Donald Trump should refuse to rise to the bait of the Left’s pygmy politicians and their infantile abuse – The Sun

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Donald Trump should refuse to rise to the bait of the Left’s pygmy politicians and their infantile abuse – The Sun



DONALD Trump should refuse to rise to the bait of the Left’s pygmy politicians. Provoking the US President to anger is exactly what they want.
Their infantile abuse, virtue-signalling to the Corbynista mob on social media, does not deserve the oxygen of publicity his retaliation gives it.
4 Donald Trump should refuse to rise to the bait of the Left’s infantile abuseCredit: EPA
It was once a caricature of adolescent lefties that they screamed “fascist” at anyone they disagreed with. TV’s Young Ones sent up such muppetry nearly 40 years ago.
Yet Corbyn’s supporters, frontbenchers and London’s pipsqueak Mayor Sadiq Khan now do exactly that.
And there is a national consequence to the juvenile antics of politicians like Corbyn, Khan, Emily Thornberry, Vince Cable and the odious Speaker Bercow.
How does Britain look to America when such “senior” figures witlessly abuse or snub the leader of the free world during his state visit for the ­poignant D-Day anniversary?
4 These Leftie MPs protesting against the chief of our No1 global ally hope one day to form a governmentCredit: PA:Press Association
Or to other nations whose politicians ARE smart enough to separate any personal dislike for Trump from his historic office?
How does it look too when the BBC, our publicly funded broadcaster, thinks nothing of putting a giant inflatable mocking the President on screen alongside a presenter?
Let’s never again hear them pretend to be politically neutral.
The leftie MPs protesting against the chief of our No1 global ally hope one day to form a government, God help us.
If they think a Marxist Britain will survive, spurning our traditional allies and instead cosying up to the left-wing dictators and terrorists Corbyn’s rabble admire, they have a shock coming.
Nigel Farage says Donald Trump’s reputation in UK ‘is on the up’ as state visit continues
Dublin down
WE have to laugh at the irony of Ireland lecturing Tory leadership wannabes about the need for “realism” over the Brexit deal.
4 Leo Varadkar needs to face reality over the Irish backstopCredit: EPA
Dublin insists it cannot be altered. Not the agreement, not the toxic “backstop”. Much of it was “asked for by the UK”.
Can’t they see the problem? It was asked for by a PM who is quitting this Friday specifically because that deal failed. It is not Britain’s agreed position.
If the EU still wants a deal, it MUST change. Or our MPs must grit their teeth and get us out anyway.
That’s also now President Macron’s view. Will Leo Varadkar face this new reality?
‘didn’t have a chance’ Nurse who sang on BGT ‘killed by boyfriend who stabbed her 70 times’ ExclusiveTERMINAL PANIC Gatwick Airport knifeman with huge blade in each hand is Tasered by cops DONALD & GRUMP Prince Harry appears to avoid Trump after he branded Meghan Markle ‘nasty’ ‘WORST OF THE WORST’ Lee Rigby killers ‘beaten up by gangster in jail over all night chats’ ‘TREASURED FRIENDSHIP’ Trump in tribute to ‘great, great’ Queen who inspired UK to win WW2 MONSTER MUM Mum films herself beating toddler daughter and sends to jailed ex for ‘revenge’
Pick, quick
IT is vital the Tories turbo-charge their leadership election.
4 Sir Graham Brady is chairman of the powerful Conservative 1922 CommitteeCredit: PRU
Britain has been paralysed by Theresa May’s failure and departure.
Her party does not have the luxury of a protracted contest.
Nor do voters have the patience, especially with Tory support dwindling.
They must stage regular, even daily, debates and whittle the candidates down to a final handful in short order.
The country has drifted for three years. We need rapid new leadership.

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