President Trump Hosts Bilateral Meeting with U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May…

U.S. President Trump and U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May hold a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Against the backdrop of increasing discoveries surrounding the U.K. involvement in undermining the candidacy of Donald Trump; and against the left-wing U.K. political forces consistently highlighting criticism of President Trump; the reality is the U.K. is now in a position of economic vulnerability and needs favorable financial outcomes from President Trump.

As such, Prime Minister May is in a tenuous position and hoping the U.S. President will be magnanimous in his forgiveness of the past two years of scheming, ankle-biting and very public criticism. The scale of President Trump’s leverage over Prime Minister May is very visible in their dialogue and body language.


Right now the U.K. needs American economic help and POTUS Trump. Almost nothing has worked in their economic benefit since they made the conscious decision to take a position of adversarialism. If the U.K. doesn’t knock off the nonsense President Trump will stand aside and watch them suffer. Theresa May knows this is her reality.

T-Rex is enjoying the art of the deal, having flashbacks to corporate life, remembering the power of holding all the leverage while witnessing an apex predator circling his prey. Cohn and McMaster well understand the play…

WHITE HOUSE: President Donald J. Trump met today with Prime Minister Theresa May of the United Kingdom. The President and Prime Minister discussed joint efforts to ensure the enduring defeat of ISIS and other jihadist terrorist organizations in Syria and Iraq.

They discussed the importance of confronting Iran’s destructive behavior across the Middle East and fundamental flaws in the Iran nuclear deal. The leaders committed to expanded trade between the United States and the United Kingdom, as well as how the two countries can work together to ensure all nations engage in fair and reciprocal trade practices.

The two leaders also discussed plans for a working visit to London in the coming months and affirmed the “special relationship” between the two countries is stronger than ever. (Link)

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146 Responses to President Trump Hosts Bilateral Meeting with U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May…

  1. NJF says:

    Ha. I swear you could see the thought bubble over his head during the press photo op this morning “loser”

    Liked by 11 people

  2. MaineCoon says:

    Nice WH release regarding POTUS trip to Davos. Love the photo! Whoa!!! Marine1 thru the alps!

    Liked by 7 people

  3. MaineCoon says:

    FTA: As such, Prime Minister May is in a tenuous position and hoping the U.S. President will be magnanimous in his forgiveness of the past two years of scheming, ankle-biting and very public criticism.

    She can ‘hope’ ’til the cows come home, but she gambled at POTUS’ expense and lost. Now she rightfully will receive the consequences of her actions, her mouth, the London Mayor’s mouth, the retraction of the invite….

    Can’t play with MAGA, Master Negotiator, Winner Trump, you shouldn’t have gotten in the ring with him.

    Payback’s a b*^&$

    Liked by 17 people

  4. Kerry Gimbel says:

    Yep. She isn’t Churchill that’s for sure

    Liked by 2 people

    • joninmd22 says:

      She isn’t even Chamberlain.

      May is a complete sellout to the Muslims hoping they’ll kill her last.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Kent says:

        Great Britain has endured thumps in the head from their Islamic population which should have woken them up decades ago…1400 years of Islamic conquest/expansionism is simply too difficult to understand, it seems…as a European society they have greased the skids to their own demise.

        European culture and its descendants brought modern civilization to the world…Islam only death, destruction and totalitarianism.

        Long live the Queen.

        Liked by 2 people

        • joninmd22 says:

          I go between deep sadness over what’s coming to Great Britain, especially to the children and unbelievable anger over the men’s surrender to the Muslims.

          Liked by 4 people

          • Sunshine says:

            Especially the police force and the Justice system. The true Brits have lost all power and are now hostage to their own police force.


        • Lou Foxwell says:

          Globalism has driven Europe to the brink of extermination. It denies truth and reality for the fantasy of one world government. The globalist elites buy out national leadership for the promise of a place at the table. They are wolves. They will first destroy their supporters. Their henchman, the mad mullahs, will see to it. Euroweenie leaders will not get to be the last sheep eaten. They will be the first.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Kent says:

            They are promised a place at the table…the mistake they misidentify is their failure to define just what that place is…

            Which is roasted with an apple in their mouths and stuffed with cornmeal and giblets.

            Meanwhile, the damage is done….to the rest of us.

