Photo, above: US President-elect Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May. Is this another Reagan/Thatcher alliance forming?

Praising Brexit as a “great thing” and predicting that more EU members will call it quits and exit the union that has forced multi-culturalism down their throats, President-elect Donald Trump announced that he will meet with British Prime Minister Theresa May shortly after his inauguration to forge a mutually beneficial trade deal.

Trump also blamed the Muslim invasion underway in Europe as the cause of Brexit and future withdrawals from the EU.

The EU’s open border policy that has led to unchecked Muslim immigration has altered the personality and character of once-charming European nations forever, or at least until they throw off the chains of the EU and return to sanity.

“Brexit is going to end up being a great thing,” Trump said of Britain’s referendum vote last June to leave the European Union, reported The Times, via Yahoo News.

The president-elect said a trade deal with Britain would be “good for both sides”.

“Absolutely, very quickly. I’m a big fan of the UK, we’re gonna work very hard to get it done quickly and done properly,” said Trump, confirming he will meet British Prime Minister Theresa May soon after his inauguration on January 20.

His enthusiasm for a bilateral deal will be welcomed by the British government, which in recent months has been searching for possible trade partners following its planned departure from the EU.

Trump also said Brexit would likely be followed by others in the 28-country bloc deciding to leave.

“I think people want . . . their own identity, so if you ask me … I believe others will leave,” Trump said, following Britain’s June vote to leave the EU.

The president-elect blamed the referendum result on an influx of refugees to Europe, which saw more than a million people arrive during 2015.

“If they hadn’t been forced to take in all of the refugees, so many, with all the problems that it… entails, I think that you wouldn’t have a Brexit. This was the final straw that broke the camel’s back,” he said.

Trump campaigned on an anti-immigration platform during the presidential race, promising voters he would build a war on the Mexico border to stop people entering the US illegally.

Focusing on refugees in Europe, Trump said their arrival could lead to the break-up of the EU.

“I do think keeping it (the EU) together is not gonna be as easy as a lot of people think,” he said.

“And I think this, if refugees keep pouring into different parts of Europe… I think it’s gonna be very hard to keep it together because people are angry about it.”