Theresa May rebuked Donald Trump and insisted Britain could strike trade agreements outside the European Union as she launched a nationwide tour on Tuesday to whip up support for the contested Brexit divorce deal.
But in a huge show of support to the British Prime Minister, Mr Varadkar warned Sinn Féin should consider resigning ahead of the vote in the House of Commons if they can not take up their seats because of their abstention policy.
"I don't think the prime minister meant that", Trump said of the limits the 585-page exit document would put on the UK's ability to reach a trade pact with the US.
"We don't want to give the wrong impression to people whether they are passionate Remainers or passionate Brexiteers that there is another deal could command the support of 28 members states, there is not".
Dismissing the prime minister's deal as "damaging to the Scottish people and therefore unacceptable to the Scottish government", Sturgeon said on Tuesday that the SNP would support whichever of two alternatives could command a cross-party majority.
The groundwork for an "ambitious" agreement with the United States has been laid in five meetings of joint working groups, the spokesman said.
Ahead of the prime minister's visit to Scotland, the United Kingdom government said the deal reached in Brussels on Sunday creates a free trade area for goods with no tariffs, fees or charges - which it says is the first agreement of its kind between an advanced economy and the EU.
However, May faces a hard task getting parliamentary approval for the deal.
In a statement to Parliament on Monday, May will warn that rejection would send Britain "back to square one" with just four months to go until the country leaves the EU.
In fact, it is members of parliament, not voters across the nation, who will cast the "meaningful vote".
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The TV clash is set to take place on the same night as the I'm a Celebrity final - just days before MPs vote on whether to accept or reject the European Union agreement.
May returns to a mutinous parliament after sealing the agreement with European Union leaders at a summit in Brussels, where both sides insisted the divorce deal was the best and only option available. "There should not be a second referendum", she added.
"Because no-one knows what would happen if this deal doesn't pass".
Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel hailed the deal as a "piece of diplomatic art" but admitted that it left her with sadness.
British Prime Minister Theresa May (L) leaves 10 Downing Street following a cabinet meeting in London, Britain, on November 26, 2018.
Mrs May is facing calls today to reveal the date she will quit as PM as part of plans to try and force her agreement through Parliament.
Former May loyalist Michael Fallon said the government was asking parliament to "take a huge gamble" and "surrendering our (EU) vote and our veto without any firm commitment to frictionless trade". "But regardless of how it will all end, one thing is certain: we will remain friends until the end of days, and one day longer".
But Downing Street sources said they were not aware of the Prime Minister seeking to speak to Labour MPs thought to be considering backing her deal.
The House of Commons will vote on the withdrawal agreement and the political declaration on Dec.11.