Donald Trump called Duchess Meghan ‘nasty’ for not supporting him in 2016

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As I’ve already said, I’m truly sorry that Donald Trump is going to the UK. I’m sorry you UK Celebitches will have his foul odor in your country. I’m sorry that we’re exporting our dumbest person however briefly. I’m also sorry that Donald Trump is bringing his large adult children along for the ride – Ivanka will be there, baby-whispering utter gibberish, Don Jr. will be there, because Bob Mueller didn’t feel like indicting him, and Eric and Tiffany will also be around.

Since this is a real state visit and Trump is nominally a “real” president (not really), he did the thing that all presidents do, which is grant a few interviews to a media outlets from the country he’s about to visit. That’s how a journalist from The Sun ended up in the Oval Office, and that’s how Donald Trump commented on the Duchess of Sussex. Before she married Harry, Meghan made several public comments about how Trump is a misogynist and a hateful person. I guess the Sun’s journalist repeated those quotes to Trump. And he reacted.

President Trump has revealed his shock at Meghan Markle’s “nasty” comments about him — but believes she will make a great American princess. The US leader can expect a lavish welcome from the Queen, Charles and Harry at Buckingham Palace on Monday. Speaking to The Sun in the Oval Office, Mr Trump told of his great honour at meeting the 93-year-old monarch again, and how he’s ready to lock horns with the Prince of Wales on climate change.

Relations with Meghan are believed to be much frostier — yet Trump was generous in his praise for the new mum. Officially she will miss next week’s functions while on maternity with three-week-old son Archie. But it is thought she and Trump are being kept apart to avoid an embarrassing confrontation. LA—born Meghan, 37, accused him of being “misogynistic” and “divisive” during his 2016 presidential campaign. The ex-Suits actress also pledged to vote for his rival Hillary Clinton.

Told of Meghan’s barbs by The Sun, Mr Trump insisted it was the first time he’d heard them.

He said: “I didn’t know that. What can I say? I didn’t know that she was nasty.”

When told Meghan had threatened to leave for Canada if he won in 2016, he countered: “A lot of people are moving here (to the US).”

He also revealed that he had no idea that he wouldn’t be meeting Meghan on his three-day state visit to the UK. He said: “I didn’t know that. I hope she is OK.”

Rather than hit back at Meghan in his customary fashion, the President seemed willing to mend fences — while saying she can flourish in her new role. He predicted she will make “a very good” American princess. On her joining the Royal Family, he added: “It is nice, and I am sure she will do excellently. She will be very good. I hope she does (succeed).”

[From The Sun]

There’s a lot of documentation that Trump lobs the word “nasty” at women of color most of all, although he famously referred to Hillary Clinton as “nasty” repeatedly. That’s what he thinks of women who don’t like him, who know he’s a misogynist, who aren’t brainwashed sheep who vote against their interests: they are Nasty Women. As for the rest of it, the thing that bothered me the most was how the Sun – and not Trump – framed Meghan’s premarital political views. “LA—born Meghan, 37, accused him of being ‘misogynistic’ and ‘divisive’ during his 2016 presidential campaign.” No, really. “Accused”? Saying he was and is misogynistic and divisive is a statement of fact, see also: he called her “nasty” because she didn’t vote for him.

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  1. 10KTurtle says:

    I’m so glad Meghan has a valid excuse to stay home.

    • (TheOG)@Jan90067 says:

      I’m sure she’s VERY glad to not to have to attend. Hope Harry decontaminates himself before coming home to her and Archie. #IStandWithNastyWomenEverywhere #LuckyMeghan 😊

      • Trashaddict says:

        Harry: we apologize. Really. We hope you and Meghan will bring the baby for a state visit after we get a nicer President in office.

    • Himmiefan says:

      I think Harry should pull out of the lunch with Trump. Anne can go in his place since she’d probably get Trump in a head lock. Or Mia Tindell, and she can put her hand over Trump’s mouth like she did Prince George.

      • jwoolman says:

        Yes, definitely Harry should not go near Trump, who was his usual disrespectful self to Harry’s wife until he suddenly remembered he needed to play nice until he got his official visit.

        Trump should never have been invited to the U.K. or anywhere in the first place and should be turned away at the border as a terrorist. And anybody in the U.K. should consider the source before taking any of his advice on domestic political matters. If you want to follow the advice of a belligerent, vengeful ignoramus, of course, go ahead.

        Consider that when Trump was asked for his opinion about Brexit during the campaign, he had no idea what it was about. I suspect he is in favor of it now only because someone told him that Obama had suggested it would be problematic and that the US would have to preferentially negotiate trade with the much larger EU for obvious reasons. It’s a matter of size. That’s how Trump has decided what to tear down here in the US – whatever Obama approved, he wants to destroy. He is not thinking at all about the U.K. and simply doesn’t understand anything about international affairs or trade. He certainly knows nothing about U.K. history or politics or the needs of people there.

        Beware of any U.K. politicians that Trump does approve. They are unlikely to be good for the U.K.

      • Megan says:

        I hope Buck House has a vat of hand sanitizer.

      • Lorelei says:

        Yes, if Harry is so “minor” and “insignificant,” as we’re constantly told, then why on earth should he be expected to do this? Send Edward or one of the Yorks or whoever as a buffer for the Queen.

      • Lorelei says:

        @JWoolman I agree with you that he never should have been invited in the first place. F-ck protocol— this is just more normalizing of him. The man has children dying in cages and they invite him for a state visit? I’m sorry but that’s garbage.

    • Bella DuPont says:

      Trump uses a denial in lieu of an apology (no matter how damning the evidence). It’s a classic strategy of his.

    • Some chick says:

      I’m just going to amplify what Lorelei had to say:

      “@JWoolman I agree with you that he never should have been invited in the first place. F-ck protocol— this is just more normalizing of him. The man has children dying in cages and they invite him for a state visit? I’m sorry but that’s garbage.”

      One of the good things about social media is that we can make it very obvious that Not All Americans support this semi sentient bag of trash.

  2. Avalanche says:

    A real state visit or a real estate visit? I’m sure he wouldn’t be above selling his influence to the highest bidder.

  3. Digital Unicorn says:

    Its ok we Brits know that the majority of Americans are sane people who did not vote for him. Am triggered that he’s bringing ALL of the crotch goblins with him – for no other reason than to show off about how they hung out with Royalty.

    Also he needs to shut up about Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage – no matter how he tries to ‘embiggen’ them it won’t work. We already know how toxic awful people both of them are and any endorsements from Trump only makes us hate them more.

    This is just the usual sh!t stirring from the UK tabloids.

