Only 14 per cent of readers have given their backing to the Chequers deal, which Mr Johnson said amounted to a betrayal of the European Union referendum vote. He went on further still, remarkably claiming that the UK's inability to influence laws as they are made means "we are truly headed for the status of colony".
"Top-level cabinet resignations usually spell trouble for a government and Boris Johnson's might well have led to a leadership challenge, but May appears to have emerged unscathed from a meeting of her party, for now", said Al Jazeera's Jonah Hill, reporting from London.
Tuesday started as a "business as usual" for May as she chaired the first meeting of her new look cabinet following her reshuffle prompted by the resignations.
The trans-Atlantic relationship has had some awkward moments since Trump's election.
Johnson said Trump appreciates the "special relationship" between the United Kingdom and USA and did not directly address whether the president will bring up the topic of Prime Minister Theresa May's increasingly tenuous position at 10 Downing Street.
Solicitor General Robert Buckland said: "She talked about Corbyn, she talked about the alternative which is delivering the country to the sort of government that I don't think people have voted for and certainly any Conservative voter would be repelled by".
He was enthusiastic about Johnson, calling him "a friend of mine".
"But it's good that the proposals are on the table - that much I can say already without going into details", Merkel said.
Johnson, a polarising figure and a former mayor of London, was a leading spokesperson for the campaign calling for Britain's departure from the European Union in advance of a June 2016 referendum.
Conservative lawmaker Michael Fallon, an ally of May, dismissed Johnson's "Brexit dream" rallying cry.
Speaking at the Institute of global and European Affairs in Dublin, Minister Coveney said there had not been a clear British negotiating position for many months. It would take 48 such letters from Conservative MPs to trigger a no-confidence vote in Theresa May as leader.
"Nor do we expect a leadership challenge".
Tánaiste Simon Coveney has said it has been a good week for the Brexit process despite the resignations that followed the publication of Theresa May's Chequers proposals.
Pro-Europeans want to retain close economic ties with the bloc and its market of 500 million people, while some Brexit supporters want a clean break to make it possible to strike new trade deals around the world.
He said Brexiteers need to accept that pursuing a hard Brexit would likely fail to clear the Commons, risk thousands of job losses and threaten peace in Northern Ireland.
Donald Trump to face many protests in his visit to Britain. Davis and Johnson initially backed the plan, before deciding they could not support it.
The question is whether the European Union will accept what some officials in Brussels see simply as an opening bid. The British government is due to publish a detailed version of the plans on Thursday.