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British Resistance Ralllies Protesters to Thwart Trump Attempt to Sneak Across Their Border

July 3, 2017

U.K. Protesters Rally for Surprise Trump Visit British protesters have vowed not to let U.S. President Donald Trump visit the country uninterrupted amid reports he is planning a surprise trip to the U.K. “Donald Trump is planning to sneak into…

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BREAKING: Trump Jr. Attacks London Mayor as His City Deals with Horrific Terror Attack

March 22, 2017

Trump Jr. Uses London Mayor as Propaganda Straw Man During Attack on London As a terrorist attack rattled London, Wednesday afternoon, Donald Trump’s adult son Donald Jr., decided it was a good time to criticize the mayor of London, Sadiq…

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Trump Administration Humiliated, Forced to Apologize to Top US Ally for International Incident

March 17, 2017

In mid-January the United Kingdom Parliament, in response to President Trump’s proposed ban on Muslim immigrants and migrants, debated (ironically) banning him from visiting the country for the rest of his tenure as President. While the measure did not go…

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As He Tries To Weasel Out Of It, Trump Told He Can’t Escape ‘Biggest Protest In British History’

February 14, 2017

President Donald Trump’s administration is rescheduling his trip to the United Kingdom in the hopes of avoiding what may well be the biggest protest in British history, The Independent reports.  Thousands — and possibly millions will protest His visit will…

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UK On Donald Trump: Ban The Bloody Wanker (VIDEO)

January 19, 2016

Parliament debates a ban on Donald Trump after 576K sign a petition. Mr. Trump, London calling. It would seem Parliament is not amused. A petition in the United Kingdom to ban Donald Trump from entering the country rocketed to over 576,000…

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Yes Ennui Can: Liberal #TPP Fight Proves Dysfunction Of Two-Party System

May 18, 2015

Recent international news reminds us of how unique America’s two-party system is. Elections in Israel and the UK demonstrated both the virtues and the vertigo-inducing chaos of multi-party parliamentarian democracies. In both countries, the victors were decided based on their…

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