            Liked by 3 people

      • domain496 says:

        If the Brits don’t do her first for her treachery to Britain


  5. Bo Ure says:

    Bromides and platitudes. And very noisy cameras.

    Liked by 2 people

  6. Peter Rabbit says:

    Trump stronger than ever and gaining Big Momentum. May weakening and clinging to power by a thread. Brits should now beg him to visit London! Love the rock star status he enjoys at Davis, only growing around the world. Only Trump could do this, a great leader and a good man. Never prouder to be an American.

    Liked by 16 people

  7. Donna in Oregon says:

    President Trump has to deal with Theresa May because she is the elected representative of our friends the English people.

    I have met thousands of English visiting the USA and what I always hear is we (the American people) are nothing like the Media in the UK describe us. We are nice, and so friendly, etc. etc.

    They have the same propaganda to deal with that we do. The MSM is global and full of crap. Brits exceptionally nice people and a lot of fun. I prefer thinking of them instead of Theresa May and her stupid games.

    When O’Dumbo was our President, I would cringe every time he visited another country. Maybe the Brits are doing the same.

    Liked by 13 people

  8. Orygun says:

    She has backstabbed President Trump along with her own citizens. I hope the pressure our President applies is enough to get her to follow through on Brexit and allow citizens to regain their sovereignty. Our government is not the only one full of corruption.

    Liked by 11 people

  9. I’m a Brit. I agree Trump has massive leverage over our weak PM. The trouble is May has always been anti-Brexit and is using her anti-Trump messaging to sabotage a successful Brexit. I don’t believe she cares if the atrocious behaviour towards President Trump continues as it will bring her closer into alignment with the Eurocrats overseeing the demise of the EU – that way her crony future lies.

    I am appalled by our political classes. President Trump has been received more warmly by the Islamic World at the Riyadh summit than P44. His trade, economic and diplomatic doctrine is paying off spectacularly. Yet somehow, our leaders are ignoring the reality of his success, accusing him of Islamophobia and siding with the mad mullahs of Iran against the people rebelling over there. Madness – this is a deeply shameful period in our history.

    Liked by 16 people

    • Sentient says:

      Islamophobia: A word crafted by devious Muslims for a condition more accurately known as “sanity”.

      Liked by 6 people

      • KBR says:

        Islamophilia a word that describes Britain’s government and news.

        Whether it describes native Brits or not depends solely upon whether they can think or must be led to think, since their speech is not free.


    • Mark L. says:

      I will be curios as to how he responds to her after supporting Barry’s covert actions.


    • Esperanza says:

      “overseeing the demise of the EU – that way her crony future lies.”

      So true. But these people are not Britain. They’re barely even Brits any more.

      Liked by 1 person

    • YOUR leaders do not have any plans for YOUR success. The globalist world, which Hillary was to have completed, would have given these people TRILLIONS, legacies for decades and a new utopia. It takes an insane amount of delusion to invite in demons in order to complete the achievement of your dream at the expense of the people you claimed to be representing.

      It is madness. The moment we decided that the human family, and the continuation of the human species, could be decided by women seeking orgasms and vengeful advantage at the cost of wombs, babies, men, families and populations that could successfully navigate the future, was hte moment that madness took the throne.

      Trump is for life and he just made a huge noise about it this past week.

      Globalists are for death of humanity and a technological world where humanity is improved through integration with technology…

      …only they do not realize that technology, as we have programmed it, seeks PERFECTION and Perfection lacks all emotion and irrational thought. Human beings cannot destroy their emotion and so technology, if a merger was proposed, would have to annihilate the human side because it was unsustainable with the vision of perfect technological rational, merciless, justice.

      in other words, these globalists who want bionic bodies and legacies….are just as much toast with their techno world as they are with a world where they think that they can navigate the pathological hate of Islamic domination.


    • piper567 says:

      mad GP…we Americans are just now emerging from our own shameful period in our history…so we very much can relate to your sentiment.
      UK folks might consider mass events, to make your presence known.
      If you have even a half-way viable Candidate for Leadership, many must back him in a noticeable way.
      Many Americans have a soft spot in their hearts for your Kingdom, and we wish you well…you are in our prayers.
      God save the Queen.


    • yucki says:

      Paul Weston, 2011:

      Why Is This Not Treason?

