UK will vote to leave EU over migration concerns, Trump says

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March 24, 2016 08:25

 
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US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said he thought Britain would vote to leave the European Union in June because of concerns about migration.

"With the craziness that is going on with the migration, with people pouring in all over the place, I think that Britain will end up separating from the EU, that's my opinion," Trump said in an interview with ITV television which was broadcast on Thursday.

Britain is due to hold an in-out referendum on its membership of the EU on June 23.

ITV showed the first excerpts of its interview with Trump on Wednesday.


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