Snowflake Trump pulls out of UK trip

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Found 12th Jan
Makes up a half excuse that is factually wrong and laughably poor to cover for his insecurities about planned protests.

Also makes more racist comments that his staff can't be bothered to defend.
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So you put down trump for his comments but call him a "Snowflake"
Which in itself is a derogatory phrase.
Would you visit a country where you know you wouldn't be made welcome? I wouldn't.
Oh but where will we march instead?

We must inform everyone which is the 'right' opinion, ie: that Trump has caused apocalypse and the whole US economy has collapsed?

Presidents must not be allowed to open embassies in the future unless its a new Iranian or new Pakistani embassy.

BTW Africa and Haiti are the most advanced, wonderful and developed places in the world, (if you have never travelled out of them)

Its fine to criticise USA but USA must never criticise any other country, golden rule of the UN (funded largely by the USA)
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Edited by: "davewave" 12th Jan
Love or hate Trump he should be made to feel welcome here, He's the American president, We need to maintain a special relationship with them, Especially if we want a decent deal after Brexit. Maybe when Khan is no longer Mayor he'll come visit.
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So you put down trump for his comments but call him a "Snowflake"
Which in itself is a derogatory phrase.
Would you visit a country where you know you wouldn't be made welcome? I wouldn't.
stefromuk15 m ago

So you put down trump for his comments but call him a "Snowflake"Which in …So you put down trump for his comments but call him a "Snowflake"Which in itself is a derogatory phrase.


nothing says you cant be right and a hypocrite
Oh but where will we march instead?

We must inform everyone which is the 'right' opinion, ie: that Trump has caused apocalypse and the whole US economy has collapsed?

Presidents must not be allowed to open embassies in the future unless its a new Iranian or new Pakistani embassy.

BTW Africa and Haiti are the most advanced, wonderful and developed places in the world, (if you have never travelled out of them)

Its fine to criticise USA but USA must never criticise any other country, golden rule of the UN (funded largely by the USA)
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Edited by: "davewave" 12th Jan
Love or hate Trump he should be made to feel welcome here, He's the American president, We need to maintain a special relationship with them, Especially if we want a decent deal after Brexit. Maybe when Khan is no longer Mayor he'll come visit.
Suspended. Lulz.
I find it very insulting what he said about the africans.
Donald Trump expressed his feeling, plenty of us feel the same way.

Lets face it, most of the people in Eastern EU nations would describe there homelands as Trump described some places; "s**thole countries".

A man dares to share his thoughts on something and its not what you want to hear

Its not like he touched your leg, tried to get a date you or bought you a coffee!
Uilleam171 m ago

A meeting with Theresa May and lunch with the Queen, hardly a UK visit, …A meeting with Theresa May and lunch with the Queen, hardly a UK visit, more of a London trip. Not complaining, just don't want him anywhere north of London.


It wasn't his state visit, That is still to be arranged, No doubt you'll be campaigning with your placards then ;).
DKLS2 h, 44 m ago

Would you visit a country where you know you wouldn't be made welcome? I …Would you visit a country where you know you wouldn't be made welcome? I wouldn't.



Where should he go then??? Not sure he is welcome anywhere right now....



looking at the posts here Trump is a hero to some isn’t he... wow.

It certainly takes all sorts.

I wish I could embrace the likes of trump and what they believe it certainly would make life easier.... nothing like the inconvenient truth to get in the way - ignoring the truth and blaming others constant is certainly an easier way to deal with your own failings.
Edited by: "joanddan7" 12th Jan
joanddan76 m ago

Where should he go then??? Not sure he is welcome anywhere right now....


Maybe Romania next and swing by here on his way back. he has done Belgium, China, France, Germany, Israel, Japan, Philippines, Poland, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Vatican City, Vietnam, West Bank and Italy.

Admittedly some of the countries are better at controlling their protesting classes like China and Saudi, but there is still a few countries left to choose from, depending on what his priorities and interests are.
Saturn11 m ago

Are we still talking about Trump, or the creator of the thread?



The creator of the thread is only as bad as three or four of the posters in this thread - who constantly try and goad and insult other members - I suspect their political views sit closer to those who had out the suspensions though

I personally think trump as the president should come here, don’t see any point in demonstrations either. The U.K. has clear signed agreements about certain topics and it’s down to our PM to challenge Trump on some of his policies.

Us Running away and trying to live as an isolated island with no allies is bonkers we should be active and leading world discussions.

Demonstrating against things does nothing IMHO.

