Trump May Sabotage U.K. Trade Deal If Not Invited To Royal Wedding

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"He doesn't like being snubbed and wants to be the center of attention all the time," according to author Michael Wolff.

As Michael Wolff makes his rounds discussing his book "Fire and Fury", more details emerge regarding White House operations, President Donald Trump's habits, and insider conversations.

In one such revelation during an interview with the Daily Mail, Wolff indicates the president might intentionally damage a potential trade deal with the U.K. if he is not invited to the royal wedding of Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle.

"He doesn't like being snubbed and wants to be the center of attention all the time," Wolff said during the interview.

"Trump's foreign policy doctrine is simple: you Brits suck up to him and enlist in whatever geopolitical fantasy he has going, he'll give you what you want — though only if it doesn't hurt him. It is not so much vengeance, rather 'you flatter me and I'll flatter you.' "Wolff said Trump will "value the Brits" if they give him what he wants.

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