UK: Dumb and Dumber Protest President Trump, UK’s #1 Ally

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This is what the Americans saved England for? We won’t do it twice. These moronnials are showing the world what dopes they are. It’s a good chuckle.

These protests are laughable when the UK has recently received other statesmen from countries with vile human rights records. These dopes stood by when the dictator of Turkey and the sharia crown prince of Saudi Arabia were welcomed with open arms (and legs, I’m sure) but freedom-loving Trump makes their blood boil.

Hundreds of demonstrators take to the streets of London and the UK in noisy and colourful protests in opposition to Donald Trump’s visit

  • As Trump and Melania dine at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, people marched
  • Republican met with Theresa May at the ancestral home of Winston Churchill
  • Protesters waved the well-worn slogan ‘Dump Trump’ close to the palace

By Sebastian Murphy-bates and Alex Green For Mailonline, 12 July 2018

Hundreds of demonstrators have led noisy protests across the country to express their alarm and opposition to the visit of Donald Trump.

As the US President and First Lady Melania dine at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, people marched with placards in the county as well as crowding the streets of London and Cardiff.

The Republican has met with Prime Minister Theresa May at the ancestral home of Winston Churchill.

Crowds flooded this street in Cardiff city centre to oppose the official visit of Donald Trump to the UK

A protester asks where he should start in his criticism of the US president outside Winfield House where Trump will be staying

As the Scots, Irish and Welsh Guard bands welcomed Trump to Blenheim, opponents of the president waved signs denouncing racism and war while one simply asked: ‘Where do I start?’

Protesters waved the well-worn slogan ‘Dump Trump’ close to the palace while another referenced England crashing out of the World Cup to Croatia yesterday.

Her sign’s message for the president was: ‘We may have lost but you are the real loser.’

Trump has repeatedly used the word ‘loser’ to refer to terrorists and other enemies on his Twitter account.

There are a total of 54 protests against the US president’s visit planned across the country over four days.

Protesters waving placards aping the Republican colours caused a commotion outside Winfield House, the US Ambassador’s residence in Regents Park

Socialists and anti-racists gather to condemn ‘bigotry’ as the Stop War Coalition also said ‘no’ to Trump

A protester wears a Harry Potter T-shirt and proclaims that Trump’s hair contains a portion of Voldemort’s soul

They include eight titled ‘Together Against Trump’ and a 12-hour rave at Soho Radio in London.

A wide range of campaigners, including unions, faith and environmental groups came together to unite in opposition to Mr Trump’s visit to the UK, organisers said.

Bells and whistles rang out alongside cheers and claps for speakers throughout the protest, staged near the US ambassador’s official residence, as the crowd was encouraged to shout loudly in the hope Mr Trump could hear.

Trump received more boos and jeers as he was helicoptered out of Regent’s Park to attend a black-tie dinner with Theresa May this afternoon.

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