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Trump in a joint press conference with May (Theresa not May ex-Famous) just said that the London protests are fake news.  Guess there were no protests????  And suppose he didn't see the manicured lawn turned into a dick that the lad put so much effort into.  Here are some pics of the fakes news Trafalgar Square protest.

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1 hour ago, Pdoggg said:

He's certainly a dickhead for fist pumping the Queen. But then he'd still be a dickhead even if he didn't. The Baby Trump Balloon is a great idea and should be flying all around the world.

He has just left Downing Street  :crazy:

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I must admit I felt a little uneasy

When she bent down to tie the laces of my shoe

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9 hours ago, Pdoggg said:

Guess there were no protests????

Right, no protest? Hes such a douchebag.

I love London. Haven't been there in awhile now, but you'll find some of the most hardcore activists in this great big world city.

https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/8xzdqa/anti-trump-protest-london-state-visit-photos?utm_source=dmfb&fbclid=IwAR0Ji9E7mLUJ27ElRpSRP3gAZYvnLXX7yzI9grVzG3RVqYSR0qe2N58EnlE

The Best Photos from Today’s Huge Anti-Trump Protest

Thousands of people gathered in Trafalgar Square for the "Carnival of Resistance" against the US president. Here's what we saw.

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Trump heads to The Emerald Isle and the mysterious JP Ward and Sons of Bray in County Wicklow seems to be making a killing.:FourLeafClover:

They are, by all accounts, wheels to die for. JP Ward & Sons, an Irish funeral services home, rents out its fleet of Mercedes E-Class limousines not just to mourners but to anyone who wants to travel in style.

A killer price tag has not deterred the latest customer: the White House. It is so keen to use the vehicles for Donald Trump’s two-day visit to Ireland that it is spending nearly $1m (£788,000) of US taxpayers’ money to rent them.

The Trump administration paid the family-owned firm based in Bray, County Wicklow, $935,033 in four tranches, according to USASpending.gov, an official portal that records federal government spending.

The state department did not immediately respond to a request for confirmation that the outlay was to rent four vehicles, which would work out at $233,748 per vehicle.

The presidential entourage’s hotel billshave also drawn scrutiny. State department documents show US taxpayers have spent $1,223,230 on VIP accommodation at the InterContinental hotel on Park Lane in Mayfair, London

After wrapping up a state visit to Britain, Trump is to fly into Shannon airport in County Clare on Wednesday evening. He will meet the Irish taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, and then fly by helicopter to his golf resort in Doonbeg, which overlooks the Atlantic.

He will fly to Normandy for D-day commemorations on Thursday, then return to Doonbeg for another night and a round of golf. He returns to Washington on Friday.

P Ward & Sons could shed no light on the arrangements. A woman who answered the company’s advertised phone number on Thursday said she knew nothing about leasing vehicles to the US president. She said a colleague would phone back. Repeated further calls and an email went unanswered.

If discretion is part of the company’s business model, it seems to work. When the Guardian visited the company’s advertised address in Bray, a seaside town south of Dublin, it turned out to be a terraced house with an overgrown front garden and no indication that it was a business. Nobody answered the door.

One neighbour said Philip Ward, the company owner, stored cars at a different location, but when the Guardian visited there was no sign of life.

In June 2013 the company reportedly earned $114,000 ferrying Michelle Obama and her daughters Sasha and Malia around Dublin and Wicklow for three days while Barack Obama attended a G8 summit in Northern Ireland.

The first lady rode in one car and her daughters in another, said George McClafferty, who guided them around Glendalough. “There were 35 cars in the entourage,” he said.

The funeral company’s website says it has invested heavily in state-of-the-art hearses and luxurious limousines. “Your comfort and safety are our number one priority. All our vehicles are driven by professional, discreet and fully uniformed drivers.”

Organisers of Trump’s trips were particular about vehicles even before he became president. During his fleeting visit to see his mother’s birthplace in Stornoway, Scotland, in 2008, Trump used the only black Porsche Cayenne four-wheel drive available on the Isle of Lewis, which the Trump Organization had borrowed off a local businessman after days of searching.

Trump insisted on hiring black Range Rovers for his sporadic visits to Aberdeenshire, including his trip to receive an honorary degree from Robert Gordon University in 2010 – an honour rescinded by the university in 2015 after Trump’s insults against Muslims and Mexican migrants.

 

 


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:biggrin: Colbert is great in this monologue:

“For yet another day, America was 239 pounds smarter because President Trump is still in England,” the host cracked to open his monologue. “Take that, you limey bastards. That is for the War of 1812 and Piers Morgan.

a teen mowed a giant penis into a field for Trump to see as he landed in London.” He added, “It was the first time in years Trump’s been able to look down and see a penis.” 

https://www.rollingstone.com/tv/tv-news/stephen-colbert-president-trump-london-protests-late-show-844516/?fbclid=IwAR2bvl-QBZ4wbUZ0jxyz5jFfEQm28iWFbn2a7HVQg9uIe9aUKC-a7GfpofI

didn't there  know there is a town in England named sussex-upon-buttsex.:biggrin:

 

 

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The issue of the Irish border after Brexit will "not be a problem at all," Donald Trump has claimed on his first visit to Ireland as US President.

He arrived at Shannon Airport at about 16:45 local time and held a meeting with Taoiseach (Irish PM) Leo Varadkar.

He told Mr Varadkar that Americans "love the Irish" and said he believed things would work out well with "with your wall, your border" after Brexit.

Mr Trump then travelled to Doonbeg to stay at his golf resort.

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Another Trump protester making his feelings known :biggrin:

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I must admit I felt a little uneasy

When she bent down to tie the laces of my shoe

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17 hours ago, Pdoggg said:

The issue of the Irish border after Brexit will "not be a problem at all," Donald Trump has claimed on his first visit to Ireland as US President.

He arrived at Shannon Airport at about 16:45 local time and held a meeting with Taoiseach (Irish PM) Leo Varadkar.

He told Mr Varadkar that Americans "love the Irish" and said he believed things would work out well with "with your wall, your border" after Brexit.

Mr Trump then travelled to Doonbeg to stay at his golf resort.

 

Whatever insights he got from his advisors either didn’t sink in or was totally ignored. It was like he was talking to a child telling them everything will be fine when anyone with half a brain cell knows that won’t be the case.  

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19 hours ago, Pdoggg said:

he believed things would work out well with "with your wall, your border" after Brexit.

:biggrin: ah the  wall of course. Have you started building it yet, BB?

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