Theresa May’s apologism for Donald Trump has hit a new low, with the PM defending the US President’s decision to have his daughter Ivanka sit in for him at the G20 summit.

Ivanka, who is a senior advisor to the President, took a seat between Chinese president Xi Jinping and Theresa May when her boss/father/president left the room for another meeting.

Trump’s monarchical approach to government sparked outrage in the States, where it has been likened to Game of Thrones:

But asked about the “bizarre” moment by Labour MP Chris Bryant this afternoon, Theresa May told the Commons it was “entirely reasonable”:

Theresa May can’t take Prime Minister’s Questions this week as she’s out of the country.

Does this mean we can expect her husband Philip to deputise? 

Most Tory MPs would be relieved…

  1. JBigglesworth says:

    May’s utterly craven indulgence of Trump’s lunacy and hubris is demeaning this nation and just bloody dangerous.

    The Tories need to be gone.

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