    • Bee says:

      The most toxic candidate will win. You can pretty much take that to the bank these days.

    • Snappyfish says:

      I adore you!! “Crotch goblins”
      Shall be now I forever refer to those screaming roads that are his offspring. I had always felt sorry for Tiffany but she has hitched her wagon to the orange buffoon so…

    • minx says:

      Thank you, sorry this fat criminally insane POS is visiting your wonderful country.

  4. Catwoman says:

    Trump calls any woman who disagrees with him nasty regardless of the color of their skin. He is a misogynist and racist evil asshat but he is an equal opportunity hurler if insults.

    • E. B. Mann says:

      +1. He calls women “nasty” b/c that’s what his daddy called women who refused to be groped, cheated or abused—in the 1950s! Nasty Women of the World Unite! (You have nothing to loose but your rights.)

      • Stubbylove says:

        “No my name ain’t baby, it’s Janet. Miss Jackson if you’re Nasty”. Rock on Nasty Women of the World!

      • Trashaddict says:

        Speaking of which, Nasty Women of the World. It’s time to start up an idea called National Condom Week, an idea whose time has come (no pun intended). You don’t want women to abort any fetuses? Put a lid on your D!@&.
        I’ll probably get moderated for this, but Georgia, Alabama and the Orange Cheetoh from Hell are making me rage-y.

    • AnnaKist says:

      “Waaahhh, Meghan thaid thome weally, weally mean thingth about me *sob*”.
      Arrrrgh. He’s such a bloody tosser.

    • PrincessK says:

      Meghan made some honest comments about her view of Trump, before she married into a family not allowed to express political views. I applaud her for that. If she had a eye on Harry for decades like the idiot trolls keep saying, then she might have kept silent and apolitical and hung around for years waiting to bag her Prince..like some people…🙄. If Meghan had done that she would have severely criticised for that.

      Has Trump forgotten his nasty comments about members of the royal family, including Harry’s mother Diana. What a fool, how he is President of the United States, really beggars belief.

      Also the way Trump treated the Obama’s was beyond reprehensible.

      • Lady D says:

        “Has Trump forgotten” …pretty much a given no matter the topic.

      • Some chick says:

        He is “president” of the US because of CHEATING. Let us not forget that he lost the popular vote! Let us not forget that the Russians and Julian Assange and the Republicans did the utmost to game the “election” results.

        Hillary should have won, by absolutely every measure. Same with Stacy Abrams. They win by cheating. That tells you something right there.

  5. Becks1 says:

    Yeah, that lunch with him and Harry is going to be interesting and not at all awkward.

    I feel like calling Donald Trump “divisive” is probably one of the nicer things you can say about him, so props to Meghan for being so diplomatic, lol.

    I still cant believe he is bringing his four adult children with him. How embarrassing.

    • Lightpurple says:

      Harry is going to have a very uncomfortable time as Nagini spends the entire meeting trying to slither into his lap

      • Jerusha says:

        Poor girl has given up on Justin, I take it? Doubt she’s getting much from ball-less Ken. But don’t worry, Daddy loves(lusts for) you, Sweetums.

      • Melly says:

        Harry should just serve salad and only healthy options at the lunch with Trump. No soda or ketchup. That’s how you do subtle shade.

    • Giddy says:

      He will be his usual horrid self. No matter what is served he might ask for ketchup and a coke to drink. Will he try to hug TQ? Possibly. I hate him so much.

    • PrincessK says:

      I would bet my bottom dollar that Trump and his wife will bring a big baby gift for Archie.

      • Jerusha says:

        Something tacky. Maybe gold plated. Have you ever googled his hideous trump tower apartment?

    • Betsy says:

      Babysitters. His brain continues to melt and they’re not willing to help close the cash drawer (or open the indictments till), so they’ll nominally assist in caregiving. Isn’t travel incredibly destabilizing for people with dementia?

  6. Megan says:

    Ugh, I figured Trump would wait until he got to the UK to start offending the BRF. He also said he hopes his spawn gets to hang out with the younger royals. I’m sure big game hunters have a ton in common with conservationists.

    I hope Meghan doesn’t give a crap about this ogre’s reaction to her speaking the truth.

    • IlsaLund says:

      Yeah, how low classy can the Trump clan be? All traveling at government expense, so they can get photo ops with the Royal Family. Guess they want to be BFFs with the Royals. After all if Harry and William can host and befriend the Obamas they can surely do the same for them. Thing is the Obamas have more class and intelligence in their pinky fingers than the whole lot of the Trumps.

    • Becks1 says:

      Does he think that Ivanka and Jared and their kids are going to have a play date with Will and Kate and the Cambridge kids? I can see Don Jr and William now discussing spending time in Africa – Don Jr talking about killing elephants and William being like, ummm, so I am involved in these foundations……

    • Lightpurple says:

      His spawn, particularly Nagini, think they are royalty as it is.

    • boz says:

      I hope Meghan wears it with pride like a badge of honor. She’s now a full-fledged member of the Nasty Woman Sisterhood.

  7. Weaver says:

    I really don’t think Harry should meet with someone who insulted his wife. There’s really no reason for Harry to be there considering we’ve been reminded over and over he’s only 6th in line to the throne and a “minor” royal.

    • tempest prognosticator says:

      I wish duels were still a thing. I’d like to see Harry challenge that ridiculous man to a duel.

      • Lilly (with the double-L) says:

        I immediately thought of Inigo Montoya and how his opponent immediately ran away. Predator-in-chief would run away, just not quickly. I really wish the RF would break protocol and Prince Harry would not attend. Anyway thanks for the laugh @Tempest

    • Megan says:

      Trump has also insulted Kate and made so creepy remarks about Diana. None of them should have to meet him.

      • Earthbound says:

        He is so endlessly disgusting, who says such things publicly about the beloved daughter in law of the Queen of our closest ally. Any other decent person would have said something like “Well I hope to prove her wrong about that”.

        Watch and see I bet Harry won’t show to that lunch. Just watch.

        What did he say about Kate, people are saying she said stuff about Kate too, what did he say?

      • Original Jenns says:

        I will support another revolutionary war in favor of Britain if Harry, on camera, asks trump what he meant about his mother needing an HIV test before he would sleep with her.

      • Megan says:

        Jenn’s – you win the day!!!!!!!

      • madthinking says:

        Yes Trump was horrible with Diana. He put Diana on his list of top women he’d like to f()*k and said so on Howard Stern and another interview. However, she would have to have an HIV test first, again his words in an interview. Also, he offered her a free membership to Mar-a-Largo, she declined, and he sent her tons of flowers. She thought he was creepy and stalkerish. Bingo!!!!

