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The U.K wants to ban Donald Trump for saying they're trying to disguise their massive Muslim problem

Discussion in 'The War Room' started by Arkain2K, Jan 9, 2016.

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Donald Trump's statements about what's happening in the U.K and Germany is...

  1. Absolutely true!

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  1. Anung Un Rama

    Anung Un Rama The Right Hand of Doom Platinum Member

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    The guy is a proven liar. One would have to be mentally retarded* to accept anything he says as "absolutely" true.







    *Trump supporters in a nutshell
     
  2. CutStryker

    CutStryker “The Prince of Darkness is a Gentleman”

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    Yes ban Trump, then when the UK needs help with terrorist actions by some of those radicals;don’t come asking for the US’s help
     
  3. Arkain2K

    Arkain2K Si vis pacem, para bellum

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    I hope the Don insists on stopping by London, which should provide us as much entertainment as the time he toured California. :D

    Sherdoggers in the U.K: please keep us posted with the latest action on the ground comes July, like that special report I did two years ago. Especially if there are "Code Pink" topless protesters involved. :cool:


    British PM Theresa May to urge Donald Trump to skip London during visit to avoid protesters
    MAY 29, 2018​

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    BRITISH PM Theresa May will this week urge Donald Trump to avoid central London protesters and meet her at her country residence instead.

    Britain’s ambassador to Washington DC, Sir Kim Darroch, will present the PM’s plan to the White House for the US President’s first visit to Britain in July.

    As well as keeping him away from Downing Street, No10 will also propose he takes tea with the Queen in Windsor Castle instead of Buckingham Palace, reports The Sun.

    It is hoped the American leader will not be able to resist being snapped at the site where Prince Harry married Meghan Markle on May 19.

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    Theresa May reportedly wants Donald Trump to visit her country residence in case of large protests in London.​


    A third out-of-town attraction is also being lined up to entertain Mr Trump — a visit to his hero Winston Churchill’s birthplace, Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire.

    The president has told Mrs May he wants to pay homage to the legendary World War II Prime Minister during his three day visit to Britain.

    It comes as Mr Trump sent out a tweet for Memorial Day in the US, which commemorates fallen soldiers.

    Before laying a wreath at Arlington National Cemetery, Mr Trump tweeted that “those who died for our great country would be very happy and proud at how well our country is doing today”.

    Meanwhile, thousands of protesters have vowed to take to London’s streets if Mr Trump comes to the nation’s capital, potentially plunging the visit into a diplomatic disaster.

    The trip — from July 12-14 — is seen by Downing Street as very high stakes, as upsetting the volatile property billionaire could lead to another setback in the PM’s strained relations with him.

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    Theresa and Philip May hosted Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull at Chequers last month.​


    Chequers, Windsor Castle and Blenheim Palace are all on large estates where protesters can be kept away.

    All three locations are also west of London, and a short hop from each other in the President’s Marine One helicopter.

    A senior British government source told The Sun: “Two proposals are going to be put to the White House by Sir Kim with the PM’s approval — one for a Downing street visit, and one to base it around Chequers.

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    Demonstrators protest against US President Donald Trump outside Downing Street in London in 2017.​


    “We have full programs for both, but it will be made very clear that we would very much prefer it if the president chooses the Chequers option.”

    Talks at the PM’s country retreat in the Buckinghamshire countryside will be sold to Mr Trump as one of the most “presidential” things he could do while in the UK.

    A host of US presidents have been there, from Dwight D. Eisenhower to Richard Nixon and George W. Bush, as well as other world dignitaries, including Russian leader Mikhail Gorbachev.

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    Theresa May wants to meet Donald Trump away from the British Houses of Parliament.​


    A military component to Mr Trump’s visit to cement the Transatlantic security alliance is also being planned for the Friday, after dinner with Mrs May on Thursday night and a round of golf in Scotland with a celebrity on Saturday.

    It is expected to involve a joint inspection with the PM of the RAF’s brand new US-made F-35B Lightning jets, or a visit to the giant new HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier, moored in Portsmouth.

    An earlier plan for her to take him to GCHQ’s famous “doughnut” HQ in Cheltenham has now been scrapped.

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    Theresa May and Donald Trump next to a bust of his hero, former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.​


    London Mayor Sadiq Khan, who has fought a running feud with Mr Trump, told him he will see that “Londoners hold their liberal values of freedom of speech very dear” if he comes to the capital.

    http://www.news.com.au/world/europe...s/news-story/55d05782008bb1c857acee43edbf3cfd
     
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  4. Arkain2K

    Arkain2K Si vis pacem, para bellum

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    U.K. Plans Show of Special Forces, Black-Tie Dinner for President Trump
    By Kitty Donaldson and Jess Shankleman | July 11, 2018


    President Donald Trump will watch a demonstration of how British and U.S. special forces would jointly tackle a terrorist attack during his visit to the U.K., as Prime Minister Theresa May seeks to reinforce the idea of a special military alliance between the two countries.

    Trump arrives Thursday after a NATO summit in which he suggested other Western nations double their arms budgets to 4 percent of gross domestic product. After leaving the U.K., Trump will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki -- with whom Britain has a strained relationship following the poisoning of a double agent and subsequent murder of a civilian who later ingested the same nerve agent.

    By virtue of NATO leaders being sat in alphabetical order of their countries, Trump and May -- who have also had an awkward relationship -- spent over three hours sitting next to each other during a meeting and dinner at the summit in Brussels on Wednesday. At the meal, May said she welcomes Trump’s meeting with Putin, as communication between the U.S. and Russia is “key to managing the risks of confrontation.”

    When he arrives, Trump will be taken to Blenheim Palace, the 300-year-old birthplace of World War II leader Winston Churchill. Tuxedo-clad government ministers and representatives of fund managers BlackRock Inc and Blackstone Group LP, as well as Arup Ltd and drinks manufacturer Diageo Plc, will join him for a dinner of Scottish salmon, beef and strawberries and clotted cream ice-cream to discuss post-Brexit trade.

    On Friday, Trump will meet May and her newly-appointed Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt at the prime minister’s countryside retreat, Chequers. Over Dover sole, lamb and lemon meringue pie, the leaders will discuss Russia, trade, Brexit and the Middle East.

    “There is no stronger alliance than that of our special relationship with the U.S. and there will be no alliance more important in the years ahead,” May said in a statement ahead of the visit. “This week we have an opportunity to deepen this unique trading relationship and begin discussions about how we will forge a strengthened, ambitious and future-proof trade partnership.”

    Later, Trump will take afternoon tea with Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle, a family home to the royals for 1,000 years -- part of a tour of prime real estate designed to keep him away from protesters.

    Separately his wife, Melania, will visit war veterans and schoolchildren in a London visit accompanied by Philip May, the prime minister’s husband.

    As she does so, a giant helium-filled, baby-shaped effigy of the president will be inflated in front of Parliament, as nationwide protests take place against Trump’s perceived racism, sexism and foreign policy.

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    Thousands joined Trump protest as US leader played golf in Scotland



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