The former foreign secretary quit on Monday in protest of the prime minister's approach to Brexit. He replied: "Yes. We will make everything possible - if the President wants to do something we will make it possible".
After he was invited previous year, more than 1.86 million people signed a petition saying Trump should not be given a state visit because it could embarrass the queen and thousands of police will also be on duty with large protests expected.
Earlier tens of thousands of protesters gathered in central London to denounce the visit for stoking "division along fault lines of fear and hatred".
It was "a positive thing for the UK" if Mr Trump had a good relationship with Mr Johnson, whose successor Jeremy Hunt was looking forward to building equally good relations with his U.S. counterparts, the spokesman said. "If you actually look at the timeline between Eurodollar's slide and sterling's slide, the two are very much going hand-in-hand", said Alan Ruskin, global head of currency strategy at Deutsche Bank.
Asked if May should remain in power, Trump said "that's up to the people".
"I think he thinks I'm doing a great job".
Mr Trump told reporters: "He's been very nice to me".
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In an interview with the Sun, Mr Trump said he would have carried out the Brexit negotiations "much differently" and claimed the Prime Minister did not listen to his advice. "We're extremely confident in the ability of the United Kingdom to plough through this issue with Brexit and move on", he said.
The Daily Telegraph has said that Mr Johnson is to resume his weekly column for the newspaper, which he gave up when he became foreign secretary in 2016.
"Boris Johnson has been a friend of the President, was a friend during the election of the President so I think he has a warm and close relationship with him".
Mrs May said it was "all of our responsibility to ensure that transatlantic unity endures".
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said he did not feel Britain should be "rolling out the red carpet" to Mr Trump. He dislikes everything I believe in and believes in everyone I dislike!
"But personally, I don't think we should have been rolling out the red carpet for Donald Trump".
Mrs Trump, 48, joined Philip May, 60, at the Royal Hospital Chelsea in London where she met Chelsea pensioners and local children.