Facing the threat of a million Brits protesting his visit, Trump backs out, blaming Obama

With 48% of Brits saying they don’t want Donald Trump in their country, and members of Parliament debating whether or not he should be banned from the country for spreading the incendiary racist propaganda of known hate groups, our President today announced that he would not be visiting England as planned this February. Of course, he didn’t mention the enormous planned protests as the reason. No, with moths to think of a plausible excuse, he announced last night via Twitter that he would not be visiting England because he had an issue with Obama’s sale of the former U.S. embassy in London.

This, even if it were true, would be a stupid reason for the President of the United States not to visit our closest ally. But, of course, it isn’t even remotely true. The former U.S. embassy building in London was put up for sale on October 2, 2008, and Obama didn’t take office until January 20, 2009. And, for what it’s worth, Trump was also wrong about the cost of the new embassy. Here’s a letter that was issued earlier today by embassy staff, correcting their president.

So, to sum up, our Coward-in-Chief won’t be visiting England, and cutting the ribbon at our new embassy, because he’s terrified of having to face a crowd of angry Brits who can see him for the a lying, racist sociopath that he is… For what it’s worth, though, the Brits don’t seem to mind the wax Trump, which was deposited outside the new U.S. embassy this morning, as you can see in the above photo.

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  1. Iron Lung
    Posted January 12, 2018 at 9:44 pm | Permalink

    What a buffoon.

  2. Jean Henry
    Posted January 13, 2018 at 1:53 pm | Permalink

    Fairly soon, he will be permanently locked in the private chambers of the White House for ‘executive time’ and not allowed to go anywhere, except for the occasional public appearance to assure us he’s not dead.

  3. Jean Henry
    Posted January 13, 2018 at 2:03 pm | Permalink

    “On Tuesday, Trump has his first meeting of the day with Chief of Staff John Kelly at 11am. He then has “Executive Time” for an hour followed by an hour lunch in the private dining room. Then it’s another 1 hour 15 minutes of “Executive Time” followed by a 45 minute meeting with National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster. Then another 15 minutes of “Executive Time” before Trump takes his last meeting of the day — a 3:45pm meeting with the head of Presidential Personnel Johnny DeStefano — before ending his official day at 4:15pm.

    On Wednesday, the president meets at 11am for his intelligence briefing, then has “Executive Time” until a 2pm meeting with the Norwegian Prime Minister. His last official duty: a video recording with Hope Hicks at 4pm.

    On Thursday, the president has an especially light schedule: “Policy Time” at 11am, then “Executive Time” at 12pm, then lunch for an hour, then more “Executive Time” from 1:30pm.”

  4. Anonymous
    Posted January 13, 2018 at 8:49 pm | Permalink

    Restricting him to the US is a good first step. Keeping him golfing is a good second.

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