The Queen may be the only one in England who really likes Donald Trump

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In contrast, let us say, with Theresa May: Donald Trump to get parting shot from Theresa May during London visit.

US President Donald Trump and Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May. Picture: Getty

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Theresa May will give Donald Trump a copy of Winston Churchill’s blueprint for the United Nations in a parting shot at his America First approach to international and trade relations.

The prime minister today will hand the US president a framed copy of the wartime leader’s Atlantic Charter agreed with Franklin D Roosevelt in August 1941.

The eight-point agreement on Allied war aims and vision of a post-war world became the basis of multilateral institutions including the UN and the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT).

The document, with Churchill’s handwritten amendments, is an explicit reminder that many of the institutions opposed by President Trump were conceived by the US and UK.

President Trump has repeatedly criticised multilateral bodies including the UN and his willingness to use tariffs to further US economic aims runs directly counter to one of the key tenets of the Atlantic Charter.

Mrs May’s choice of gift may lack subtlety but is consistent — she has been trying to give him the same lesson since he took office.

At least on this one matter, she can agree with the leader of the Labour Party: Jeremy Corbyn to lead massive protest against Trump in London

Do you think things might have changed just a tad since 1941? I imagine that Churchill and Trump would have gotten on extremely well. I cannot think of anything of importance they would have disagreed about.

And from P in the comments:

These are truly people who like each other.

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40 Responses to The Queen may be the only one in England who really likes Donald Trump

  1. Tintarella di Luna

    The Hack and the Business man

  2. miltonf

    Hopefully the old slag will be gone soon. Mrs T she is not.

  3. Mother Lode

    I doubt Churchill intended international organisations that sought as much control over their citizens as the tyrants they had just defeated – and were preparing to square off against in the form of the USSR.

    Where governments cooperated to subjugate their own people, to listen in on their conversations, adjudicate on their right to certain opinions, and and to favour or punish citizens according to fashionability.

    I wonder if Ms May believes Churchill would have approved ceding British sovereignty to European bureaucrats, or whether he thought only the British understood the British sufficiently to govern them.

    And, Theresa, don’t imagine that because you are a Brit and Churchill was, that you are somehow a custodian his legacy: he was also half American.

  4. Mark M

    The Queen lols when Trump thanks her for the weather, 0.13:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dBlgQmaIj8

    Winning.

  5. J.H.

    LOL… It’s a bit rich Theresa May handing Trump “reminders” of past agreements….. She needs to flippin’ honor the one the British People voted for.

    Facepalm or what?

  6. Query

    Of course, Churchill would rotate in his grave if he could see the corrupt 3rd world / neo marxist propaganda unit the UN has become. Why belong to a club that hates your guts and your Constitution?

  7. Mother Lode

    Hopefully the old slag will be gone soon. Mrs T she is not.

    She will be dumped by her own party soon. Unloved and unlamented, left to rot on a heap of garbage.

    Trump should lay the boot in and humiliate the has-been cow every chance he gets.

    What a presumptuous nobody – she got the job for one purpose, and has pissed off allies and enemies alike.

  8. YT

    I doubt DJT gives 2 shits, she’s a shot duck. Only stayed for the seat at the grown up table at the State Dinner.

  9. miltonf

    May is from the same sausage factory that has inflicted Merkel, Macaroon, Clintons, Bushes, Kennedys, Trumble, Trudeaus etc etc on decent citizens of various countries.

  10. Roberto

    What a sour-faced woman May is. The ultimate loser looking with malice and envy at the ultimate winner.

  11. stackja

    WSC suspected Stalin. FDR seemed less so. Ike only wanted to end the war with Germany not go off on WSC’s Balkans ventures. Ike didn’t agree with FDR’s politics but accepted him as his commander. From the stories, few today seem to know WW2 history. Ike felt the USA didn’t get enough credit from GB press. Ike not happy with GB press always wanting Monty to run the war against Germany.

  12. Ever noticed how these women in positions of power all tend to look and act the same? May, Merkel, Triggs, etc.

  13. Andysaurus

    Churchill, from WikiQuote.org:

    How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy. The effects are apparent in many countries. Improvident habits, slovenly systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of commerce, and insecurity of property exist wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or live. A degraded sensualism deprives this life of its grace and refinement; the next of its dignity and sanctity. The fact that in Mohammedan law every woman must belong to some man as his absolute property, either as a child, a wife, or a concubine, must delay the final extinction of slavery until the faith of Islam has ceased to be a great power among men.
    Individual Moslems may show splendid qualities. Thousands become the brave and loyal soldiers of the Queen; all know how to die; but the influence of the religion paralyses the social development of those who follow it. No stronger retrograde force exists in the world. Far from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytizing faith. It has already spread throughout Central Africa, raising fearless warriors at every step; and were it not that Christianity is sheltered in the strong arms of science, the science against which it had vainly struggled, the civilisation of modern Europe might fall, as fell the civilisation of ancient Rome.

    I think Churchill and Trump would have got on fine.

  14. Bruce of Newcastle

    I suspect Nigel Farage also quite likes Donald Trump.
    If an election was held today Farage would be PM.
    😀

    Nigel Farage hails ‘historic moment’ as Brexit Party tops national poll (2 Jun)

    Tom’s pommy cartoonists will be slitting their wrists…

  15. Arky

    Theresa May will give Donald Trump a copy of Winston Churchill’s blueprint for the United Nations in a parting shot at his America First approach to international and trade relations.

