Trump To Call Off State Visit To Britain Unless People There Are Nicer To Him

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Amateur president Donald Trump told Prime Minister Theresa May in a phone conversation that he may not go on a planned visit unless he has more support from the public in the U.K.  Sadly, though, Trump isn’t well liked across the pond. Or here. Or anywhere. The Snowflake-in-Chief is concerned about any protests during his visit which was initially planned in March, then rescheduled for June due to huge protests that were planned across the U.K. Got that? He postponed the visit because planned protests hurt his tender fee fees. And now, it appears that Trump will delay his visit again because he’s offended by protests.

“We aren’t going to comment on speculation about the contents of private phone conversations. The Queen extended an invitation to President Trump to visit the UK and there is no change to those plans,” a spokeswoman for May’s office said, according to Business Insider.

So now we know that leaks aren’t coming from the royal family.

The newest postponement follows the former reality show star’s attacks on London Mayor Sadiq Khan after the terror attack last Saturday. It wasn’t just Trump, but his son attacked the Mayor, too, just hours after the attack.

Trump and his son used Khan’s words out of context and called the Mayor’s response “pathetic.” In response to Trump’s attacks on Twitter, Khan said Trump was “ill-informed” then declined to comment any further.

The London Mayor told the public to not “be alarmed” by the large police presence in the city following the attack. Trump used his words out of context to say that the London Mayor said that the city should not be alarmed that there was a terror attack.

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