Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain obviously fails to say President Donald Trump in her recent speech to Parliament.
Although she mentioned that she and her husband Prince Philip “look forward to welcoming” the Spanish royal family during their upcoming visit next month, she neglected to mention a planned visit to their country by Trump, according to a report by Bloomberg. According to ABC News, the British government has extended an invitation to Trump and the administration has accepted it, but no official dates have been finalized.
Trump’s visit has met with resistance by the British public due to his pulling America out of the Paris climate accord, his harsher position on NATO, his apparent against migrant approaches and other right-wing positions.
The president didn’t help matters when he harshly criticized London Mayor Sadiq Khan for saying there is “no reason to be alarmed” after a fear based oppressor assault in that city. What Trump either fail to say or didn’t know was that Khan had been alluding to the expanded nearness of law requirement in the fallout of the fear based oppressor assault as opposed to the actions of the terrorists themselves.
Rather than apologizing for his misstep, Trump rather guaranteed that corrections to his criticism were a “pathetic excuse by London Mayor Sadiq Khan who had to think fast on his ‘no reason to be alarmed’ statement. (Mainstream media) is working hard to sell it!”
PM Theresa May likewise reprimanded Trump for his remarks about Khan, saying that “I think Donald Trump was wrong of the things he has said about Sadiq Khan… we have been working with Sadiq Khan — party politics are put to one side — we work together.”