Donald Trump has delayed his visit to the UK in the hope that protests and anger against him dies down later on.
When Michael Gove interviewed Trump for The Times a few weeks ago, he didn’t reveal that Rupert Murdoch was also sitting in the room.
When the Speaker of the House John Bercow criticised Trump a fortnight ago, Tory MPs were apoplectic.
It attracted an unprecedented 1.8 million signatures, but apparently public opinion is only important when it aligns with government policy.
Trump’s campaign are hoping to bring American cheerleaders to accompany him to his trip to Britain, to ensure he isn’t left saddened by protests.
Tory MPs and the Telegraph newspaper, desperate to please Donald Trump after last week’s embarrassing ban, are still taking aim at John Bercow.
One of the New York Times’s top reporters from Iraq says that ISIS militants in Iraq are “celebrating” Trump’s ban on Muslim visitors.
Extraordinary events in the House of Commons today as Speaker John Bercow said he would block Trump from addressing the House of Commons.
The Deputy PM of Sweden perfectly trolled Trump today with a picture of her surrounded by women as she signed a law.
The Trump Train doesn’t get any less absurd two weeks into the new Presidency.