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Welcome to the UK, Mr President 09:58 - Jul 12 with 5760 viewspeenemunde

The great man is coming and you are very welcome in my country Mr president. 🇺🇸 🇬🇧
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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 19:33 - Jul 12 with 796 viewsDDCH

He's the elected leader of the US and should be treated and respected as such

We should have no view on US politics, especially when half the stick he seems to be taking are the previous leaders policies

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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 19:35 - Jul 12 with 792 viewspeenemunde

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 19:32 - Jul 12 by Johnw102

Wish we had him in charge of the UK, puts his country first, wouldn't have all this Brexit bollox if he ws running it.


He would have ripped the Eu a new ar$ehole and that would have been in the first week.
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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 20:45 - Jul 12 with 740 viewsHighjack

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 19:33 - Jul 12 by DDCH

He's the elected leader of the US and should be treated and respected as such

We should have no view on US politics, especially when half the stick he seems to be taking are the previous leaders policies


It is bonkers people seem to scrutinise an American president more thoroughly than our own shower of shyte of all colours.

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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 21:01 - Jul 12 with 721 viewsHumpty

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 19:33 - Jul 12 by DDCH

He's the elected leader of the US and should be treated and respected as such

We should have no view on US politics, especially when half the stick he seems to be taking are the previous leaders policies


Which policies of the previous leader is Trump taking stick for?
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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 21:45 - Jul 12 with 669 viewsShaky

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 19:33 - Jul 12 by DDCH

He's the elected leader of the US and should be treated and respected as such

We should have no view on US politics, especially when half the stick he seems to be taking are the previous leaders policies


What is your view on Trump directly meddling in European politics?
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Trump’s Right Hand Man in Europe Rick Grenell Wants To ‘Empower’ European Conservatives;
BERLIN, Germany: Trumpian U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell has expressed great excitement over the wave of conservatism in Europe, saying he wants to “empower” leaders of the movement.
By Chris Tomlinson

Brietbart, 3 Jun 20181,014
At a sit-down interview at his official residence in Berlin with Breitbart London, Ambassador Grenell said: “There are a lot of conservatives throughout Europe who have contacted me to say they are feeling there is a resurgence going on.”
“I absolutely want to empower other conservatives throughout Europe, other leaders. I think there is a groundswell of conservative policies that are taking hold because of the failed policies of the left,” he added.

“There’s no question about that and it’s an exciting time for me. I look across the landscape and we’ve got a lot of work to do but I think the election of Donald Trump has empowered individuals and people to say that they can’t just allow the political class to determine before an election takes place, who’s going to win and who should run.”

The U.S. ambassador spoke of the small circle of political and media elites saying, “That’s a very powerful moment when you can grasp the ability to see past the group-think of a very small elitist crowd telling you you have no chance to win or you’ll never win, or they mock you early on.”

Since the presidential race in 2016, the German media has largely been united against President Trump, with some publications, like magazine Der Spiegel, going to extremes, publishing a cover featuring the president decapitating the Statue of Liberty.

The winning strategy, Grenell noted, is focusing on conservative issues that improve life for ordinary working people, the silent majority, saying the “support is massive” for candidates that can articulate “consistent conservative” policies on migration, tax cuts, and cutting red tape and bureaucracy.

Unafraid to name names, Mr Grenell expressed a deep respect and admiration for the young Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz saying, “Look, I think Sebastian Kurz is a rockstar. I’m a big fan.”

Chancellor Kurz, leader of the conservative Austrian People’s Party (ÖVP), formed a coalition with the populist Freedom Party (FPÖ) earlier this year, and has been one of the strongest advocates for securing the European Union’s external border.

Not long after the formation of the coalition, Kurz stood up to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, rejecting the controversial European Union migrant quota system.

He was also been a leading conservative on the topic of counter-Islamisation while Foreign Minister in the previous coalition government, advocating and helping to pass a ban on the full-face Islamic veil.

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2018/06/03/trumps-right-hand-man-in-europe-wants

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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 22:03 - Jul 12 with 649 viewsBrynCartwright

It'so great that the US and the UK have such a special relationship that DT has chosen to visit 17 other countries first.

A little bit of vom in my gob... whenever I see the odious pussy grabber.

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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 22:13 - Jul 12 with 633 viewsHighjack

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 22:03 - Jul 12 by BrynCartwright

It'so great that the US and the UK have such a special relationship that DT has chosen to visit 17 other countries first.

A little bit of vom in my gob... whenever I see the odious pussy grabber.


We’ve all been pussy grabbers in our time Bryn. Even Gareth Thomas.

