I’m too numb. I collapse forward, limp, but my handcuffed arms prevent me from falling over. After a moment I regain consciousness, but my vision begins to blur. Brazen Donald Trump claims he and Theresa May are ‘never more united’ after sparking furious backlash over her Brexit planLanding at Chequers, the billionaire brazenly claimed he’d “probably never developed a better relationship” with Theresa May as a serving UK minister declared “where are your manners, Mr President?”Get the biggest politics stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailBrazen Donald Trump today claimed he was “never more united” with Theresa May after he sparked a furious backlash by trashing her plans for Brexit .The billionaire landed at Chequers as a serving UK minister declared “where are your manners, Mr President?” over his explosive comments on his UK visit.The President’s remarks were also branded “wholly outrageous” by Sir Simon Fraser, the former chief civil servant at the Foreign Office.Today Trump and May came face to face at a private visit to Special Forces at the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst.They then travelled to Chequers where they were holding talks on Brexit, trade, Russia and the Middle East, followed by a blockbuster press conference.Despite throwing a hand grenade into Brexit, Donald Trump today insisted he and Theresa May had “probably never developed a better relationship” than during last night’s dinner at Blenheim Palace.And the Prime Minister rolled her eyes as she was asked about the President’s explosive interview with The Sun.Donald Trump deals crushing Brexit blow to Theresa May by declaring her plan will ‘kill’ a US trade dealDonald Trump UK visit LIVE: US President and Theresa May show united front at Chequers despite billionaire’s Brexit attackAsked about his relationship with May as he arrived at Chequers, Trump said “it’s never been more united”. He added: “The relationship is very, very strong, we really have a very good relationship.”He was also overheard telling May “it’s nice to see you again”.Speaking as she sat next to Mr Trump ahead of their talks, Mrs May said: “We have got a lot to discuss. We are going to be discussing the special relationship, which is great, between the UK and US.”We are going to be discussing the real opportunities we have got to have this trade deal coming up when we leave the European Union.Moment Theresa May ROLLS her eyes when reporter asks about Donald Trump’s brutal slapdown over Brexit”And of course we will discuss foreign policy and defence and security issues, where we work really closely together with the US.”Mrs May said Mr Trump had done “a very good job” at Nato’s Brussels summit in encouraging other member states to up their military spending.Mr Trump added: “It was a very, very productive two days, and we arrived here last night.”We had a dinner where I think we probably never developed a better relationship than last night.