Using the democratic vote is all we have - that and the education system so the next generation isn’t bred with the same insular lunatic views as the last
joanddan735 m ago

The creator of the thread is only as bad as three or four of the posters …The creator of the thread is only as bad as three or four of the posters in this thread - who constantly try and goad and insult other members - I suspect their political views sit closer to those who had out the suspensions though I personally think trump as the president should come here, don’t see any point in demonstrations either. The U.K. has clear signed agreements about certain topics and it’s down to our PM to challenge Trump on some of his policies. Us Running away and trying to live as an isolated island with no allies is bonkers we should be active and leading world discussions.Demonstrating against things does nothing IMHO. Using the democratic vote is all we have - that and the education system so the next generation isn’t bred with the same insular lunatic views as the last


Good points. I wonder if the people who are so vocal against Trump visiting were also against the visits by: President Bashar al-Assad, Robert Mugabe, King Abdullah amongst other unsavoury leaders all who arguably are somewhat nastier in actions than old Trumper.
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Labelling Trump a snowflake is like describing Hilary Clinton as honest.
He would if been very welcome
shame on Sadiq for disrespecting the best ever POTUS there has ever been and a bonafide genius to boot

people should start using rt.com and fox news to get unbiased news on the POTUS the rest is fake news
Edited by: "Infractionboi" 12th Jan
Still laughing at Khan taking the credit for Trumps non-visit. That horrible spineless little apology for a mayor really
is pathetic in his delusions of being someone worth listening too.
Alfsmum11 m ago

Still laughing at Khan taking the credit for Trumps non-visit. That …Still laughing at Khan taking the credit for Trumps non-visit. That horrible spineless little apology for a mayor reallyis pathetic in his delusions of being someone worth listening too.


Khan is full of himself ... well, he's full of something else, but I don't use foul language.

Predikuesi42 m ago

Labelling Trump a snowflake is like describing Hilary Clinton as honest.


My belly hurts with too much laughter

Indeed he is .........but what do you expect from an ex-lawyer specialising in human rights ?
Alfsmum16 m ago

Still laughing at Khan taking the credit for Trumps non-visit. That …Still laughing at Khan taking the credit for Trumps non-visit. That horrible spineless little apology for a mayor reallyis pathetic in his delusions of being someone worth listening too.


Here's Khan's statement from earlier, please point out where he takes credit for it. Because it doesn't seem that way to me.
CamoChris5 m ago

Here's Khan's statement from earlier, please point out where he takes …Here's Khan's statement from earlier, please point out where he takes credit for it. Because it doesn't seem that way to me.



independent.co.uk/new…tml
Alfsmum7 m ago

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/sadiq-khan-donald-trump-uk-visit-london-embassy-protest-oppose-us-president-theresa-may-a8155021.html



That article just quotes the statement I linked to. Nowhere does he personally take credit for Trump cancelling the visit, instead he credits Londoners in general.
He is speaking for London when he states that Trump got " the message" - otherwise why would he say it?
Alfsmum12 m ago

He is speaking for London when he states that Trump got " the message" - …He is speaking for London when he states that Trump got " the message" - otherwise why would he say it?


He's "speaking for London", so he's not taking the credit then is he? He's giving the credit to London as a whole. Nowhere has he said, or implied, that he is the reason Trump's not coming.
It's interesting to note that some people are comfortable with someone in a position of massive power acting immature and childish in front of the whole world.
He may have voiced the opinions that some people are feeling, but come on this is the president of the USA, not some bloke down the pub.

Trumps antics have always been beneath his position as President and brings out nothing positive.
What it does bring out though is the worst kind of people who feel their vile views are now acceptable.
Never before would I have thought it possible to see neo-Nazis armed with assault rifles marching through a city in the USA, with barely any condemnation from the President.
This is the kind of world that we now live in thanks to Trump.
The fact that the racist beep is not coming here is proof positive that protest does work and is worthwhile !
Wongy1103 m ago

The fact that the racist beep is not coming here is proof positive that …The fact that the racist beep is not coming here is proof positive that protest does work and is worthwhile !


Thing is, people who protest and march are exercising their rights and quite often this can lead to a government changing it's decsions when it sees just how popular a particular subject matter is.

