The ambassador said that while a meeting was not now on Mr Trump's itinerary "the President makes his own schedule", the day after the American leader said he may make time to meet his "friend" the former foreign secretary.
Asked on BBC radio about Trump's comments ahead of his trip to Britain, he said: "There's always turmoil in every country but no, no, I think the United Kingdom is proceeding as it always does".
With the arrival of the new head of the British foreign office to replace Boris Johnson, the rhetoric of London will be more diplomatic, but the foreign policy in relation to the European Union and in worldwide relations, remains the same.
The former Lib Dem leader Sir Nick Clegg said Mr Trump's latest actions had motivated him to join the march.
"He's been very, very nice to me, very supportive".
"Boris Johnson is a friend of mine".
The meeting took place in the wake of an explosive newspaper interview in which he said the Prime Minister's Brexit plans would kill off a trade deal with America and Boris Johnson would be a "great prime minister".
Johnson, the face of Brexit for many British voters, said in his resignation letter that May was proposing a "semi-Brexit".
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At the end of the meeting, the two leaders watched the World Cup semi-final which is being hosted by Russian Federation . During the weekly cabinet on Sunday, Netanyahu said he will fly to Moscow for an "important meeting" with Putin.
A security fence is seen near the US ambassador's residence, ahead of the USA presidential visit, in Regents Park, London, Britain July 11, 2018.
"Brexit should be about opportunity and hope", Johnson said in his letter to May on Monday.
Trump's victory in the 2016 presidential election shocked British diplomats in Washington and relations between May and Trump have been strained at times.
Trump is expected to face major protests during his trip to Britain, including a giant inflatable image of him as a crying baby to be flown near parliament on Friday.
"She was the first foreign dignitary to visit the US when he became president".
Ahead of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels, the president told reporters: "He has been very, very nice to me, very supportive".
The New Zealand dollar gained against the British pound in local trading after the resignation of chief Brexit negotiator David Davis reignited uncertainty over Prime Minister Theresa May's grip on the Conservative Party. "That's certainly up to the people, not up to me".
"Donald Thump!" read the tabloid's front-page headline after the president told reporters that Britain was "in somewhat turmoil" and that the summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin may be the "easiest" part of his European trip.