July 16, 2017
MPs are mocking Donald Trump amid claims that he told Theresa May to ‘fix’ a warm reception for him in the UK.
The US President reportedly fears that he will be greeted by thronging crowds of protesters when he comes to Britain on a state visit.
It comes after the planned trip was postponed until next year with two million people signing a petition calling for it to be axed.
Trump is so concerned about ‘negative coverage’ that he has privately lobbied the Prime Minister to make sure he gets a ‘better reception’, according to The Sun.
A transcript of the conversation has reportedly been circulating among senior diplomats with the president saying he is in ‘no rush’ to come to Britain unless Ms May can ‘fix it’.
This article was posted: Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 7:19 am