        I think Harry should definitely not go, especially with the new comment about his wife. I wouldn’t want to go if I was William either, but as he probably will be King he might be forced to go. There has to be perks to being the spare, and I hope this would be one of them. Most the time royal duties don’t seem so bad, but this royal duty really seems like a big chore.

    • boredblond says:

      I would have increased respect for Harry if he was a no-show..I’m sure he could find an excuse. The only way to piss trump off is to deny him a credibility photo op to feed faux news. I get that they’re supposed to be apolitical, but this isn’t about r vs d, and they’ve taken moral stances in the past.

      • Deedee says:

        I think I would throw myself down some stairs if I were him.

      • PrincessK says:

        Harry is probably thinking about his poor 93 year old grandmother who is now having to deal with this oaf for the second time, the first time she did it all alone because none of her kids wanted to be involved. The royal family and Mrs May will show Trump what good manners are. Harry is right to agree to help out, his wife is not the only member of the RF who Trump has been rude about.

    • Jumpingthesnark says:

      I’m assuming grandmama asked him to be her wingman. Prob hard to say no to grandmama, esp in that family.

  8. Loretta says:

    Happy that Meghan has an exuse to stay home. Little Archie already helping his mum.

  9. aquarius64 says:

    This is not the first time Trump heard Meghan’s comments. Piers Morgan lobbed that grenade to Trump during an interview last year. Piers must feel great for being summarily ghosted by the POTUS he sucks up to. All Trump did was prove Meghan’s point with that cheap shot. The misogyny is strong with British media for, with the exception of the Guardian, not calling out Trump for the nasty comments he said about Kate and Diana. I guess it’s ok to address royal women in sexual terms especially if they don’t push back. But Trump is getting pushback on social media.

  10. Joy says:

    My god. His makes less sense as time goes on. By the end of his reign of terror he will be holding up picture cards to communicate.

  11. Who ARE these people? says:

    Am I the only one who thinks about how I would handle being pressed into greeting a vile but powerful person? What are Harry’s options? He has to show loyalty to his wife first. I hope he finds a way to make a subtle statement.

    • aquarius64 says:

      I don’t know. You know Trump will go on TV and lie and stay Harry apologized to him about Meghan, just like he lied about the queen making him late during last year’s visit. The speech at the banquet is going to be a mess.

      • Who ARE these people? says:

        Ugh. And Ivanka gets to play princess. I hope the corgis bite them all in the ankle and Philip decides to take them for a drive.

      • jwoolman says:

        I hope people walk out on Trump if he says his usual Trumpy things.

    • joanne says:

      I really love your comment “and Philip decides to take them for a drive”. What perfect shade to all. Thank you for the laugh.

  12. IlsaLund says:

    Meghan can never win. This was just an excuse to drag her again and stir up controversy. And the media is doing its best to take cheap shots at her in how this story is being reported. And, oh my god, the comments by some posters. One woman said Meghan should remember her country of birth and not use maternity leave as an excuse not to meet with the American President.

    • aquarius64 says:

      Meghan joins the ranks of other prominent women who Trump insulted so she should wear it as a badge of honor. I like the fact that no official statement from BP for an apology or on sussexroyal. I think Trump is trying to force the queen to have Meghan meet him.

      • Who ARE these people? says:

        If he did it would be on Ivankas’s request.

      • Hermione says:

        You may be right that this is a move designed to try and force Meghan to meet with the whole Trump clan. She’s officially on maternity leave and should not be required to be anywhere near those odious people.

      • Megan says:

        Trump clearly had no idea that Meghan had a baby three weeks ago.

      • My3cents says:

        Yup. Proud Nasty Woman.

      • Kittycat says:

        @MEGAN I would like to add I dont think trump expected Meghan to STILL be on Maternity leave.
        In the US woman het in average 6 weeks

      • Becks1 says:

        To be honest, I kind of feel like Meghan may have made an appearance before now (not as an end to her maternity leave, but just maybe tag along with harry to an event or something, kind of like Kate did shortly after George was born), but I think she is holding tight to her maternity leave until after this visit. Had she made one public appearance before now, there would have been an expectation that she met with Trump. As it is, its much simpler to say “sorry, no, she’s not working right now.”

        (I’m not saying that I don’t think she should take a maternity leave, but I just would not have been surprised had she made a random appearance or something.)

    • judith reeder says:

      I would use any excuse I could to keep from meeting him, And I live in the US, but I sure didn’t vote for him!!!

      • jwoolman says:

        She could say coming within 50 feet of Trump would contaminate her milk. And Harry has to stay home because he may bring back some of the toxin.

        William needs to come up with an excuse also, since this toad insulted both his wife and his mother.

        The Queen is used to meeting with awful dictators, she’ll manage.

  13. Swack says:

    Can someone explain (because I’m a bit baffled by this) why if this is an official state visit are his grown children allowed to go? I get Barron going as a minor (and is apparently not going) but why the others get to go on our dime or be part of it?

    • IlsaLund says:

      Cause those ignorant free loaders are gate crashing a formal state visit for personal profit. They want to be seen with royalty and become BFFs with the younger royals.

      • Megan says:

        Because the American is a corrupt nation where those in power can abuse their authority with complete impunity.

    • Snowflake says:

      They shouldn’t be allowed but I guess it’s up to T rump who he takes. The Republicans would be outraged if Obama took adult children with him. I’m so disgusted. The passes Trump has been given have shown me that there is NO doubt all the shit they gave Obama was because of the color of his skin.

      • Hermione says:

        Yes, anyone with eyes and who chooses to see, can see Obama’s mistreatment and the disrespect shown him was all about the color of his skin.

      • Megan says:

        It should be noted that the racists are also classists. They hated Bill Clinton for his humble roots.

    • Lightpurple says:

      Because Congress has failed to evict Nagini, who thinks she is a princess. Not one cent of our tax money should be available to that snake but she and her very large staff travel constantly at our expense

    • Nic919 says:

      He’s already spent millions in taxpayer money going golfing every weekend and charging the government agents who stay at mar a lago so what’s another violation of rules. In less than three years he’s ripped off the government so much and little has been done. Since there is a new outrage every day this will be forgotten, but honestly I’m not sure how the US pulls back from this.

      • Digital Unicorn says:

        Do you know that he plans to go golfing in Ireland after the state visit to the UK? Apparently during his visit to Ireland on Weds he wanted to meet Mr Varadkar at said Trump golf course but the Irish PM said no which reportedly annoyed Chump.

