President Trump Storms UK

Despite the cowardly, sniveling British press and the jihadi mayor of Londonistan, many Brits are offering strong support of the president.

“If he came here, I’d shake his hand, absolute brilliant businessman,” Dean Roberts, running a market stall in Barnsley, told Fox News. “He’s going to upset a lot of people, that’s what we want, he’s a true leader.”

The Brexiters love him and remember, they won.

“If he came here, I’d shake his hand, absolute brilliant businessman,” Dean Roberts, running a market stall in Barnsley, told Fox News. “He’s going to upset a lot of people, that’s what we want, he’s a true leader.”

The Brexiters love him and remember, they won.

As popular as Obama in middle of first term…

85% approval with Republicans.

Amber Rose Roberts, Dean’s daughter and a model, was happy to have Trump in the country and had a message for the incoming billionaire.

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Dean and Amber Rose Roberts both think Trump should be welcomed to the U.K.  (Fox News/Adam Shaw)

DONALD TRUMP ARRIVES IN UK FOR HISTORIC VISIT – AND BOASTS THAT BRITS ‘LIKE ME A LOT’

The President touched down at Stansted this afternoon for the start of a three-day visit to the UK, after claiming Brits ‘like me a lot’

By Hugo Gye, Alain Tolhurst and Natasha Clark, 12th July 2018:

DONALD Trump has landed in Britain for his historic first official visit – and declared that the people of the UK “like me a lot”.

The President arrived at Stansted Airport near London on Air Force One at 2pm, accompanied by his wife Melania and a huge entourage.

The couple were met by US ambassador Woody Johnson, the Trade Secretary Liam Fox and a military guard, before being whisked away on a helicopter which was waiting on the Tarmac.

Their first stop is the ambassador’s official residence in London, Winfield House, which has been surrounded by an ultra-secure ring of steel to keep out protesters.

They will then go to Blenheim Palace for dinner with Theresa May and a group of top business leaders.

Those invited will dine on Scottish salmon then beef, followed by strawberries and clotted cream ice cream.


Trump’s Europe visit so far:


Donald Trump arriving at Stansted Airport this afternoon.

 Donald and Melania Trump alighting from Air Force One

Donald and Melania Trump alighting from Air Force One. Photo: AFP

The trip is not a full-blown state visit – but it will see the President meet the Queen for the first time and feature a tour of historic homes around the UK.

Mr Trump has dismissed the possibility of having his trip seriously disrupted by leftie activists – insisting he’s actually very popular in Britain.

Asked if he was worried about the protests, he replied: “I think it’s fine. I think they like me a lot in the UK.

“I think they agree with me on immigration. I am very strong on immigration.”

 Donald and Melania Trump leaving Marine One after it landed in London

President Donald and Melania Trump leaving Marine One after it landed in London. Photo: Associated Press.

 The President, First Lady and US ambassador at Winfield House in London

The President, First Lady and US ambassador at Winfield House in London. Photo: AFP

 Mr Trump flew in from Brussels with his wife Melania

President Trump flew in from Brussels with his wife Melania.

 The couple were met with a military guard at the airport near London, as well as Trade Secretary Liam Fox, centre, and the Lord Lieutenant of Essex Jennifer Tolhurst, right

Photo: Getty Images – Getty.

The couple were met with a military guard at the airport near London, as well as Trade Secretary Liam Fox, centre, and the Lord Lieutenant of Essex Jennifer Tolhurst, right

This morning, Mr Trump spoke out against Mrs May’s Brexit plan which she crafted at Chequers – saying, “I don’t know if that’s what they voted for”.

Speaking at a Nato summit in Brussels before he jumped on his official plane, he made it clear he doesn’t approve of Mrs May’s “soft Brexit” compromise.

Mr Trump told a press conference: “Well Brexit is, I’ve been reading a lot about Brexit over the last couple of days.

“And it seems to be turning a little bit differently, where they’re getting at least partially involved back with the European Union.”

A journalist then asked if he was backing a “hard Brexit”, but the president misheard – thinking he had asked if it was “heart-breaking”, he replied: “That might be going a little too far!”

Donald Trump slams Theresa May’s Chequers plan for Brexit.

 Air Force One touches down with the President on board

Air Force One touches down with the President on board. Photo: AFP

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