Published: Thu, June 06, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

President Trump fan hit by milkshake as protesters shout ‘Nazi scum’

President Trump fan hit by milkshake as protesters shout ‘Nazi scum’

He is really into climate change, and I think that's great. That wasn't working. Then it was called climate change.

"I did say that the United States is among the cleanest climates there are based on all statistics and it is even getting better", he claimed.

For her husband, Prince Philip, they brought a personalized Air Force One jacket and signed autobiography by American General and famed World War II air commander James Doolittle, 'I Could Never Be So Lucky Again.' .

"I believe there is a change in weather, and it changes both ways", Trump said.

"He is really into climate change, and I think that's great", Trump said.

Trump largely glossed over the protests, saying he saw "thousands of people in the streets cheering" and waving USA and United Kingdom flags, but just a "very, very small" group of protesters, adding that media reports of a much larger protest were "fake news".

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The fate of Kim Hyok-chol had not been determined, but he could still face "heavy punishment", the source added. She was also not present for a meeting between Kim and Russian President Vladimir Putin later in April.


Shannon Ihrke, model and horse trainer and a former US Marine, uploaded a series of almost-nude photos, wearing only a tactical belt, army boots and a rather revealing set of lingerie. Last year, at a rally in coal country in Charleston, West Virginia, he said: "I want clean air".

At the start of a bilateral meeting with the Taoiseach in Shannon Airport in Co Clare, Mr Trump said Brexit could be "very, very good for Ireland". "And that is what impressed me maybe the most, his love for this world".

Trump in June a year ago announced his decision to withdraw from the Paris deal, saying the accord would have cost America trillions of dollars, killed jobs, and hindered the oil, gas, coal and manufacturing industries.

Morgan also pressed Trump on his own views of climate change science and whether or not Charles swayed him on the matter.

This video does feature aerial footage of an anti-Trump protest, but it was taken in July 2018 during President Trump's previous visit to the UK. "If go to certain cities, you can't even breathe", he said adding that "they don't do the responsibility".

Deputy Prime Minister Simon Coveney told national broadcaster RTE earlier: "I think the focus of the discussion between the taoiseach (prime minister) and President Trump today will be on the impact of Brexit on Ireland".

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