  14. aquarius64 says:

    The American press is going full on the impeachment debate on Trump and barely mentioned the state visits except for the gaffes. Trump doesn’t want that discussion bleeding over the British press so Meghan was tossed in as a distraction. It worked.

  15. Snowflake says:

    Do you guys know about the Central Park Five? Well, I was aggravated because i never saw anything about it when Trump was running for POTUS. they never wrote anything about it. I feel the media is partially responsible for his election. They did not write about of his past misdeeds. Well, anyway, now there’s an article about the Five on Yahoo. I’m just wondering what’s up w that, like why now mfs? If they had written about that before he was elected, some may not have voted for him.

    • Hermione says:

      Well aware of the Central Park Five and Trump’s involvement. It was despicable. Netflix is showing an Ava DuVernay series on the Central Park Five called “When They See Us”. Check it out if you can

    • Who ARE these people? says:

      Ava DuVernay ‘s “When They See Us” limited series about this just premiered on Netflix.

      As for media and Trump, they’ve always been bamboozled by him and they are dominated by white men embedded in the power structure.

    • Becks1 says:

      Yeah, I think it was mentioned a few times during the campaign (Trump’s involvement) but it did not get as much attention as it should have. I cant to watch When They See Us.

    • Jerusha says:

      The Central Park Five were briefly mentioned, but I firmly believe the Trumpanzees wouldn’t give a flying fvck if it were revealed trump was the killer of Jon Benet Ramsey.

    • Sean says:

      I was just going to mention this. Trump took out full-pages ads in all of NYC’s major papers as well as went on television stating the death penalty should have been reinstated because of the jogger case. Then, when the five were exonerated in the 2000s, Trump doubled-down on his assertion they were guilty and deserved harsher punishment. He’s just the worst. I sincerely hope he experiences a downfall that will be swift and mighty.

    • emmy says:

      I’m not in the US but I heard/saw them and Trump’s role mentioned. But IIRC, the press lost interest quickly every time because the Douchetard dropped a Tweet, insulting and offending … well, someone. And they were distracted like an overwhelmed toddler. The press really dropped the ball. Hard.

      I honestly wonder who he would have to call names in the BRF for them to be able to say go to hell. Would he have to call QEII an old hag? Ugly? I mean calling Meghan nasty seems a dealbreaker.

    • Wendy says:

      They were written about before he was elected, people just didn’t pay attention because Trump’s involvement in the case did not go beyond publishing that full page NYT ad against them, and since he generates new attacks on people every day, it’s hard to pay attention to every bullshit thing he says and does. The reason the case is back in the news now is because of the new Ava DuVernay series on the case, but even she says Trump is a footnote, not the focus. The focus is and should be on the boys (now men) who were wrongfully imprisoned.

      https://www.thedailybeast.com/netflixs-when-they-see-us-ava-duvernay-on-central-park-five-case-and-why-she-treated-trump-as-a-footnote

    • Yup, Me says:

      Black folks (and Black media outlets) actually were talking about Dump’s treatment of the Central Park 5 in 2016.

      I’m not sure who your “they” are?

      • Snowflake says:

        I’m not sure if you’re talking to me but by they i meant journalists. If journalists had written about trump’s history of racism and not paying his bills, I feel some people would not have voted for him. But instead journalists focused on Hillary’s mistakes exclusively imo. I tried to look up the central park five on the internet while he was running for office and I had a hard time finding any mention of it. Almost as if somehow it was removed.

    • madthinking says:

      It was mentioned, but the problem with Trump is there are so many omg moments I think people end up not listening to them. We are all past our attention limit with him. Plus, I still have a theory the media’s main contribution was constantly talking about how Trump couldn’t win and Hillary was way ahead. I think a fair amount of people just didn’t vote, at least 80,000 in Wisconsin, PA, and Michigan who gave him the Presidency. They are doing it again too. The polls were off a bit, especially state polls. Sure most were in the margin of error, but even today they are touting the polls. It’s a bit crazy.

      • Trashaddict says:

        I watched on Election night when the media applied the language of failure to Hillary and the language of success to Trump. This happens to many women. The wouldn’t say,
        “If Hillary wins this state…”, they would say, “If Hillary DOESN”T win this state…” and similar negatives, over and over. If you watch for this language, you’ll see it in lots of places. Beware of it and fight it. It erodes the confidence of others in us and erodes our confidence in ourselves.

  16. Hermione says:

    I pray Britain gives Trump and his family the welcome they deserve.

    • Digital Unicorn says:

      There are massive protests planned for the trip duration – I will be going.

    • ElleKaye says:

      I love the UK for so very many reason, but one of them is their disdain for Trump. There is a petition with over 1 million signatures to ban him from the country. Once it reached 100,000 signatures, it was debated in parliament. He was banned from addressing parliament by The Commons speaker, John Bercow in 2017, and Bercow stands by that ban on this visit. Bercow said being invited to address Parliament was “not an automatic right” but “an earned honour”.

      Trump plans to be in Normandy for the anniversary of D-Day. What an affront to those who died there. Trump (and his staff) ran ads with russian soldiers in the background when he was running for president. He didn’t know the difference between american military uniforms and russian uniforms. He refused to serve when others went to war and died. He is a disgrace.

      Nope…I don’t like him.

      • Jerusha says:

        And his father never served. And his grandfather never served(reason he was kicked out of Germany). And his sons never served. And his son-in-law never served. But take, take, take, take, take, take, take. Hell, yes!

      • ElleKaye says:

        And he is the Commander-in Chief. Ugh!

      • IlsaLund says:

        He’s the Grifter in chief. Trump and his entire family are nothing but takers and users.

  17. Ravensdaughter says:

    I have a question. I know the Queen doesn’t vote, but do the other Royals? If the other Royals vote, that means that Meghan-who I believe will be a dual citizen-at least can vote in 2020…

    • jwoolman says:

      I hope she stays a dual citizen and does vote. Who will know? She can vote absentee.

      Nobody should have to stop being a citizen of their birth country just because of their spouse. Wait until the U.K. goes to war against the US, then she might need to make some decisions…. Or not. Being a US citizen doesn’t mean you have to go along with every damn fool war the government gets us into.

      The whole idea of royals not voting is kind of stupid anyway – so they aren’t full citizens?!? It’s one thing to not express political views in public, but quite another to not even vote in private. It makes them children forever.

    • Tina says:

      All of them except the Queen can vote, technically, but I don’t think any of them do. I’d be a bit annoyed if Charles or William voted, but the others can vote as far as I am concerned. They aren’t children though, they have far more soft power with the government than any of us ordinary voters (witness the attention and funding given to mental health following Heads Together).

  18. Insomniac says:

    Welcome to the Nasty Woman brigade, Meghan. We have cookies.

