Trump's three days in the UK in three minutes

appleís one has landed at Stansted Airport president sleeps pastors here down the MAL towards Westminster Abbey for his next engagement mr. president I'm delighted to welcome you and mrs. Trump to Buckingham Palace this evening thank you for your warm welcome for this beautiful weather your gracious hospitality and your Majesty's nearly seven decades of treasured friendship with the United States of America [Applause] and then I heard that there were protests I said where are the protests I don't see any protest [Applause] in welcoming visitors from the United States I hope that can be a conversation I don't know Jeremy Corbyn I think that he is somewhat of a negative force the Mayor of London I don't think he should be criticizing a representative of the United States if he can get dis rustled by the mayor of London heaven help us if North Korea such things that upset him I can't hear him everything will be on the table absolutely a lot of interest seems to me would allow Britain to effectively sell the NHS as part of a trade deal I don't see it being on the tables that's something that I would not consider part of trade that's not true there is a tow truck husband driving outside see [Applause] and o Lord give us faith give us faith in the faith in our sons faith in each other and faith in our United crusade Almighty God amen great woman great great

39 thoughts on “Trump's three days in the UK in three minutes

  1. A jester, court jester, or fool, was historically an entertainer during the medieval and Renaissance eras who was a member of the household of a nobleman or a monarch employed to entertain him and his guests. A jester was also an itinerant performer who entertained common folk at fairs and markets. Jesters are also modern-day entertainers who resemble their historical counterparts. The Royals bringing back the tradition by inviting Rump LOL

  2. 트럼프 대통령님, 한국 문죄인 대통령 좀 혼내주세요.
    국민 세금으로 북한한테 돈만 퍼주고 이게 대한민국 대통령인지, 북한 김정은 대변인인지 알 수가 없습니다.

  3. When the Queen visited Ireland I was very PROUD of Both Ireland and England whose citizens did ugly things to each other. You were welcomed by me. A united Europe could join American Economy. One world Government One set of Laws for One Planet. Individual Cultures are the and should be the only part of who we are that make us different.

  4. "I didn't see any protests"
    Cuts to protests.
    About NHS: "everything should be on the table".
    Cuts to "I don't see it being on the table".

  5. A UK Gallup poll shows the exact opposite of Trump's claims that the "US is respected again". When Barack Obama left office and Trump was sworn in, Britons’ disapproval of America's leadership skyrocketed.
    During his last year in office in 2016, 59 percent of Britons approved of Obama. In 2017, just 33 percent approved of Trump and 64 percent disapproved.
    Subsequently, Trump’s rating plummeted, with 26 percent of Britons approving and 64 percent disapproving.
    Trump’s dismal 26 percent approval rating among Britons is even lower than his 31 percent approval rating worldwide, according to Gallup. The conservative UK Telegraph's poll tracker, an average of the last eight polls, comes to a similar conclusion.

  6. Ah deep down inside the Brits love Trump. It will be a boring world when he's gone and the stale politicians slime and slither their way back in. And when Brexit happens the weasles protesting will crawl on their slippery bellies crying save us America save us. And Trump will forgive and save you even though you deserve to hang.

  7. Our great President and fine First Lady on a mission to extend friendship and respect with our English allies and to honor our WWII soldiers.

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