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UK is Getting Ready for the “Biggest Protest in British History” Against Trump

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London is getting ready for the “biggest protest in British history” against the visit of Donald Trump, the President of United States. Trump has announced that he has been invited by the Prime Minister Theresa May twice this year. His announcement made the angry people ready for a huge public demonstration.

The call for demonstration against Trump has spread among the MPs too. They invite people to sign up to protest against him in their Facebooks, and tweeters. David Lammy, Labour MP for Tottenham tweeted “to be met by the biggest protest this country has ever seen. Who’s in?”

Among people and MPs, celebrities and some organizations such as Abortion Support Network, Help Refugees and Operation Black Vote have also showed up. “We’re coming together to build a better Britain by standing with those Trump targets,” wrote Stephen Fry on his tweeter.

However, Donald Trump ridiculously claimed that “I get so much fan mail from people in the UK.” In his recent interview with Piers Morgan he declared that “[Britons] love my sense of security and what I’m saying about many different things… We get tremendous support from people in the UK.”

“The real me is somebody that loves Britain, loves the UK. I love Scotland. One of the biggest problems I have in winning, I won’t be able to get back there so often. I would love to go there,” said Donald Trump whose mother was born on the Hebridean island of Lewis in Scotland.

Trump’s racist behaviors, bad language, Islamophobic tweets and messages, and brutal decisions in which he ignores human rights made the people around the world mad at him. England is one of the countries whose people and authorities, such as Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and London Mayor Sadiq Khan, explicitly show their hatred and opposition toward him.

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