  19. Lorelei says:

    Brits, how does the protocol around the State Dinner work? Does each member of the Trump family walk in with a royal? And how does the seating work? Like will William and Kate be stuck sitting near DJT/Melania or Ivanka and Jared?

    Ugh it is going to be such a sh!tshow.

    • Digital Unicorn says:

      The walk in is only really for the Pres and his wife – the people who sit at the top table. I don’t think the crotch goblins will be at the top table as the PM will be sat there as well as other diplomats like the US Ambassador.

      I could be wrong but they should already be at their tables with the walk in happens and am not sure they will get a royal escort.

      Apparently they are bringing spouses so Ken Doll and the Ivanka wannbe will there. I wonder if Uday will bring Ms Joker. I’m also surprised Tiffany will be there given how he and her older siblings like to pretend she doesn’t exist.

    • Himmiefan says:

      Hopefully William will yank Ivanka’s chair out from under her as she’s sitting down.

  20. Casey20 says:

    All this Coming from a person that is on record saying he “grabs woman by the puss*! For the Sun and any publications to try and make Meghan to be the villain is just stupid and laughable. The Brits unfortunately, have put themselves in the position where they have to suck up to Trump in such a public fashion. I feel sorry and disgusted that they are being USED by a fake POTUS! If he gets just one view of any type of protest from the Brits he will have a tantrum (ie USS McCain). Withstanding the embarrassment all around…Brits please please protest the hell out of this visit. Fly your baby Orange Blimp high and proud. Because I can promise you one thing……Trump will use your country for the adulation he demanded and than turn on you like the snake he is!!! Trump only calls strong, independent, educated women Nasty…I’m a card carrying member and I’m honored to have the DoS stand with me!!!

    • jwoolman says:

      How is sucking up to Trump at all beneficial to the U.K.? You can’t trust a word he says. He pulls out of agreements on a whim. He has made agreements at international meetings and then reversed himself while still on Air Force One going home.

      You cannot negotiate with such a person. The U.K. should look elsewhere and not worry about what Trump thinks about them. He is only in office because Vladimir Putin (our de-facto President) wanted him to be there. If he stays in office, it will be only due to another illegal heist of our elections, and he is in a position to prevent any obstacles to that now.

      We are now a banana republic except with imported bananas. And soybeans that have, thanks to Trump’s idiocy, lost the Chinese customers who bought 1/3 of them.

      • Casey20 says:

        jwoolman: This is the position that Brexit has put the Brits in….they have no choice. Why the British felt they could be an independent nation free of EU is beyond me. Obama warned them of the harsh realities but here they are….one single country with very few exports to offer but in desperate need of deals for imports of goods and services to their country. Thus they must prostrate and bring out their beloved Queen to figuratively bow to an illegitimate elected POTUS who will surely make them pay with their pride and honor of which he has none. It’s a show at the Brits expense and shameful for most Americans to watch. One can only hope after Ole Bone Spurs make them gravel the Brits rejects brexit which origins is racism! But most importantly Americans must do their duty and vote the Clown out!!!

      • Original Jenns says:

        Just adding- I don’t think he pulls out of agreements on a whim. Maybe some. But I think a lot of it has to do with his own interest. He’ll make up some new rule or agreement and stocks will go down, he and his buddies buy the, on the cheap, and then he goes back on the original deal, causing stocks to rise again. I’m sure it does it in other areas, too. He’s making more money off the country thanks to the presidency than he ever would have as a slum lord and busted reality show host.

      • Trashaddict says:

        Bingo, Original Jenns, my thought exactly.

  21. aquarius64 says:

    Protests are scheduled June 4. The Stable Genius may have turned Meghan and the Royal Family a rallying cry.

  22. FHMom says:

    Ha. So Tiffany does t count? I m so glad Meghan doesn’t have to meet him.

  23. Jerusha says:

    Yesterday Mary Chapin Carpenter’s IG showed her flying to GB. Someone asked if she was on Air Force 1. Her response-“I’d rather eat a cockroach.” Love you, Mary.

  24. Megs says:

    I was working out and turned on our condo’s tv and Fox News was on (Whoever works out before me is always watching Fox) and this was on it and the Fox hosts were remarking about how he was so gracious in his response and “why doesn’t the media cover this response of his?” And I thought, yep, that’s where we’re at, it should be national news when our president doesn’t completely insult someone and he stays relatively calm. Wow, we’ve really learned to dream big haven’t we 🙄

    • (TheOG)@Jan90067 says:

      You’re a better woman than me, Meg. When I go downstairs to my condo’s gym, and some a$$hat has on Faux State “News”, I ask how much longer they’ll be, then I walk out and come back. I can’t stomach that sh!t!

    • ElleKaye says:

      Yes, how gracious, he only said, “I didn’t know that she was nasty.” He didn’t say, I didn’t know she SAID nasty things. No, he called HER nasty.

      Trump wants credibility with the royal family, or, more likely, his daughter wants credibility/respect from the royal family. Daddy is playing his version of nice to make her happy. It won’t last. It can’t. His foot has taken up permanent residence in his mouth, just as his head is lodged firmly in his sigmoid colon.

    • Snowflake says:

      Oh girl, I’m living in the Panhandle of Florida and they play Fox News everywhere. It’s horrible

  25. aquarius64 says:

    This.is.funny. Trump is now demanding an apology from CNN, claiming he never called Meghan nasty

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.newsweek.com/trump-claims-he-never-called-meghan-markle-nasty-demands-apology-cnn-even-1441478%3famp=1

    This latest round of ratchet behavior is on tape. Some minion must have told Trump he got on the wrong side of Harry, Charles and the queen about this and the Orange Menace is afraid the queen will pull the plug on all the royal pageantry that is planned for him.

  26. adastraperaspera says:

    Trump is very predictably causing a controversy before he goes, to bait the media and stir emotions. He does this to distract from his actual purpose for the trip, and the media falls for this every time. I believe he and his children are going over there in order to meet privately with sanctioned Russian oligarchs and other shady mob figures who aren’t allowed to enter the U.S.–they’re basically getting their next set of marching orders and/or crafting exit plans. Remember, Trump famously does not like email or other electronic communication. In true mob boss form, he needs one-on-one meetings with his cronies (all hostile to the U.S. and western democracies). I think this is what the North Korea meetings have also been about. Ignore the verbal assaults he throws to distract from the real story–he has more work to do for Putin & Co.

    • (TheOG)@Jan90067 says:

      I’ve discussed this very thing on Twitter, and I SO totally agree with you. I wish there was a way for the press to “assign” someone to cover/tail *each* one of them, to see where they go, every min. of every day, and monitor phone calls to foreign embassies. It’s SO obvious to me that this WILL happen.