      Liked by 1 person

    • Donna in Oregon says:

      It is like the Mexican Cartels here. The politicians here benefit from the status quo. Everyone knows that the Cartels buy off law enforcement, judges, and politicians in Mexico….but no one has the guts to investigate the Mexican Cartel payoffs made in the USA. Of course they are getting money, why else would they keep bringing criminals into the United States? When have Globalist politicians cared more about the American people than there own interests? Never.

      If we are being honest we know that there is offshore money in a Law Firm shell company somewhere (like the Panama Papers) with lots of goodies for the Globalists. Pay-for-play just like Hillary Clinton did.

      In England the Islamists must be paying the ruling class well. Why else would they put their own people through all this crap if not for their own enrichment? Doesn’t appear that the British economy of the English people has been treated with any care….now does it?

      I hope President Trump’s economic team find all the ill-gotten gains of these Globalist leeches and we get to watch them hang on TV just like Saddam Hussein did.


  10. TreeClimber says:

    I hope he does help them out, then holds it over their heads for the next several generations. Helps the people of the UK and helps prevent their government from messing around.

    Liked by 1 person

    • MAJA says:

      I have a feeling that any of the daca that make it through the vetting (which I do believe PDJT will require) will be so grateful for a 10 or 12 year path to citizenship that they will be avid supporters of PDJT and the new MAGA party (I think this will become a new party, leaving the dems and rinos writhing in pain and loss).


    • yucki says:

      The elites won’t let him – the enemy within is firmly in control of the mechanisms of power.
      British Deplorables are increasingly silenced.
      Rivers of blood.


  11. Bob Thoms says:

    Trade, trade, trade………………..get out of the EU…………life will be so much better.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Have some fun. Go see what Q is saying.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. MaineCoon says:

    Liked by 4 people

  14. tdaly14 says:

    Who said anything about Amnesty for DACA? I must have missed that.


  15. Steven Edwards says:

    So you mean to say that they have isolated themselves and need us since they decided to take the #brexit route?


    • sundance says:

      Not even close.

      Brexit would have been the U.K. golden ticket to massive economic wealth if carried through simply and directly. Now, they are mired in economic muck and investment quicksand because they were too tenuous in their approach….. which is exactly what the left-wing euro-centric schemers planned on.

      Liked by 15 people

      • scott467 says:

        It never made any sense from the start.

        Nigel Farage succeeds in Trumpian fashion, Brexit succeeds, and then Nigel runs away, allowing the equivalent of Hillary Clinton (Theresa May) to run and become Prime Minister.

        A pure, openly anti-Brexit, globalist, Marxist psychopath. An Ellsworth Toohey type.

        It made no sense at all.

        From that moment, the moment Theresa May came into the picture, it was over. She reminds me of the character Gollum in a Tolkien film I saw as a child. She is repulsive, in her words, in her body language, in her presentation and appearance. Repulsive.

        As I said from the beginning, the way to conclude “Brexit” is to hold a ceremony, down at the Thames River. Take the EU contract, light it on fire, throw it in the Thames.


        It’s over.

        That’s all they have to do. Britain is a sovereign nation. They don’t need anyone’s permission to do squat.

        The entire EU was a fraud perpetrated on the people of Europe, and as with any contract, if there was not full disclosure, that contract is null and void.

        Liked by 3 people

      • kevin king says:

        Yep. We should have left on the 27th June and reverted to WTO rules. However our entire political class has betrayed us over the last 30 years, chief among them Blair.The country is now fckd. The future of the US hangs entirely upon whether Trump gets his second term. Otherwise you will end up in a similar situation as us…on the slippery road to a multicultural, mongrol race.


      • Colin Stent says:

        Well put!


    • Dennis Leonard says:

      You probably will go with this too,SD knows what he is talking about,
      ” Trump told CNBC on Thursday that he would consider joining the massive deal between 11 Pacific nations if the terms were improved.

      “I would do TPP if we were able to make a substantially better deal. The deal was terrible. The way it was structured was terrible,” he said during a visit to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. “

      Liked by 1 person

      • scott467 says:

        “I would do TPP if we were able to make a substantially better deal. The deal was terrible. The way it was structured was terrible,” he said during a visit to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. “


        It’s stupid, and Trump knows it’s stupid better than anyone else, so he’s not being serious.

