"Could he have said anything worse?" one Twitter user asked.
"We have a President of the United States whose "style of learning" doesn't include reading. We are officially an idiocracy," one Twitter user said.
British farmers counting the cost of 4,300 unfilled vacancies and vegetables rotting in the fields as Brexit worries bite.
Nick Clegg has called on MPs to force a constitutional crisis in order to halt Brexit, accusing the "muppets" in Theresa May's government of destroying the UK's reputation.
Why are liberals so reluctant to defend their freedoms?
Turkey continues its crackdown on opponents with its incursion into Syria, detaining dozens of pro-Kurdish party leaders and leftist politicians.
Chief EU negotiator Michel Barnier has warned the UK that a transition deal "is not a given" if disagreements over the transition deal cannot be resolved.
California State Assemblymember Garcia has been accused of harassing the man during an annual softball game.
A Cambodian woman who threw a shoe at a billboard depicting Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has been arrested after being repatriated from Thailand.
US vice-president briefly meets Kim Yong-nam at reception in South Korea before Winter Olympics opening ceremony.
Institute for Direct Democracy in Europe loses legal fight to restore access to suspended EU cash.
Theresa May tries to break year-old deadlock between DUP and Sinn Fein over stalled Stormont government.
Brussels has drafted a document that stipulates Northern Ireland will effectively remain in the single market and custom unions.
Experts reportedly claim that Beijing's mid-course anti-missile system can shoot down missiles from North Korea and India.
Former Trump administration staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman opened up about her time in the White House during an episode of Celebrity Big Brother. She said: 'It's so bad.'
He made his fortune in strawberry farming and the millionaire's populist style has been compared to that of Donald Trump.
The latest poll of voting intentions shows Theresa May's Conservative Party holding a four-point lead over Jeremy Corbyn's Labour, despite Tory infighting over Brexit.
Senior EU figures do not believe the UK will be ready to leave the EU by the end of 2020 and expect a far more drawn out Brexit process.
Environmental watchdog boss Scott Pruitt overturns conventional wisdom to ask if global warming might be beneficial to humans.
Ministers have been criticised for the continued delay of a position paper on the future of UK's financial services sector after Brexit.