This week, the liberal media has been running with the story that Donald Trump canceled a trip to England because he was scared of protests. Here’s how one liberal outlet framed it.
From The Guardian:
Donald Trump has cancelled a visit to Britain next month to open the new US embassy in London, amid fears of mass protests.
The London mayor, Sadiq Khan, said Trump had “got the message” that many Londoners staunchly opposed his policies and actions.
“It appears that President Trump got the message from the many Londoners who love and admire America and Americans but find his policies and actions the polar opposite of our city’s values of inclusion, diversity and tolerance,” Khan said on Friday.
Basically, the left wants us to believe that Trump is too scared to go to England because people won’t like him there. Obviously, that’s far-fetched and doesn’t really pass the eye test. According to Trump, here’s the real reason.
If Trump didn’t want to take part in a ceremony for a building he didn’t agree with then he shouldn’t do it. There shouldn’t be a problem there.
The media has been reporting that Bush was the one who decided to move the embassy. Doesn’t really matter. Obama went with it as well and clearly, it was an unnecessary move that Trump opposes.
The funny thing is that even if Trump was concerned about protests. Who cares? There is no reason to be even remotely confident that Mayor Khan has things under control over there and Trump has plenty of important things to do over here. There’s no need to fly over to England for a photo op. That’s an Obama move.
Obviously, Trump is going to go visit Theresa May at some point.
From BizPac Review:
British Prime Minister Theresa May has invited President Trump to visit the UK, although a visit date has not been set.
It’s probably a good thing Trump isn’t going to England. They have enough to worry about over there without the distraction of Trump’s visit. For starters, the people voted to leave the European Union in June of 2016 and they are still arguing about how to make that happen.
The country is also facing a dire healthcare crisis.
The warning has been issued in a letter to the prime minister signed by 68 senior A&E doctors, spelling out the danger patients are facing this winter.
It comes as reports have emerged of people being left for hours on trolleys in corridors and stuck in ambulances.
Hospital bosses said they had run out of beds as they battle with “very high” rates of flu.
Official figures show the number of hospital admissions from flu has risen by more than 50% in the past week in England, although Public Health England officials said the levels were certainly not “unprecedented”.
Instead, hospital bosses have blamed the bed shortages on a lack of money and staff.
On top of that, London isn’t exactly firing on all cylinders and we know things aren’t going well when it comes to fighting terrorism and radical Islam.
Maybe England should just focus on England for a while and let Trump stay here and work on his America first agenda.
[Note: This post was written by Andrew Mark Miller]