"This weekend when people from every walk of life joined to commemorate our war dead in services around the country, there was one conspicuous absence. Nigel Farage."You don't get to appropriate the Battle of Britain in your campaign literature, only to prioritise transatlantic photo-ops a few months later."Mr Farage likes to play by a different set of rules, this much is true. But in what universe do we let go, without comment or censure, the pictures of this grinning poppy-less popinjay in a gold lift with Donald Trump?"
Mail Online published “Is this really the day to audition for Strictly, Jeremy? Corbyn appears to dance a jig at the Cenotaph as he waits for the Remembrance Day parade”, and thus doubled down on the lies by claiming that Jezza was waiting at the Cenotaph when the shots were taken, although he wasn’t. The Murdoch doggies at the Super Soaraway Currant Bun were also on the case.
"Don Trump has a rather bigger job on his hands, having been elected as the 45th President of the United States". "I would like to invite Donald Trump to join me at the opening party for my Constituency Office, which is on the 7th December at Gelliwastad Road, Pontypridd.
Modestly he writes
"I would like to congratulate the new President-elect of the USA, Donald Trump. Especially as we have a few things in common.
"Not sure if you remember this, but back in March, when I was running for the Assembly, the Western Mail called me ‘the Donald Trump of Wales’ . (This was their idea of a really harsh insult.)"
(The quote was actually from the Latvian Honorary Consul to Wales Andris Taurins. Criticising Mr Bennett's comments on immigrants and litter, he said: “Please withdraw your silly, ill-thought-out, stupid comment or you run the risk of being the labelled the Donald Trump of Wales.”)
(The quote was actually from the Latvian Honorary Consul to Wales Andris Taurins. Criticising Mr Bennett's comments on immigrants and litter, he said: “Please withdraw your silly, ill-thought-out, stupid comment or you run the risk of being the labelled the Donald Trump of Wales.”)"Not sure if you remember this, but back in March, when I was running for the Assembly, the Western Mail called me ‘the Donald Trump of Wales’ . (This was their idea of a really harsh insult.)"
In his blog post, Mr Bennett continues:
"The only problem is, following the petition against him entering the UK back in January – signed by more than half a million people, and backed by numerous MPs – is President-elect Trump actually allowed to enter the country?"This petition was signed by so many people that it sparked a debate in the House of Commons."Many MPs expressed derision for Trump (who was not yet the Republican candidate), generally based on his supposed stupidity and lack of intellect."You may find Mr Bennett delusions amusing , but already the media is becoming comfortable with a Trump presidency .
"David Cameron, who was Prime Minister at the time, came out with the worst quote.
Speaking about Trump’s plan to put a temporary halt on Muslims entering the USA (for security reasons), Cameron said Trump’s remarks were “divisive, stupid and wrong.”
"Clearly Prime Minister Cameron did not have the slightest notion that Trump could possibly be America’s next President.
Soon he will be lauded and the Sun, Mail and Express will be calling for greater links with the US.
Especially as it becomes clear we will need to find trading partners as we surrender many of our European Markets after Brexit.
Will Trump demand that we follow his policies and accept his terms for any trade deal? You Betcha.
The biggest supporters will be Ukip of course , who will gleefully surrender sovereignty to the US so long as we accept the Alt-Right agenda coming out of Washington