President Trump fan hit by milkshake as protesters shout ‘Nazi scum’

President Trump fan hit by milkshake as protesters shout ‘Nazi scum’

Morgan, who gave the president a monogrammed Winston Churchill hat, also offered him an opportunity to justify some controversial decisions he has made, as president and in his personal life.

"We left the prime minister, the Queen, the Royal family, there were thousands of people in the streets cheering". "So I was never a fan, this isn't like I'm fighting against Nazi Germany. and I was like a lot of people".

"What he really wants and what he really feels warmly about is the future", Trump said of Prince Charles. "So I think we have the ideal right to protest". Also in Trafalgar Square: a 16-foot robotic likeness of Trump seated on a golden toilet.

Meanwhile, London Mayor Sadiq Khan called Trump a "poster boy" for far-right activists all over the world, keeping up a long-term feud with the United States president. But although she worked her magic reuniting our two countries after a rocky few years of May, the Queen raised a few eyebrows after making nearly a dig at pro-Brexit Trump, and for seeming to side with remain over leave. No one could have devised a more terrifying initiation...

Pushed by Morgan on the need to take "mutual responsibility" for climate change, Trump countered that "they don't do the responsibility".

The Brexit vote would seem to cast doubt on some of Kahn's claims.

Huawei will top talks in London after the British government appeared to defy Mr Trump administration demands and allow the Chinese company a limited role in building 5G networks.

Donald Trump promised Britain a substantial post-Brexit trade deal, quipping to outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May that she should stick around to clinch it though she is due to step down in two days' time.

Trump hit back at Kahn, calling the mayor a "stone cold loser" during his first day in London. "It's not just what Britain-USA did in World War II, it is the global order we created since then that has led to unparalleled peace and prosperity across the world and in that, President Trump stands rock-solid with the United Kingdom", Hunt further said while speaking to The Hill. He is a stone cold loser who should focus on crime in London, not me. "There was great love.And I didn't see the protesters until just a little while ago and it was a very, very small group of people".

On Monday, Trump, First Lady Melania and Ivanka met with the Queen, Prince Charles, his wife Camila, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry for a palace exhibit at Buckingham Palace. "The President of the United States is the best president ever". Is she saying she just knows?

Trump has used his speeches to emphasize a longstanding bond between the USA and Britain. We are already seeing the frightening consequences of Britain's apathy to its Good Friday commitments with the recent bombing in Derry, the killing of Journalist Lyra McKee and the attempt on the life of a PSNI officer in Belfast.

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