Of course, one could just behave like DaveWave and make fun of protesters and those who march (but strangely not the neo-Nazis who marched last year - odd?) while sitting behind a keyboard and achieving zero policy change.
Edited by: "Bestard" 12th Jan
Bestard2 m ago

Thing is, people who protest and march are exercising their rights and …Thing is, people who protest and march are exercising their rights and quite often this can lead to a government changing it's decsions when it sees just how popular a particular subject matter is.Of course, one could just behave like DaveWave and make fun of protesters and those who march (but strangely not the neo-Nazis who marched last year - odd?) while sitting behind a keyboard and achieving zero policy change.


Was the chance that he may have been arrested
but I guess that was a long shot ?
I'm surprised at his comments. I'd have thought an president would be naturally attracted to countries.
Edited by moderator: "potty mouth" 12th Jan
CamoChris1 h, 13 m ago

He's "speaking for London", so he's not taking the credit then is he? He's …He's "speaking for London", so he's not taking the credit then is he? He's giving the credit to London as a whole. Nowhere has he said, or implied, that he is the reason Trump's not coming.



So the mayor of London saying " he got the message " after a London march against his visit is not speaking on behalf of London? So who is he speaking on behalf of - either London or himself or who .......
Trump is a reaction to all the failings during the Clinton and Obama years. He is still President, a foreign head of state and should be treated as such with the respect his office deserves – we’ve hosted far, far, far, far worse heads of state in previous years, murders, terrorists etc and people haven’t batted an eyelid.

We need friends, even friends like America and the lefties protesting his visit should be thoroughly ashamed of themselves and focus their efforts of our own government, our own PM and the damage her and her party are doing to this country day in, day out.

Trump is NOT our problem.
Edited by: "freakstyler" 12th Jan
Bestard1 h, 25 m ago

It's interesting to note that some people are comfortable with someone in …It's interesting to note that some people are comfortable with someone in a position of massive power acting immature and childish in front of the whole world.He may have voiced the opinions that some people are feeling, but come on this is the president of the USA, not some bloke down the pub.Trumps antics have always been beneath his position as President and brings out nothing positive.What it does bring out though is the worst kind of people who feel their vile views are now acceptable.Never before would I have thought it possible to see neo-Nazis armed with assault rifles marching through a city in the USA, with barely any condemnation from the President.This is the kind of world that we now live in thanks to Trump.



People of all political persuasions are allowed to march in the USA - from neo-nazis to Marxist commies.....its been
going on forever. Last time I was out there I saw black panther militants marching thru Philadelphia - oh and before
any historians tell me that was decades ago, actually it was last year.
Edited by: "Alfsmum" 12th Jan
Alfsmum1 h, 14 m ago

So the mayor of London saying " he got the message " after a London march …So the mayor of London saying " he got the message " after a London march against his visit is not speaking on behalf of London? So who is he speaking on behalf of - either London or himself or who .......



I don't think you understand what I'm trying to say. You said that Khan was taking credit for Trump not coming. Usually when someone takes credit for something they're saying they, personally, are responsible for it happening. Khan has not done this. You quote the "got the message" part of his statement without the next bit: "from the many Londoners". That is who he credits, Londoners, not himself.
A billion dollars?
How much of the Mexican Wall could that have built?
Oooh, my comments are under review again LOL.
CamoChris29 m ago

I don't think you understand what I'm trying to say. You said that Khan …I don't think you understand what I'm trying to say. You said that Khan was taking credit for Trump not coming. Usually when someone takes credit for something they're saying they, personally, are responsible for it happening. Khan has not done this. You quote the "got the message" part of his statement without the next bit: "from the many Londoners". That is who he credits, Londoners, not himself.


MSN _ Mr Khan, who has led opposition to the prospect of a visit by the US president,...............
As the leader of the opposition to Trumps visit, yes he is taking credit for this....
we agree to disagree .... and inkmaster in one TV in a minute so I need a cuppa before I watch it

back tomorrow x x
just all love and live each passing day.....Its a mad mad world with mad mad Dictators in it. Always has been Always will be.
Wongy1106 h, 15 m ago

The fact that the racist beep is not coming here is proof positive that …The fact that the racist beep is not coming here is proof positive that protest does work and is worthwhile !


yes, you lefty types love to shut down discussion from people whose views don't match theirs.

he hasn't cancelled because of pretests, he's cancelled because of protests from a sector that are known to become violent, when they don't get their way, which is a massive security risk in a different country for the US president.
Edited by: "eset12345" 13th Jan
He insulted our prime minister and country. Seems that patriotism for some of you is secondary to your political leanings.
The same kind of thinking I suppose that justified the Trump campaigns treasonous collusion with Russia (That never happened? 4 indictments and 2 guilty pleas thus far).
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