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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 22:22 - Jul 12 with 621 viewsBrynCartwright

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 22:13 - Jul 12 by Highjack

We’ve all been pussy grabbers in our time Bryn. Even Gareth Thomas.


Oh yeah, so I have! Poop.

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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 22:24 - Jul 12 with 619 viewsBrynCartwright

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 22:13 - Jul 12 by Highjack

We’ve all been pussy grabbers in our time Bryn. Even Gareth Thomas.


Still don't like him though. He's basically this guy on acid...



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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 22:33 - Jul 12 with 608 viewsPegojack

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 19:35 - Jul 12 by peenemunde

He would have ripped the Eu a new ar$ehole and that would have been in the first week.


You live in a complete fantasy world, don't you? He would have been cowtowing to the largest economic bloc in the world, because at least the dumb feck knows which side his bread is buttered, the same as Teresa May is doing now.
[Post edited 13 Jul 7:01]
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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 22:42 - Jul 12 with 595 viewsHighjack

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 22:22 - Jul 12 by BrynCartwright

Oh yeah, so I have! Poop.


At least we had the decency to do it behind closed doors, with ladies we love and respect with full consent from all parties and not be secretly recorded bragging about it later.

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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 23:19 - Jul 12 with 573 viewsBadlands

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 15:58 - Jul 12 by peenemunde

If his name was Obama- you’d say it’s fine.
Get over it ffs.


No I wouldn't.
Mate, you need to get some perspective and humility.

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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 07:16 - Jul 13 with 487 viewsKilkennyjack

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 19:35 - Jul 12 by peenemunde

He would have ripped the Eu a new ar$ehole and that would have been in the first week.


The world is laughing at Putins useful idiot of a President.
He will end up in jail.

A dangerous vain man with child like behaviour.

Glad he is not coming to Cymru.

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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 08:12 - Jul 13 with 461 viewsLeonWasGod

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 21:01 - Jul 12 by Humpty

Which policies of the previous leader is Trump taking stick for?


Half of them
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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 08:20 - Jul 13 with 451 viewspikeypaul

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 22:03 - Jul 12 by BrynCartwright

It'so great that the US and the UK have such a special relationship that DT has chosen to visit 17 other countries first.

A little bit of vom in my gob... whenever I see the odious pussy grabber.


Whopper doo he visited 17 countries before us.

If pussies like Bryn had not objected he would have visited months ago.

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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 08:34 - Jul 13 with 438 viewspeenemunde

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 22:33 - Jul 12 by Pegojack

You live in a complete fantasy world, don't you? He would have been cowtowing to the largest economic bloc in the world, because at least the dumb feck knows which side his bread is buttered, the same as Teresa May is doing now.
[Post edited 13 Jul 7:01]


Fantasy world ?
I must have dreamt that the Americans have just raised tariffs on certain Eu products.
I must also dreamt that the Germans and other eu countries that are in NATO have been told to raise their spending on defence to 2% of GDP or else.

It’s you my friend that’s living on fantasy island if you think this current American administration would go “cow towing” to the Eu.
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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 08:42 - Jul 13 with 433 viewspeenemunde

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 07:16 - Jul 13 by Kilkennyjack

The world is laughing at Putins useful idiot of a President.
He will end up in jail.

A dangerous vain man with child like behaviour.

Glad he is not coming to Cymru.


The whole word is laughing ? You need to rephrase what you have said there.
It should have said :- The snowflakes of the world are laughing at President Trump, which I’d imagine the president couldn’t give two f*uks about.
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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 09:19 - Jul 13 with 399 viewsPegojack

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 08:34 - Jul 13 by peenemunde

Fantasy world ?
I must have dreamt that the Americans have just raised tariffs on certain Eu products.
I must also dreamt that the Germans and other eu countries that are in NATO have been told to raise their spending on defence to 2% of GDP or else.

It’s you my friend that’s living on fantasy island if you think this current American administration would go “cow towing” to the Eu.