        Bi-lateral trade deals makes sense. We’re neighbors, you and I make an agreement, and if either one of us violates the agreement, obviously we either resolve it to our mutual satisfaction, or the agreement ends.

        Simple, direct, honest.

        Multilateral trade deals make NO sense, unless your purpose is to SURRENDER the sovereignty of your own nation.

        If you make a ‘deal’ with TWO or more entities, how does anyone think the ‘deal’ is going to go down if there is a violation? Like two wolves and a sheep voting on what’s for dinner, that’s how.

        If ‘A’ makes a deal with ‘B’ and ‘C’, and ‘C’ violates the deal, then ‘A’ can’t do anything about it unless ‘B’ agrees. And since ‘B’ is in on the scam with ‘C’, nothing is ever going to be done about the violation.

        That is what NAFTA is.

        That is what EVERY multilateral trade agreement is, because they’re piranha feeding off of US.

        And no matter how good of a multilateral ‘deal’ you make, it’s only a matter of time before the vultures figure out a way to compromise it.

        Our Founding Fathers were a lot smarter than most people, and even so, it didn’t take long for lawyers to figure out how to corrupt our Republic and violate our Constitution.

        How long do you think any multilateral ‘deal’ is going to remain intact and functioning according to the original intent and will of the creator?

        Not for long!

        That’s why you don’t DO multilateral ‘deals’.


        Liked by 3 people

        • Lindenlee says:

          Methinks that the REAL power in those deals is not in the terms of the agreements, but in the area of dispute resolution. And a contract is only as good as the integrity of the partners to the agreement. I wouldntrust an agreement betwwen Trump and Putin more than Trump and May.

          Liked by 2 people

      • Sylvia Avery says:

        Hmm. Yeah, seems I’ve heard talk like that before. Only it was about the Paris Climate Accords that time.

        TPP is deader than a doornail as my mom used to say!

        Liked by 2 people

  16. curtmilr says:

    No betrayal on DACA, at least not yet.

    He is willing to bargain, but holds ALL the cards. He is asking for much, and is voicing support for the Dreamers. They’re a dream all right, but if granted citizenship they will be revealed as Nightmares, as shown by their aggressive entitlement demands.

    Frankly, the only thing they are “entitled” to, is deportation. Trump can offer Green Card legalization on good behavior, delayed citizenship, another DACA extension, or nothing at all. But to get what he wants thru the Senate he will have to throw the Dems a bone.

    Liked by 1 person

    • tdaly14 says:

      Hell, he’ll have to throw the RINO’s a bone or not. Call and go to your Senators local offices and raise hell.


    • Mark L. says:

      If the Dreamers were not so influenced by Globalists, Democrats, and Soros their position might be considered differently. Where is their gratitude for the bounties that America offers?


    • MAJA says:

      My thought on this is not to confuse the dreamers with the daca. The daca are a much smaller group, and out of this group, how many will pass vetting? No convictions of any kind, no use of public entitlements, English language, at least high school graduates, working, potential citizenship after 10-12 years. That will whittle the daca group substantially. The dreamers have already demonstrated that they dont care enough to do the minimum to stay in this country. They should be sent home. If anything, I think something like that will be in any agreement. PDJT is big on merit and vetting. I think he’s got this. And don’t forget to thank 0bama for this big pile of sh$thole.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Lindenlee says:

        The use of forged federal documents alone is a FELONY. I bet 90% of the DACA-ites have used them. Easy to identify. According to CIS, 73% of DACA kids use public assistance of some kind. Around 50% have not graduated high school. Get on that bus, and go homes. You are squatters and underachievers.


  17. Dennis Leonard says:

    All that ,to say this,
    ” I hate the amnesty for DACA- and feel betrayed as a DJT and Angel Mom supporter.”

    Liked by 4 people

  18. MaineCoon says:

    FTA: Commitment to work together on key national security challenges

    No wonder May looks subdued, sheepish. Had a little chit chat about GCHQ, 5 Eyes, Steele, stuff like that — not to mention that dossier.

    Bet POTUS gave her a firsthand comeuppance. Well deserved tongue lashing.

    Now, May, this is how the security challenges are going to be handled in the future…

    Liked by 1 person

    • President Trump to PM May:

      We’ve taken the same approach to our National Security Partners that we took to Immigration: MERIT-BASED opportunity.

