Donald Trump bluntly snubbed a plea from Theresa May to be told his plans for the Iran nuclear deal.
The Prime Minister asked for details of the US president's intentions over the controversial agreement when they held talks in New York last night.
But Mr Trump rejected the request.
The awkward exchange was revealed by US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson as he spoke to journalists overnight.
According to US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, the Prime Minister asked for details of the US president's intentions over the Iran deal when they held talks in New York last night - but Mr Trump rejected the request
Donald Trump, pictured at the UN on Tuesday, launched a furious attack on the Iranians during his fiery speech to the UN general Assembly
Mr Trump attacked the Iranian regime during his explosive address to the UN General Assembly yesterday, threatening to tear up the nuclear deal struck between the two powers.
He branded the deal - which saw the Iranians agree to forfeit much of their ability to enrich uranium in return to an end to economic sanctions - an 'embarrassment' and 'one of the worst and most