Published: Fri, July 13, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Kristi Paul

Bossy Baby Trump Blimp Heads North to Haunt Scotland

Bossy Baby Trump Blimp Heads North to Haunt Scotland

President Trump criticized British Prime Minister Theresa May's handing of Brexit Thursday, telling The Sun newspaper that her plan was "very unfortunate" and would "probably" kill any possible trade deal between the us and the United Kingdom. She was born on the Isle of Lewis before emigrating to the USA in the 1930s.

"They will. I have no doubt about it", he said.

He also described Turnberry as "magical" and "one of my favourite places", adding: "My mother was born in Scotland and I have great friendships over there".

"The conditions which I have been made aware of are not acceptable", Ms Mills said.

British Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband, Philip May, greeting President Donald Trump and the first lady, Melania Trump, at Blenheim Palace on Thursday in Woodstock, England. "They were frank, but there was no finger-pointing or lack of respect", the French president said. I was very saddened to see he was leaving government and I hope he goes back in at some point.

When asked about Trump's remarks, May said in Brussels: "What we are doing is delivering on the vote of the British people... that's what our proposal does".

Some 77 percent of Britons have an unfavorable view of Trump, according to a poll by YouGov with 1,648 respondents.


Both Leonard and Harvie believe the Scottish government should rule out the use of the public airport for Trump's visit.

The poll conducted this week said 63% found Trump racist, and 74% said he was sexist.

He has clashed with the Labour mayor several times in the past, including over his administration's visa policy and most recently over Khan's decision to allow a enormous Trump blimp to fly over London.

For some Leavers, it's nuts to claim we can make the most of the world outside if we are still sticking to European Union rules.

Supporters of Donald Trump say a protest baby blimp set to fly over London is disrespectful to the President - but one thinks he will actually find it "funny".

May said there is "no stronger alliance" than the special relationship between the two countries and "there will be no alliance more important in the years ahead".

But Brexit champion Nigel Farage predicted there would be a "real clash" on Brexit.


'I also represent a lot of people in Europe because a lot of people from Europe are in the United States'. When he leaves Britain on Sunday, after a trip to Scotland where he owns two golf courses, he heads to Helsinki for a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

It was announced last week that Trump will spend just one night in the capital.

Well, at least Melania Trump is spending her time in London - and maybe Donald Trump could take some learning from that.

Later, asked about Theresa May's plan for leaving the European Union, he echoed the British Prime Minister's own words that "Brexit should mean Brexit".

In an interview with The Sun, he shoots down the chances of a trade deal with the USA if she sticks to her carefully crafted compromise Brexit plan.

Mr. Trump landed in London on Thursday afternoon for a four-day visit that includes tea with the Queen at Windsor Palace, a black-tie dinner at Winston Churchill's birthplace and a few rounds of golf in Scotland.

The biggest protests will be on Friday, when tens of thousands of people are expected to march through central London and converge on the iconic Trafalgar Square.


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