      When Steele and his MI-X Co-Conspirators have been extradited, we resume discussions on how you will Reform British Intelligence Agencies to PROVE we can trust them as a PARTNER to receive FINDINGS from our NSA data.

      Your ability to search it is DEAD.

      Liked by 3 people

  19. starfcker says:

    Team Trump, Team America, deep in the belly of the Beast. I love it

    Liked by 2 people

  20. warmiga says:

    Trump’s got her by the pu$$y!


  21. South Col says:

    Teresa sweetness believes identifying muslim imports who want to kill us and destroy our society, as all Koran believers must, is “unhelpful”. Britain’s muslim population will eventually destroy it culturally, Teresa doesn’t care, it must be a desired outcome.


  22. kevin king says:

    Which is why we Brexiteers are furious. This woman should never have been PM. She and her rabidly pro-EU nutjobs seem intent on destroying the UK. It’s a real disaster. We should never have been in this ridiculous position.

    Liked by 6 people

  23. Colin Stent says:

    I was born in the Uk, but have lived in Australia for over 60 years. I have always followed the UK political scene and I can tell you that May is no Thatcher. Unfortunately for them, many British have always had a resentment toward the U.S. which, I think mainly stems from a bit of jealousy. They do understand the position they are in but don’t want to see how POTUS Trump can help them out. In other words, they are being foolish in the extreme.
    Like Australia, (and the U.S. for that matter), left-wing ideologues have gained positions of power and influence in the UK and the press are biased to the extreme. Many in the UK and Australia can only hope for their Trump to come.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Dekester says:

      Colin, Canada too, but sadly there is only one PDJT.

      I was born and grew up in Scotland. B.C. Is now my home.

      IMO PDJT is a saviour ( at least for now.) for all that is good.

      We must marginalize the media your ABC our CBC the BBC..all three are utter scum..

      PDJT started the fake news theme, we must carry the torch and mock them at every opportunity.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Colin Stent says:

        Hi Dekester. Totally agree with regards to ABC, BBC etc. I do not watch any news/opinion program from any of them. I get enough biased nonsense from the Murdoch press which is slightly better than some.


      • There had better not be only one Trump…or at least the many young who have been supporting him must include some with a similar fire, conviction, intelligence and charisma. Pray and hope and keep looking!!


    • Bendix says:

      My Australian friend is saddened today. He called home to wish his family a happy Australia Day, and had to hear the worst PC cultural abasement you can imagine.
      They aren’t going to say “Happy Australia Day” anymore, just “holiday”, they are going to have Sorry Day, why on earth do people do this to themselves?
      It’s okay for Muslims or Mexicans to enter any other country in the world, but people born in a place have to be sorry?
      I told my friend to just tell them, that’s okay if you don’t have Australia Day anymore.
      Here in New York, we have Australia Week.


  24. Karmaisabitch says:

    He took her down a couple of pegs, sometimes that has to be done. Trump is really a great leader.


  25. KBR says:

    I hate the possibility of amnnesty also.
    I hate that DACA and Nightmares ever were allowed to stay.

    Every dollar and every effort on the Nightmare’s behalf right from the start constitutes

    Yet nobody calls our Congress out as criminals themselves for it.

    It is a crying shame that this blatant lawbreaking has become perceived as so much “the norm” people are willing to continue to allow it and fund it at all.

    Name me even one US-citizen juvenile who having broken Federal Law, that has Congress or the President
    1)discussing huge funding for him and
    2) discussing get-him-off-scott-free legislation and
    3) discussing rewarding him
    such that the federal-law breaking juvenile can CONTINUE his lawbreaking?

    Even one?

    You cannot. And they are millions.

    The law they broke at the time they broke it had zero reference to age of aliens illegally crossing our border. None.

    And the law that the Congress has broken for years and President is discussing as a possibility,
    namely their aiding and abetting federal crimes and accessories after the fact to federal crimes
    Is at the heart of these discussions.

    Law and order, folks.