You're just like Trump, twisting and misrepresenting words when you don't like them. You said if President Chump was in charge of the UK, he'd tear the EU a new arseh*le. Remember that?
I'm saying if he was in charge of the UK, he'd be on his knees to the EU, just like Theresa May is now. She knows Brexit is an economic disaster for the UK and is doing her best to ameliorate the worst effects of it.
Anyway, there's no talking sense to people like you, Pikeypaul, Kerouc and all the other rabid little Englanders who have infested this site recently, so I'll leave you to your fantasies as the country marches blindly towards the cliff edge. Bye bye!
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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 09:24 - Jul 13 with 396 viewspeenemunde

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 09:19 - Jul 13 by Pegojack

You're just like Trump, twisting and misrepresenting words when you don't like them. You said if President Chump was in charge of the UK, he'd tear the EU a new arseh*le. Remember that?
I'm saying if he was in charge of the UK, he'd be on his knees to the EU, just like Theresa May is now. She knows Brexit is an economic disaster for the UK and is doing her best to ameliorate the worst effects of it.
Anyway, there's no talking sense to people like you, Pikeypaul, Kerouc and all the other rabid little Englanders who have infested this site recently, so I'll leave you to your fantasies as the country marches blindly towards the cliff edge. Bye bye!


That just shows how stupid you are.
May is a remainer, she should have never had the PM job. Should have gone to someone who actually believes in Brexit.

Anyway I’m glad you have a safe space to retreat too.
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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 09:29 - Jul 13 with 394 viewsShaky


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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 09:30 - Jul 13 with 392 viewsPegojack

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 09:24 - Jul 13 by peenemunde

That just shows how stupid you are.
May is a remainer, she should have never had the PM job. Should have gone to someone who actually believes in Brexit.

Anyway I’m glad you have a safe space to retreat too.


Yes, I do have a safe space, my friend, it's called the EU. I voted with my feet to get away from tvvats like you.
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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 09:40 - Jul 13 with 385 viewspeenemunde

Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 09:30 - Jul 13 by Pegojack

Yes, I do have a safe space, my friend, it's called the EU. I voted with my feet to get away from tvvats like you.


Well I hope you have a long and happy life living in the Eu.
Hopefully more remoaners will follow your lead and move to the Eu.
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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 09:40 - Jul 13 with 385 viewsShaky

Thanks for the shits and giggles Trump, and for trashing the pound:

https://www.bloomberg.com/quote/GBPUSD:CUR

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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 09:58 - Jul 13 with 356 viewsShaky

Really?

"White House officials were scrambling for what to say to May on Friday. “There’s no way Trump will apologize,” a senior U.S. official said. “But we also don’t want to blow everything up.”"
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Trump blasts Prime Minister Theresa May in interview published during his first official visit to Britain
by William Booth, Karla Adam and Josh Dawsey

Washington Post, July 12 at 7:51 PM

LONDON — After Prime Minister Theresa May rolled out the red carpet at Blenheim Palace on Thursday night for President Trump’s first official visit to Britain, a London tabloid published an explosive interview in which Trump blasted May’s compromise, pro-business plan to leave the European Union and warned that her approach could imperil any future trade deal between the United States and Britain.

The remarks cast an immediate pall over a visit that included a lavish dinner with business leaders Thursday night and plans to meet Queen Elizabeth II for afternoon tea on Friday. It was the latest international incident to erupt during Trump’s brief sojourn abroad, which kicked off with incendiary comments that upended a NATO summit in Brussels and further strained relationships with longtime U.S. allies.

In addition to attacking May on Brexit, Trump also praised her archrival, Boris Johnson, as a potential future prime minister while attacking London’s mayor as soft on crime and terrorism.

The blunt language and harsh dismissal in Trump’s interview stunned 10 Downing Street.

May’s office did not issue a reply to Trump’s remarks but referred reporters to an earlier statement: “We have come to an agreement at the proposal we’re putting to the European Union which absolutely delivers on the Brexit people voted for. They voted for us to take back control of our money, our law and our borders and that’s exactly what we will do.”

Newspaper editors scrambled to update their front pages. “The ego has landed,” said the Daily Mirror, adding that Trump “embarrasses Prime Minister with attack on her plan for soft Brexit.” On its front page, the Daily Mail said Trump had offered “typically blunt home truths for Britain.”
In the interview, done earlier this week, Trump disparaged May’s Brexit plan: “I would have done it much differently. I actually told Theresa May how to do it, but she didn’t listen to me.”

He added: “The deal she is striking is a much different deal than the one people voted on.”

If May has Britain align its rules and regulations for goods and agricultural products with Europe, following “a common ­rule book” with Brussels, as May puts it, then, Trump said, that could derail a trade deal with Washington.

“If they do a deal like that, we would be dealing with the European Union instead of dealing with the U.K., so it will probably kill the deal,” Trump told the Sun, which published its splash at 11 p.m. in Britain.

Trump was scheduled to meet with May for talks on Friday.

“The President likes and respects Prime Minister May very much. As he said in his interview with the Sun she ‘is a very good person’ and he ‘never said anything bad about her,’ ” U.S. press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement. “He thought she was great on NATO today and is a really terrific person.”