    ..
    He should hand her a framed copy of the US first and second amendments.
    What a lizard- eyed trollop.

  16. Lilliana

    Ever noticed how these women in positions of power all tend to look and act the same? May, Merkel, Triggs, etc.

    yes – sour, sanctimonious, and smug.

  17. B.A.Lert

    I don’t think Trump has a problem with the institutions particularly, just the grubs that infest them.

  18. Sunni Bakchat

    All these nothing people being given airtime for critcising Trump. All in the name of sensationalism. May, Corbyn and Khan. Self interested, self appointed, self referential pseudo elites who will simply be swept away without much fanfare. Trump gives as good as he gets; and those attacking him deserve as much if not more.

  19. candy

    Mrs May is a failure, unlike Donald Trump.

  20. P

    Rumor has it that the queen asked @realDonaldTrump if he could help make England great again! MEGA!!!

  21. Lee

    President Trump must be doing something right, to upset and anger the likes of far-leftists Jeremy Corbin, Brian Eno and Lily Allen.
    Good on him!

  22. MPH

    Gives me comfort to see Her Majesty and Trump so collegial. She could yet be the one to save England and if she follows Trump’s modus operandi won’t ever take credit.

  23. Politicians aside, it would seem Trump has quite some support from the pommy everyman.
    Cats who’re good at crowd counting can have a crack at estimating how many Thousands of people are jamming how many streets wall to wall, chanting “We Want Trump!”

  24. CameronH

    I doubt very much that Churchill would have liked what the UN has become and I also doubt he would have thought that the EU was a good idea.

  25. Craig Mc

    I cannot think of anything of importance they would have disagreed about.

    Scotch for one.

  26. mh

    Liberty Quote
    If Britain must choose between Europe and the open sea, she must always choose the open sea.

    — Winston Churchill

  27. I suspect that Margaret Thatcher, “the greengrocer’s daughter,” would have gotten on well with Trump.

  28. Ubique

    The Queen may be the only one in England who really likes Donald Trump

    Nah, not true. My mum lives in England and really likes President Donald Trump too. Probably the more than half of Britain who voted for Brexit like President Trump as well.

  29. Cpt Seahawks

    The Queen lols when Trump thanks her for the weather, 0.13:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dBlgQmaIj8

    Winning.

    If you need ONE person in the UK to like you, he’s achieved that.

  30. rickw

    Great work by DJT as always!

  31. iain russell

    Good Queen Bess! What a gal!

  32. Megan

    The Queen is all class and it has very little to do with her ancestry. Impeccable manners and a willingness to put duty before feelings are available to anyone and everyone.

  33. nb

    Well, how awful is Trump. After all, under his watch the role of May and the UK in attempting the slow moving coup against him is being revealed – Steele, all that, plus he wants reciprocity on trade arrangements with the EU, plus he wants the EU to pay its way on defence, plus he has a low opinion about a London mayor about whom anything but a low opinion would be absurd. Plus he is a negotiator who can negotiate, rather than a supine cap-in-hand apologiser requesting colony status with the EU. Plus he is in the process of revealing just how completely awful that nice man Obama was, and how the institutions constructed to serve the people were weaponised to deceive and cower the people. Plus Hillary. Oh, Hillary, And Bill … and… and … and … [add your own pet horror show].

  34. Roger

    Theresa May will give Donald Trump a copy of Winston Churchill’s blueprint for the United Nations in a parting shot at his America First approach to international and trade relations.

    Thereby confirming she has learned nothing as PM, which is why she soon won’t be PM.

  35. Tel

    Theresa May will give Donald Trump a copy of Winston Churchill’s blueprint for the United Nations in a parting shot at his America First approach to international and trade relations.

    Would that be the “Declaration by United Nations” as signed by what is now Taiwan (Republic of China) the only democratic government in living memory to exist in China?

  36. Tel

    That document includes the phrase, “Being convinced that complete victory over their enemies is essential to defend life, liberty, independence and religious freedom, and to preserve human rights and justice in their own lands as well as in other lands, and that they are now engaged in a common struggle against savage and brutal forces seeking to subjugate the world, …”

    Trump will probably put that into a Tweet … sort of thing he would do.

  37. Richard Bender

    Her Majesty might or might not like President Trump. However, she is demonstrating exactly how a head of state should behave to a guest, with politeness and courtesy. Perhaps that pathetic shit of a president might learn something; given past form, I doubt it.

  38. Mark A

    Richard Bender
    #3035496, posted on June 5, 2019 at 8:19 pm
    Perhaps that pathetic shit of a president might learn something; given past form, I doubt it.

    Hmm, do I detect some animosity here?

    Tell us all about it, don’t hold back now, hear?

  39. Roberto

    However, she is demonstrating exactly how a head of state should behave to a guest, with politeness and courtesy.

    A politeness and courtesy which President Trump returns to his host.

  40. John A

    Theresa May will give Donald Trump a copy of Winston Churchill’s blueprint for the United Nations in a parting shot at his America First approach to international and trade relations.

    Is that an example of May-splaining?

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