A WORRIED Theresa May phoned her husband to tell him she was snapped holding hands with Donald Trump, a BBC documentary has revealed.
Aides revealed that she wanted to let her hubbie know she’d got “stuck” with the US President when on a visit to Washington 2017.
It was said at the time the President may have had a phobia of stairs.
In an upcoming BBC documentary, Trump Takes on the World, Mrs May’s joint chief of staff Fiona McLeod Hill said: “He held her hand going through the colonnades, which took us all by surprise, and as it turns out, took Theresa by surprise.
“She couldn’t really take her hand back, so she was stuck…
“And the first thing she said [afterwards] was ‘I need to call Philip just to let him know that I’ve been holding hands with another man before it hits the media’.” She also revealed that President Trump became furious with his staff when he was told President Putin called but wasn’t put through to the White House.
Ms Hill added: “Trump at this point looks not orange but red. He flipped.
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“He said: ‘You’re telling me that Vladimir Putin called the White House and you’re only telling me now during this lunch?… Vladimir Putin is the only man in the world who can destroy the United States and I didn’t take his call’.”
Trump Takes on the World airs on BBC 2 on Wednesday night.
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