Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (L) speaks with US President Donald Trump (R) during a welcome ceremony at Buckingham Palace in central London on June 3, 2019, on the first day of the US president and First Lady's three-day State Visit to the UK. - Britain rolled out the red carpet …

Source: Victoria Friedman

A number of British leftists have begun the ritualistic histrionics as President Donald J Trump arrived for his three-day State Visit to the UK, with some calling the President a ‘climate change denier’, “misogynist”, and a “warmonger”.

The most prominent performances of anti-Trump theatrics came from the Labour Party and its London mayor Sadiq Khan, who wrote on Sunday that President Trump was a “global threat”.

President Trump hit back early on Monday morning, even before touching down on English soil, calling Khan a “stone cold loser” and “dumb and incompetent”.

The latest feeble attack from Khan came via a recorded video message in partnership with women’s magazine Elle, where he asks the President to rethink “how women ought to be treated globally”.

Sad-faced and holding up a sign reading “Dear Trump”, Khan said that President Trump’s values are not the same “as London’s or this country”, saying: “We think that diversity is a strength.”

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