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Corbyn Joins anti-Trump Demonstrators and Condemns May at Rolling of Red Carpet for Trump

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Jeremy Corbyn has blamed Theresa May, the prime minister, for rolling a red carpet for Donald Trump while he has “dangerous and inhumane policies” against the “lives of millions of people.” The Labour party leader hit out the Tory government as thousands of people were preparing to protest against Trump’s visit to the UK.

Theresa May has invited President Trump to our country at a time when his dangerous and inhumane policies are putting the lives and wellbeing of millions of people at risk.

He mentioned Trump’s ‘zero tolerance’ policy that has separated children from their parents at the southern US border, and condemned May for greeting the business tycoon-turned president who has ignored the basis of human rights.

Donald Trump has faced protests in the third day of his arrival in UK. Over hundreds of thousands have come to the streets across the country for marching against him. The demonstrators converged on Trump’s International Golf Links and they will continue it to Turnberry, where he is going to play golf. People have believed that Trump is a threat to the human rights, whether in the US or UK or anywhere. As the worst president ever, he has disappointed the British people.

He broke royal protocol twice during the Queen’s meeting that was mocked on social media. He blocked the monarch’s pass and shook hands with the Queen instead of bowing.

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