Mr Trump goes to London - Friday the 13th

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The UK is traditionally the closest ally of the US

Trump punted to try get Nigel Farage as UK Ambassador to the US - that did not go down well BBC - Donald Trump: Nigel Farage would be great UK ambassador

Trump then was scared to visit, as protesters would make him look sad

Trump engaged in a bigoted Twitter campaign targeting London's Lord Mayor

The mayor of London Sadiq Khan has today approved this

Trump 'angry baby' blimp gets green light to fly over London during president's visit




Tick ...tock

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I am so dying to see if Meghan gets her Big Moment.

Thats the reason why the Queen has been positioning her, even though you know she honestly has seen it all before.
 

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I expect May to be grovelling behind closed doors.

There is something very concerning here, in that Trump will be looking for improved access for American food to the British market, and Ireland is fully signed up the Barniers attempts to infuriate the British.

What happens to public debts when the southern third of the island is in a grinding recession, and Coveney has to go around trying to flog cheddar cheese to sceptical customers in the Far East ?

Some real damage has been done to Ireland's position in the lead up to this....by Ireland's "leadership".

In particular by Coveney.
 

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I expect May to be grovelling behind closed doors.

There is something very concerning here, in that Trump will be looking for improved access for American food to the British market, and Ireland is fully signed up the Barniers attempts to infuriate the British.

What happens to public debts when the southern third of the island is in a grinding recession, and Coveney has to go around trying to flog cheddar cheese to sceptical customers in the Far East ?

Some real damage has been done to Ireland's position in the lead up to this....by Ireland's "leadership".

In particular by Coveney.

by not giving in to their crazy demands is "infuriating the british ".:roll::lol::lol:
 

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The Chinese reckon Trump is gonna set fire to the economic world.

Perhaps you Neolibs, Radical Militant Feminists, P&CS money grabbers with sidekick Politicians wanna reconsider your position.eh.

Else! Go Trump Go.
'Cos we 'the rest' really don't give a monkeys as long as you all loose your heads.
 

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I would not put it past QE2 to take direct action -- she is a funny old bird

cyp
Umm what he was offered was tea at Windsor Castle, thats it, RSPCA inspectors get that. And the Queen is already feeling rather indisposed.

I would love it if Meg, the American chancer, was left to pour the tea. :)
 

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I would not put it past QE2 to take direct action -- she is a funny old bird

cyp
:D You can just see her out with a sniper rifle on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, attempting to go incognito in her headscarf, shades and Barbour jacket...
 

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Pity he is not coming here on his visit, usually we can be relied upon to pull some distant relative out of somewhere and make up some story about the president been Irish.

We even discovered Irish roots for Muhammad Ali when he visited Ennis a good few years ago.
 

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One of those rare days that could only be improved by a member of ISIS at the end of a runway with a SAM.
 

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The visit of Trump to UK is timely and important, a chance for disorientated Britain to get a much needed whiff of what strong leadership and clear direction looks like, especially at this time when many MPs and others in authority seem so bereft of ideas, clinging by their fingernails to the plughole of government as baby and bathwater flood past them into the swelling drain of tory mismanagement, for ordinary voters it is the JFK moment, a moment's exposure to bright sunlight after the bleak unending winter that Brexit has cast over the country, a reminder of a better world, a more optimistic world, a world of hope and energy, families rediscovering their purpose, children growing up strong and healthy, and Trump at the centre, that all American grin irresistibly overcoming his strongest critics, showing them the way, holding their hand, telling them it's going to be OK, kid, it's going to be OK, trust me, it's gonna be OK
 
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Pity he is not coming here on his visit, usually we can be relied upon to pull some distant relative out of somewhere and make up some story about the president been Irish.

We even discovered Irish roots for Muhammad Ali when he visited Ennis a good few years ago.
Well there is a cultural connection. Quite a few dodgy Germans ended up living in Ireland in the last century. Trump is descended from a dodgy German.
 

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Well there is a cultural connection. Quite a few dodgy Germans ended up living in Ireland in the last century. Trump is descended from a dodgy German.
Will he meeting the ultimate dodgy Germans while he is in the UK? ie the Windsors.
 

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Will he meeting the ultimate dodgy Germans while he is in the UK? ie the Windsors.
jeez, you are right. With the amount of iffy Kraut on show it will be like Bolivia in the 1950s.
 

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I just think its amusing how Trump went from wanting the State Coach experience all the way to settling for Bourbon creams and Earl Grey for 40 minutes, while a Corgi humps his leg.

If he is into piss, he will get plenty of it.
 

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Age of the senior royals he'll be lucky if it is a corgi and not a Duke humping the presidential leg.
 

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Age of the senior royals he'll be lucky if it is a corgi and not a Duke humping the presidential leg.
Well this is why the British have Royals.

Prime ministers will suck off any US president.

Now a Royal corgi, well thats beyond even the Leader of the Free World.
 


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