The U.S. contingent expected the story to post Friday morning and was startled to leave the dinner Thursday and see it online. Sanders told the British government about the interview but thought it would be somewhat more positive, an official said.

White House officials were scrambling for what to say to May on Friday. “There’s no way Trump will apologize,” a senior U.S. official said. “But we also don’t want to blow everything up.”

A second White House official said Trump had two days of positive interactions with May. But the official also conceded that Trump had talked about her vulnerabilities and criticized her political acumen privately for many months.

The officials spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal conversations.

Trump also said to the Sun that he was not spending much time in London on this trip because he did not feel welcome, due to mass demonstrations planned for Friday.

“I guess when they put out blimps to make me feel unwelcome, no reason for me to go to London,” he told the paper. “I used to love London as a city. I haven’t been there in a long time. But when they make you feel unwelcome, why would I stay there?”

Trump lashed out at London Mayor Sadiq Khan, too, saying that he’s done a “bad job” on tackling terrorism and crime.

“Take a look at the terrorism that is taking place. Look at what is going on in London. I think he has done a very bad job on terrorism,” Trump said. “I think he has done a bad job on crime, if you look, all of the horrible things going on there, with all of the crime that is being brought in.”

But he spoke glowingly of Johnson, who quit the cabinet this week in protest over May’s plans for a soft Brexit.

“I have a lot of respect for Boris. He obviously likes me and says very good things about me,” Trump told the tabloid. “I was very saddened to see he was leaving government, and I hope he goes back in at some point. I think he is a great representative for your country.”

Asked whether Johnson could find himself in 10 Downing Street one day, Trump said, “Well I am not pitting one against the other. I am just saying I think he would be a great prime minister. I think he’s got what it takes.”

Trump did not have public events in Britain on Thursday. Planners have taken great care to keep him from protests.

After his trips overseas to Asia and the Middle East, Trump went on for days about the grandiose treatment — and the Brits were clearly trying to do well by him.

At the dinner, in her remarks, May made her pitch to Trump. She began by noting that “Sir Winston Churchill once said that ‘to have the United States at our side was, to me, the greatest joy.’ ”

Then she moved to the deals she hoped to strike. “Now, as we prepare to leave the European Union, we have an unprecedented opportunity to do more. It’s an opportunity to reach a free trade agreement that creates jobs and growth here in the U.K. and right across the United States,” she said.

The prime minister said that Brexit offered the chance “to tear down the bureaucratic barriers that frustrate business leaders on both sides of the Atlantic,” according to an account provided by 10 Downing Street.

An hour later, the interview with the Sun appeared and seemed to dash May’s hopes.

Brian Klaas, a fellow in global politics at the London School of Economics, said May is walking a tightrope. She needs Trump to promise fantastic trade deals and help May deliver the “global Britain” she has promised. But she can’t appear fawning.

“Her political base and the broader British public do not like Donald Trump,” Klaas said. “She also wants to show that in a post-Brexit world, Britain can still be a major player, and Trump is central to that narrative.”

Robin Niblett, director of Chatham House, a London think tank, said that for May, the Trump visit “was something to be survived.”

Recalling the disaster that struck British leader Tony Blair, in his embrace of George W. Bush and his alliance with Washington in the Iraq War, Niblett said May would be extremely wary of being seen as “Trump’s poodle.”

Organizers of Britain’s nationwide protests are committed to staging some of the largest demonstrations since 2003, when hundreds of thousands hit the streets to oppose war in Iraq.

Organizers said that from the moment Trump landed on British soil to the moment he leaves, he will be met by a “carnival of resistance.” A giant “Trump Baby” balloon will fly over Parliament Square. Protesters plan to shout at Trump at places he will be visiting — Winfield House, Blenheim Palace, Chequers, Windsor Castle and his Trump Turnberry golf resort in Scotland. Others will assemble in towns and cities up and down the country.

“I’m marching because of the disdain that Trump has shown for Britain and because of his disgraceful treatment of minorities in the United States,” said David Lammy, a leading member in the opposition Labour Party.

“Whenever London experiences a tragedy, it’s also the case that Trump licks his lips and tweets,” he said.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/europe/i-think-they-like-me-a-lot-in-the-uk

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Welcome to the UK, Mr President on 10:12 - Jul 13 with 350 viewsAce_Jack

Funny how those who slagged Obama off for "intervening" in the Brexit referendum are totally silent when it comes to Trump destabalising British politics, the Union, EU and NATO while he is a guest in our country.
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