President Trump's upcoming visit to the United Kingdom in June this year promised the British opposition leader to boycott the Buckingham Palace state dinner.
Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn says, "It's disappointing that the prime minister has done it again to puke in front of this US government." Corbyn added, "I would have a meeting with President Welcome Trump to discuss all important matters. "
President Trump should hold this meeting – but not for reasons of discourse. When it comes to Corbyn, there is no reason to argue, because the Labor leader would defend only his former employer Iran, demand a compromise with his possibly former employer Russia and insult the nation he most despises, America. That said, Trump could at least use the meeting to find a good nickname for Corbyn. While I usually disagree with Trump's personal insult, since Corbyn is such a pious anti-American, Putin's appeaser, and an obvious terrorist sympathizer, I'm ready to make an exception here.
In turn, I find a suitable monkey master and then again and again In relation to Corbyn, Trump would serve two purposes.
First, he would annoy Corbyn's fanatical base in a way that would amuse independent and conservative Britons. Second, Trump would make it clear to British citizens that a Corbyn administration would require a fundamental change in the way the US deals with its main ally. The latter concern is crucial. While Prime Minister Theresa May is a determined ally in the best tradition of the special relationship, Corbyn is just the opposite. If he ever entered Downing Street No. 1
What about Corbyn's nickname? Well, about FakeTrumpTweet.com, here are a few of my suggestions!