Published: Tue, June 04, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Corbyn addresses anti-Trump protesters in London

Corbyn addresses anti-Trump protesters in London

The US President made the claim during a press conference alongside Theresa May in Whitehall on Tuesday, while the Labour leader addressed protesters outside.

Speaking at the Foreign Office, just the other side of Downing Street from Number 10, Trump admitted that Corbyn had wanted to meet him but was denied the request.

"I think the people should look to do things correctly as opposed to criticise - I really don't like critics as much as I like and respect people who get things done - so I decided".

The protestors clashed as the US President met with the Prime Minister in Downing Street along with business leaders.

Video recorded by a reporter from Leading Britain's Conversation showed the man at first arguing with protesters while wearing a red "Make America Great Again" hat - the symbol of Trump's 2016 campaign that's become a lightning rod for a growing number of those on the left who say the MAGA hat is synonymous with racism, bigotry, and hatred.

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Mr Trump attacked the mayor on Twitter moments before he landed in the United Kingdom, reigniting a war of words between the pair. He also said Corbyn wanted to have a meeting with him but he declined.

A Labour spokesperson said: "Jeremy Corbyn proposed a meeting with Donald Trump during the President's visit". I want to be able to have that dialogue to bring about the better and more peaceful world that we all want to live in.

He said the force is not in a position to estimate how much the operation will cost but added the United States president's last visit to the capital cost the Met about £2.9m.

A giant robot of Donald Trump tweeting on the toilet is also amongst protesters in Trafalgar Square. Along with protest signs and rolls of toilet paper featuring the president's image, demonstrators have also positioned a 16-foot talking robot nicknamed "Dump Trump". Despite evidence to the contrary, Trump insisted those protests were "fake news". Fake News will be working hard to find them.

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