahu of meddling in America’s affairs?
By Larry O'Connor, Hot Air
As President Obama stirs controversy across the Atlantic by threatening Great Britain if the British people vote to divorce themselves from the European Union, it’s instructive to look back at the president’s reaction when a foreign leader came here to America to voice his concerns over one of his policies.
Alan Dershowitz: Obama meddles in Brexit but shuns Netanyahu when he speaks up about Iran
At a joint press conference Friday with Britain Prime Minister David Cameron, President Obama defended his intrusion into British politics in taking sides on the controversial and divisive Brexit debate.
In an op-ed, Obama came down squarely on the side of Britain remaining in the European Union – a decision I tend to agree with on its merits. But he was much criticized by the British media and British politicians for intruding into a debate about the future of Europe and Britain’s role in it.