      • IlsaLund says:

        I hope the CIA will spy on them. Trump’s thrown the intelligence community under the bus so many times…payback may be coming.

      • Melly says:

        Make no mistake, MI5 will be monitoring

    • jwoolman says:

      They should watch every single Trump carefully, but especially watch Jared. He’s the one who tried to set up a back-door communication channel at the Russian Embassy during the transition. Somebody smarter than him realized that the Russians in the US are under serious surveillance. So he switched to hopping around the world to places where he could meet with Putin’s people unnoticed and also make phone calls without US intelligence listening in.

      Trump chats with his friends every night on an unsecured phone that he has been warned lets Chinese and Russian intelligence listen to the calls. I think this is not a bug but a feature. It’s part of the way he communicates to Putin.

      Ivanka may very well be used as a conduit for communication with Putin and his representatives, similarly to Jared.

    • anon says:

      You’re right about those one-on-one meetings, I think he had some conversation with Russian officials while on his recent trip to Japan, since he returned to the USA with a lot of nonsensical ideas that actually benefit the Kremlin: Mexico tarrifs, India tarrifs, selling arms to Turkey, the sudden middle east summit w/Israel, and Russia to put their paws on mineral resources in the Golan Heights… Every single step he does is done under intructions and vodka shots.

  27. Well-Wisher says:

    Harry will take one for the team. He has to make social conversation for four minutes. Looking at the schedules: it seems like the royal family decided to share the pain. If Prince Harry goes to lunch, he does not have to attend the state dinner. Trump will get to see his “soldiers” and get his “gun salute” accompanied by Prince Andrew. Prince Charles has the most duties first greeting two state dinners and D-Day anniversary.

    The Trumps craves the status symbol of a UK state visit because the upper class of NY C never fully accepted him. He origins is in Queens.

    The duchess exercised her rights as a citizen and shared her opinion when asked about the elections.
    I assume that made her nasty for stating the obvious.

    • Wisca says:

      Some of the most respected NYers are from Brooklyn, Queens or the Bronx. Trump is not respected because he is uniquely vulgar and does not give to charity.

  28. Britt says:

    The British Media is obsessed with Meghan. They couldn’t wait to bring up Meghan to Trump. It’s super creepy and downright disturbing. The woman is on maternity leave and is still the topic of conversation and as usual, it’s backfired. I’ve never seen a press so determined to take someone down but it always has the opposite effect.

    • Lady D says:

      I glanced at the DM homepage and saw a group of four stories about Meghan right under the Trump article. The press won’t be able to keep up with her when she goes back to work.
      OT: Is Meghan pronounced Meeghan or Mayghan?

      • jwoolman says:

        I don’t know how she actually says it, but the usual pronunciation is “MEH-gn” with the last syllable swallowed vowelless and the first syllable like seg in segment. Except maybe that’s said differently in the U.K., so …

        The only way to be sure is to hear her say it herself. She probably doesn’t care too much, as long as you don’t pronounce it Nasty.

  29. Jerusha says:

    This is from DM, so who knows, but if true, are we paying for this shit? Grifting assholes, every one of them.
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7094767/The-Trumps-book-entire-floor-22-000-night-five-star-London-hotel.html

    • Digital Unicorn says:

      It would seem that even the US Ambassador refuses to have the crotch goblins in his home – Emperor In Toilet Training must be taking up all the space. I cannot wait for the robot to make its debut.

      There are no Trump hotels in the UK (just a couple of golf courses that I am ashamed to say are in Scotland, my home country). Scottish people are ashamed to have any connection to this family.

      • Casey20 says:

        My guest is the embassy is to secure for what Ole Bone Spurs has planned. Every single politicians in Britain that wants his support must pay homage and pledge support face to face a la Trump Tower!

  30. Marjorie says:

    I’m watching CNN right now and they replayed Drumpf calling Meghan “nasty.” He can’t get out of it.

    That Sky News commercial is everything.

    So sorry, UK.

  31. PlayItAgain says:

    I’m sorry that the Orange Buffoon is being foisted on the UK. I was shocked to hear that the Queen was giving him a state dinner. I mean, why? If they had waited two years, he’ll be out of office (with luck). Unless… hmmm….

    (James Bond music starts) The dinner is how they’re luring him and his whole damn family to the UK, where they’ll undergo an incapacitating “accident” that involves dancing girls, an invisible car, a boat chase on the Thames, the London Eye, and a goat. They all slink back to New York, Pence has to resign due to photos released of him boinking barely-legal boys, and we live happily ever after under President Pelosi. The end.

  32. Veronica S. says:

    Honestly, it’s his comments about Brexit that are beyond hilarious to me. Like, he’s really that incompetent and ignorant that he thinks countries can just walk out of negotiated treaties without ramifications, as if they hold all the cards in the global market. It just goes to show how much of his “business success” is just having money to make money or outright scamming.

  33. RoyalBlue says:

    If Trump does not apologize for calling his wife nasty I hope in principle on the day in particular for lunch that Prince Harry will be so sorry and will pass on lunch as regrettably the prince has a severe case of diarrhea. Then the next day show up to play a polo charity match.

    • Trashaddict says:

      Eh. The accidental soup spill is so much more satisfying. Particularly if it’s quite hot and directly on the crotch.

  34. Seraphina says:

    If I were Megs I would go just to one up him. Love to see his reaction. But I am glad she a very legit reason not to go.

    And I’m still annoyed his family gets to tag along. Too bad the Queen can’t say: nope. This is just us.

  35. mycomment says:

    i’m just going to take delight in the flying of baby dotard high over the London skies — that has been given approval by the mayor…

  36. Valerie says:

    He is a miasma.

  37. Jaded says:

    I think the whole stinking lot of them are going to make so many social gaffes that the entire world will be pointing and laughing at them. I can see Daddy Warbucks bumbling along ahead of the Queen, Ivanka making goo-goo eyes at Harry and playing footsie with him under the table. He’ll slurp his soup, ask for a cheeseburger and start tweeting insults during the main course. Melania will sit in terrified silence looking like a blow-up sex doll and Uday and Qusay will brag about their kills. Wouldn’t you just love it if Harry turned to Chump and said “So, I hear you think my wife is nasty. I think you owe us an apology.”

  38. Lilly (with the double-L) says:

    Thanks @Kaiser for having “Duchess Meghan,” I get tired of her pre-marriage name being used always. Just like they do to Kate and Princess Diana being dubbed lady.

