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Trump visit to Britain: date announced

Donald Trump will visit the UK on February 26 and 27.

The long-proposed trip, which will go ahead despite this week’s Twitter spat with Prime Minister Theresa May.

The sources said the trip had been in Mrs May’s diary for 10 days already – despite concerns raised by this week’s drama.

The visit is expected to be timed to coincide with the opening of the new American embassy in London.

Lefty activists are already preparing to protest against the democratically elected leader of the USA. Labour MP David Lammy said: “Save the date, he’s going to be met by the biggest protest this country has ever seen.”

Owen Jones has strongly objected to a visit by a US President, promising a mass protest. There was no such uproar over visits by King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia – where gays are murdered – or Chinese President Xi Jinping – where workers are treated like animals. The left was not furious when Robert Mugabe visited Britain, even after his militia murdered British citizens.

Luke Nash-Jones, Director of the People’s Charter Foundation says, “Owen Jones is a hypocrite – he was rather silent when Hamza Sodagar, who wants to kill gays, including Owen, came to Britain.”

“Owen hates Trump’s firm rejection of cultural Marxism, and is trying to weaken his power, by painting him as Hitler, to claim the moral high ground. The US President is visiting on behalf of the American people, our greatest trade ally – whatever whiny lefties think, the US nation chose him, as their representative. Therefore, anyone who rejects their choice, not only spurns democracy – rather ironic when they call Trump a fascist – but also, is most certainly a hypocrite, who wishes to destroy economy, while being quite happy to sell arms to Saudi, which hardly has a glowing record for human rights.”

“A tweet is not an endorsement. Trump clearly shared the video because the content concerned him. It featured the murder of young men in the Middle East, probably because they are gay – the US president intent was to oppose homophobia.”

“If only Parliament would stop brown-nosing to Saudi Arabia and find such enthusiasm to speak out on the real problems. Every few days we hear another report of an Islamist attack; four this year. Kids are dying. Britain is home to 23,000 suspected terrorists, and 400 ISIS fighters who have returned. The hush up of the racially-motivated rape of thousands of little white girls in Rotherham, Rochdale, Keighley and other towns. Christmas markets surrounded by concrete barriers to keep cars back. Bollards on bridges. Armed police everywhere. Something is very wrong with our country when dissing Jayda Fransen is the Home Secretary’s top priority.”

Luke Nash-Jones of the People’s Charter Foundation; Richard Inman of Veterans Against Terrorism; the Football Lads Alliance; and others, including a racially-diverse group of ex-Muslims, will be leading a protest on the 26th in support of Trump.

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