With Trump trying to start a trade war with Mexico and Europe, the two are doing the obvious thing: banding together against him.
Even the global news agency Reuters is having trouble dealing with Donald Trump and the President’s hostility to media.
The German Chancellor Angela Merkel issued an unprecedented of Donald Trump before she even started answering questions from reporters.
Boris Johnson claimed last night that British citizens who have dual nationality with countries banned by Trump will have an ‘exemption’ to go to the US.
Former Labour leader Ed Miliband and Tory MP Nadhim Zahawi today joined forces to call for an emergency debate in Parliament over Trump’s Muslim ban.
Over a million Britons signed a petition just over the weekend to ‘prevent Donald Trump from making a state visit’ to the UK.
Imagine the scene. Your negotiators have spent the good part of a decade working out a trade deal with the United States. Then one day Trump gets angry with something he sees on TV, or Twitter, and says he wants the whole thing cancelled in 30 days.
Theresa May went to the United States last night to chummy up with Republicans, and especially Donald Trump. Let’s just say she wasn’t received that well.
The Prime Minister is flying to the United States this morning, and tomorrow she will meet Donald Trump. Already, she has been expressing her admiration for the man-baby, even as he expressed support for bringing back torture tactics.
In the last few days the United States has seen some outbreaks of dissidence against Trump in the form of Tweets from government officials.