It’s Official: Now The Brits Want President Trump

It’s Official: Now The Brits Want President Trump

In January, it was reported that British activists were mobilizing a massive protest against Donald Trump’s upcoming visit to London.

They were supposedly upset that President Trump criticized the Brits national healthcare system. Of course their disdain for Trump was based on more than that.

Like many Americans, Brits believed in Obama and the New World Order. Trump’s election killed that idea fast. So now the British have changed their tune as the video suggest.

Prime Minister Theresa May lacked the words. She was literally left speechless.

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Things have changed since January. And the signs were evident with the Brexit vote. In fact, I suspect Brexit is even more popular today that it was when the legislation passed.

Trump was chiefly responsible for Brexit, though not necessarily directly. It was Trump’s tough talk on immigration in America that helped inspire Brexit voters:

President Trump said he predicted Britons would vote in 2016 to leave the European Union because of their concerns about immigrants streaming into the country from around the world.

“I said [that] because of trade, but mostly immigration, Brexit is going to be a big upset. And I was right,” Trump said in an interview that will air Sunday evening on British channel ITV. “I know the British people and understand them.”

“They don’t want people coming from all over the world into Britain, they don’t know anything about these people, ” Trump told host Piers Morgan during the interview taped during the president’s visit to Davos, Switzerland, last week.

The media don’t want to admit that Trump is more popular than they report.

Moreover, Trump is much more popular around the world than Barack Obama. What a blow to the collective ego of the Left to even fathom that truth.

As The Times UK reported,  most Brits do love Trump.

Robert Wood Johnson, the American ambassador to Britain, is discussing President Trump’s meeting next month with the Queen when he makes quite a bold claim about the British public’s view of the president. Woody Johnson has met the Queen on a number of occasions, so what advice will he give Mr Trump before his visit?

“The president goes by his own compass. I would just say, ‘Enjoy the visit, it’s great to have you here. The people love you.’ ”

And it’s not just the Brits.

As I’ve discussed often, President Trump now exports Americanism, ergo excellence. The world looks to America for direction. But for far too long we’ve allowed Leftists capitulate to the New World Order. 

For decades, we’ve followed the United Nations, an organization that has never had the interests of America at heart, nor the interest of the civilized world. Trump changed all that in a single night.

His stance on NATO and the UN made the world take notice that America was no longer the world’s bank.

Further, he removed the US from the Paris Climate Accord, and said the US would go our own way on trade.

Trump is tough on illegal immigration, as well as Muslim terrorists. And the world took notice.

Many countries have subtly begun their transformation to excellence. They know they can put their countries first, while remaining a good world citizen.

To quote the Carpenters, “We’ve only just begun.”

 

 

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