    Liked by 2 people

  26. Winston says:

    Not her, or the citizens.You’re blaming the wrong people.
    Where do you think the model of our deep state came from exactly ?
    Their deep state has been running since the City of London corp. was chartered 700 years ago,
    might even be longer, but since then I know for fact.
    King,Queen, or prime minister, it doesn’t matter,the levers of power are held by them.
    There is nothing new about the NWO or deep state, its the Old World Order rebranded.
    There is a much, much bigger picture here.The OWO wants serfdom back with
    no middle class.Seems to be getting there here and in the UK.
    Over regulation, over taxation,lost property rights,agenda 21,gobull warming.
    The common theme is plain.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Timmy-the-Ute says:

    In the old days when ever we had trouble with the United Kingdom we would threaten to invade Canada. Good Times.


  28. AH_C says:

    Boo yah


  29. Sylvia Avery says:

    I know how you feel about DACA. However, I will say this. PDJT says lots of things that are carefully worded even if they seem clumsily said.

    It ain’t over till it’s over.

    I’m still hoping that PDJT will come out of this immigration mess having managed to honor his promises to us. He has shown us time and again an ability to do this.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. Sylvia Avery says:

    Amnesty will destroy this country as surely as any of BOs other schemes and plots and land mines he left for us. It is one of many, but it is just as destructive.


  31. are you a troll? Not one conservative news outlet has said that DACA is a deal. ANd I don’t think I have heard from any Angel Mom that this was so.

    if you are not a troll please drop your belief that DACA is done and stop torturing yourself with leftist rumor.


  32. I gotta apologize to an ‘angel mom’ because I finally saw the headline about Trump offering amnesty to 1.8 million IN EXCHANGE for more security. A 10 to 12 year deal, complete with assimilation and annual checking up and a VERY FINAL and VERY AIR TIGHT border wall and closure of chain migration is very different from just giving amnesty without any limitations.

    So I apologize because it must be disheartening to hear, but I don’t think that his version of amnesty is what the gleeful left think it is. Meritocracy and citizens who have actually been clearly good for America would make a very big difference for one thing.

    But again, my apologies because I cannot imagine the agony of an angel mom.


    • Southpaw says:

      There won’t be a deal. The left will never allow chain migration to be ended. They will rebrand it with a family or child heartstring to keep it alive.


    • G. Combs says:

      “…Trump offering amnesty to 1.8 million IN EXCHANGE for more security…..”

      It is NOT 1.8 million. It seems to be approximately 690,000 active DACA recipients as of September 4, 2017.


      It is somewhere between 526,288 and 1,267,834 because DACA has to be renewed every 2 years AND no felony and no more than 2 misdemeanors. PDF (I can not get an accurate number from that PDF from Homeland Security.)

      So let’s look at Numbers USA. They have:
      How many DACA applications have been received?
      897,605 initial applications
      968,443 renewal applications

      How many illegal aliens have received DACA?
      793,026 have received initial approval
      895,574 have received renewals

      And FINALLY
      U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
      Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) as of September 4, 2017.
      They list by country and at the very bottom:

      “…Notes: The number of individuals who were ever granted DACA as of September 4, 2017 was approximately 800,000. This total excludes persons who applied for an initial grant of DACA and were not approved, as well as initial DACA requestors that were approved at first, but later had their initial request denied or terminated. Nearly 40,000 DACA recipients have adjusted to lawful permanent resident (LPR) status, leaving about 760,000 who are not LPRs. About 70,000 individuals who were granted DACA either failed to renew at the end of their 2-year validity period or were denied on renewal, leaving approximately 690,000 active DACA recipients as of September 4, 2017.

      So that is the best guess.


  33. LondonFog says:

    As a British person living in England so sad that only some of us are going to be on the right side of history. Your great country is going to roar. God speed America!


    • Bendix says:

      From the pictures I’ve seen of President Trump at Davos, I get the impression that a lot of the EU countries are waking up, at least their citizens are, and many are secretly hoping our president saves them from themselves.

      Liked by 1 person

  34. Donna in Oregon says:

    Would love to trade Mayor of NYC for Nigel Farage. Okay, that’s not a fair trade.

    So if we add: Cher, Barbra Streisand, Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, and Meryl (She Knows) Streep.

    Still no? Okay, add in Robert De Niro and Robert Redford.

    Done deal? Fingers crossed.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Don’t you think she looks tired?

    Liked by 1 person

  36. Angel Martin says:

    Theresa May won’t be there much longer. UK tories quickly dump politically ineffective leaders.

    Liked by 2 people

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