  39. mycomment says:

    I hope they block princess complicit from entering the grounds of Buckingham palace… cause you just know bitch is scoping out the place.

  40. Casey20 says:

    Donnie and his family are a Shit Show. The Sun, in it’s hate for Meghan, engaged Trump in a discussion that should’ve never been had. The bottom line…. Lets be clear we would never see a headline that stated: President (Obama, Bush, Clinton) spoke to the UK Sun… are you kidding me!!!!

    • grace2 says:

      The Sun, yeah, I was thinking the same thing. I guess none of the more credible papers are interested in his opinions.

  41. Mego says:

    Trump is a narcissistic, graceless asshat for sure. But the media baited him by relaying what Meghan said in 2016. He, being easily offended, responded by implying that what she said was nasty. To him it’s nasty and it doesn’t jibe with his false self.

    It would be best for the BRF to ignore this entire thing, including Harry when he meets Trump. Meghan said what she said, has to live with it. Perhaps it ‘s a lesson too that if we are going to post negative impressions of someone in a blog etc. with our real name attached we use discretion. Talk about behaviours that disturb us rather than use labels like “misogynistic” to describe a person. Because in my view this has come back to bite her now as Duchess of Sussex. Letting this go is the best course of action for everyone and I expect that’s exactly what they’ll do.

    I dislike intentional media baiting and sensationalizing to generate news. CTV (Canadian news) has an article on it for Pete’s sake and it’s not worth the paper to write about it imo.

    • anon says:

      Shut up, Mego!

    • Casey20 says:

      Really…you’re what’s wrong with the world!!

    • Lanne says:

      Mego your comment highlights exactly what’s wrong with America today. You call trump an asshat, then you claim everyone should just appease him. That’s called enabling. I saw the dig you got in there about Meghan, too. She “has to live with what she said?” Her comment “came back to bite her?” Everybody should “just ignore” the fact that trump insulted the family of his hosts?Seriously, if you’re a trump lover, Then you should have the ovaries to say so. If not, then you should rename yourself Neville Chamberlain.

      • Mego says:

        I am not saying Trump should be appeased – we should boldly and courageously oppose his and his parties policies and actions which harm and marginalize people. I agree with Meghan regarding his actions and attitudes towards women. I also think just labeling with words like misogynist or whatever do nothing but make you an enemy of Trump. No we should not appease him but we should oppose him and any politician by describing exactly what we oppose and why. Call him a misogynist but talk about how and why too. Oppose him. Don’t be like him when you do it.

      • Lanne says:

        “Just ignore”=condone. Appease. You talk out of both sides of your mouth. You say you have “empathy” for Trump, and you respond directly to each critique of you basically walking back what you said. You said you agreed with Meghan’s assessment of trump but you don’t like the word misogynistic? This is a semantic argument now? Umm no. If you empathize with Trump, just own it. You emphasize with someone who thinks it’s okay to insult his hosts, who locks children in cages, who encourages and incites racial hatred.

        And why the “I love Obama” stuff? You know that’s a cliche for women who want to avoid criticism for voting for trump. In fact, you seem like the kind of person who criticizes trump and then will turn around and vote for him. You do not come across as a trustworthy person.

    • Beach Dreams says:

      Meghan had every right to express her opinion as a (then) private citizen whose country was holding a significant election. Attitudes like yours are exactly what keeps hatred alive; rather than call it out directly, you’d rather tip-toe around the uncomfortable truth. It just enables people like Trump to continue to get away with their behavior.

      • Mego says:

        I agree that Meghan had a right to express her opinion and support for Clinton. I am all for calling out that which harms and offends. I am not so convinced that the manner in which Trump opposers are doing it is making any difference or maybe just stoking more hatred.

        @Casey I’ll admit to having some empathy for Trump. If that is what makes me wrong with this world so be it.

        I also believe Barack Obama was the finest President to grace America. I loved He and Michelle’s intelligence, compassion and dignity and deeply grieve that is is so entirely lost now. But I want to be more like them tbh.

      • Tina says:

        Meghan expressed her support for Clinton when it did matter and could have made a difference, before the election. Letting this go would indeed be the best course of action for everyone, but Trump is incapable of letting anything go. Please let’s not require everyone else to “rise above” and “be the better person” when the other person is the President of the United States of America.

    • Jaded says:

      @Mego: Supposedly we live in a free environment where expressing what amounts to an honest, fact-based opinion is allowable. Nobody should let the immature, sand-box insults of the toddler-in-chief go by unheeded. He is what he is – a blatant misogynist – and what she said is perfectly acceptable and true. Letting this go doesn’t address the problem, it exacerbates it.

      International news coverage isn’t media-bating, we have a right and a need to know what’s going on in the world. CTV News is not Fox News, it is a credible news organization, and the insults that the bloviating, tantrum-throwing asshole-in-chief throws around should be newsworthy because this is the asshole who is leading the US, and by association the rest of the world, down a very dangerous path.

      • Mego says:

        So do you think that a full on confrontation between members of the royal family and Trump over him reacting to Meghan’s criticism by calling her nasty would be an effective thing to do? What would it change? Do you think Trump would seek to listen and understand Meghan’s point of view?

        I said the person interviewing Trump, in my opinion, was baiting him by talking about Meghan calling him misogynistic. His reaction has predictably generated lots of media coverage. Have we learned anything about Trump that we didn’t already know? All that has been accomplished is more hatred for Trump and more hatred for Meghan by Trump supporters. It is manipulative and a tactic that even credible news sources are resorting to because they are in the business of making money. I don’t share your idealism around the media.

    • Jerusha says:

      He didn’t respond that what she SAID was nasty. He said he didn’t realize SHE was nasty. Two different things, indeed.

    • Lucylee says:

      He should have been smart enough to avoid the trap they set for him. He could have avoided the question.

  42. kerwood says:

    The Duchess of Sussex should consider being called ‘nasty’ by Donald Trump one of the proudest moments of her life, after having Archie and marrying Harry. I can’t think of any DECENT woman who would want to be praised by a loathsome creature like TinyFists

    After what that ShortFingered Cretin said about his wife and recalling what TinyFists said about his mother, Harry would be perfectly justified in giving this whole nightmare a pass. In fact, I think ALL the men in William and Charles would be justified in pulling out.

    For some reason, the British think they need the US so much that they’re willing to tolerate this animal polluting their shores. AGAIN. If times are so bad in Great Britain that they have to pin their hopes on THIS administration, they may as will hang the ‘Gone Out of Business’ sign on the White Cliffs of Dover because it’s over.

  43. Skyblue says:

    I keep thinking it would be funny if the state dinner was held in the Buckingham palace parking lot under a white tent with folding chairs and paper napkins.

