President Donald Trump again falsely claimed on Friday that he predicted the Brexit vote results ahead of the referendum during a visit to his Turnberry golf course in Scotland in 2016.
"Well, if you remember, I was opening Turnberry the day before Brexit," Trump said, "and I said, 'What's going on?' And all they wanted to talk about was Brexit and they asked for my opinion and I think you will agree that I said I think Brexit will happen. And it did happen. And then we cut the ribbon."
What Trump actually said: The then-presumptive Republican nominee hailed the UK's shock decision to "reassert control over their own politics, borders and economy" the day after Brexit, calling the decision of the voters "a great thing."
"They're angry over borders, they're angry over people coming into the country and taking over. Nobody even knows who they are," he said. "They're angry about many, many things. They took back control of their country."