  44. Bunny says:

    He lies so much, he would know what the truth was if it bit him.

    Ugh. So ashamed of his lying, cheating, racist, incompetent ways.

    Yuck.

  45. Tina says:

    Theresa May invited him for a state visit early in his presidency. We all groaned, because the requirements of international diplomacy mean that invitation cannot be withdrawn, at least not without causing grave offence (which we can ill afford) to the invitee’s country (not just him). I know the lovely commenters of CB think we would be entirely justified in withdrawing the invitation, but as a practical matter we just can’t. It’s going to suck, we’re going to protest (I protested at Windsor Castle last time he came) and hopefully we’re all going to get through it without any actual injury.

    • Casey20 says:

      Tina, wishing you the best…. Americans will get it together next year and hopefully Brits can get it together with Brexit…

      • Tina says:

        Casey, fingers crossed that 2020 brings an impeachment or the election of a Democrat for you, and a second referendum plus withdrawal of Article 50 (end of Brexit) for us. I’m not confident in any of those outcomes, but I do hope they happen.

    • MA says:

      I mean, the Queen has met with actual murderous dictators with a beaming smile on her face. It’s just what they have to do.

  46. MA says:

    Lost in the rightful outrage about Trump’s comments is the disgusting display by the UK media. You have this reporter setting up Trump to further malign Meghan. Also, no mention of his comments about Diana/Kate, but they somehow always find a way to talk about the irrelevant sixth in line’s wife. Not only that, but the reporter’s mocking tone was really revealing of how little respect they have for the biracial one, if it wasn’t already evident from her vile coverage. You don’t see any royal reporters defending a member of their royal family—and that’s because they still haven’t accepted that she is THEIR royal princess. In fact you have Emily “I have the best sources” Andrew positively giddy at how FUN this state visit would be in light of Trump calling Meghan nasty.

    If Trump called Kate “nasty” every RR, royal commentator, blog that profits from Meghan, everybody member of parliament, the prime minister would be up in arms. And that’s a fact.

    • aquarius64 says:

      Was there any outrage when the Kate/Diana comments were first made? And Trump never walked them back or do clean up. Nasty gate shows the world despite the embiggening of Kate in the British media there is no respect for her otherwise there would be more calls for an apology to Kate .

      • MA says:

        Uh Trump wasn’t the president of the United States when he made those comments. He was known as a reality star and his comments didn’t have much reach.

        When Kate was called a “plastic princess” by a writer, which wasn’t even a direct criticism of her but her role, the actual prime minister, editors of newspapers, etc. defended her and rebuked the article. I can’t. “Plastic princess,” really? The you have politicians and public figures saying she’ll taint the royal family bloodline and calling a newborn a monkey.

    • Casey20 says:

      He actually called Kate worst. But you know the UK media is in the mist of whitewashing Kate’s history. The RF hasn’t forgotten. It’s clear NO ONE is trying to spend any significant time with Dumbft and family. William, Harry and Kate haven’t forgotten those comments about Diana/Kate and I’m sure the palace hasn’t forgotten the lies Dumbft told about Diana and Charles purchasing a place at Mar-a-lagoon

      • MA says:

        When he said those gross things about Diana/Kate, he wasn’t a HEAD OF STATE. No one paid much attention to Trump back in the day outside of America. He was a reality star and still seen as harmless.

        Just contrast when a UK writer called Kate a “plastic princess”–the UK media and the prime minster were up in arms and AGHAST at such a defamatory, vile slur *rolls eyes*.

  47. blunt talker says:

    I read what Cher posted on twitter earlier this week. I wished her comments would come true. I laughed so hard because people tried to make her apologize but she deflected by saying she may have said one of words in the wrong context. People you should read what she wrote.

  48. grace2 says:

    I can understand the Trumps bringing their minor child along with them but why in the world do his adult children & their families need to go on an official visit ffs???! And at whose expense?

    • mycomment says:

      because they are expert grifters… esp on the u.s. taxpayer dime. hell, I bet they don’t even tip the maid.

    • Jerusha says:

      Because they’re grifters. At OUR expense.

    • Jayna says:

      I get exactly why he’s bringing them. He wants to show the British Royal Family the United States of America Royal Family. His narcissism is raging. Yes, we all know America doesn’t have a royal family, but Donnie doesn’t. Donnie wants to one-up the BRF with his motley crew. Blech.

    • MA says:

      For any other president it’d be a huge scandal.

  49. aquarius64 says:

    @MA – in the end Kate William and Harry will have to deal with this creep and his comments, comments he never took back or clarify. Meghan is the only royal he’s running from.

  50. blunt talker says:

    The person above Jayna got it exactly right. Trump will be tweeting about how his family is better looking than the royal family. He plans to show how royalty should look by bringing his family to show-off. You better believe he will tweet something negative about the royal family as soon as he gets his fat ass home.

  51. Tina says:

    AAnd he’s off the plane and insulting Sadiq Khan (Mayor of London) straight off the bat. God I hope Sajid Javid wins the Tory leadership contest, just to annoy Trump (also Javid is mostly sane, unlike Boris and Raab).

    • Digital Unicorn says:

      Of course he did – how dare a brown person criticise him. I dunno about Javid – he wants a hard Brexit and is not about giving the people a say in the final deal if we ever get one. What I would love is for Khan to run for Labour leader and then to win in a Gen Election – it would give Trump a rage stroke. He has a sense of humour and allowed protestors to fly a blimp of him in a yellow polka dot bikini saying if people want to see him in a bikini he won’t stop them.

      I live in the flight path area to Regents Park and I saw Marine One and the other helicopters flying to the Ambassadors residence. Am surprised the thing could take off with his lard ass in it.

      The way he literally lumbered off that plane – he was every inch the man baby we know and hate.

      Also Nagini was at the V&A yesterday – she as the first of the crotch goblins to arrive – she was at the Mary Quant exhibition (I really want to see it) no doubt looking for ideas to rip off for her cheap sh!t made in china ‘clothes’.

      • Tina says:

        Oh I mean, I don’t love any of the Tories (Rory Stewart is all right I guess). I just wish David Miliband would come back, I’d vote for him in a heartbeat.

      • Digital Unicorn says:

        ^ Labour made a big mistake choose his backstabbing idiot brother Ed – I think they would be in power now if they picked David. Corbyn has made Labour unelectable. David Milliband’s problem was his close association with Tony Blair and the party morons (i.e. the big Unions) punished him because Blair tried to limit their power in choosing the Labour leaders – ironically they have been responsible for Ed and Corbyn and look how well thats turned out.