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AB Editor | 09:37 Tue 31st Jan 2017 | News
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Has Theresa May Put The Queen In A "Difficult Position" With Her Donald Trump Invitation?

  • No - 177 votes
  • 63%
  • Yes - 103 votes
  • 37%

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Lol at Hopkirk and Anax, me too. :))
The Queen will, as ever, do her job superbly. She will charm Trump and exude the power of history at him whilst being gracious. By so doing she will accomplish a positive future for her realm. I'm quite intrigued to imagine Melania's contemplations of her wardrobe for the visit, which should be soon.
No. All heads of state get an invite. Even truely repugnant ones have had state visits and although Trump is divisive and not to everyone's sensibilities he is the president.

He is like Marmite. He said what h hinks, got elected and is doing what he said he would.

The queen will be as gracious and noble as she always is.
The royal family will do as a they are asked. The speed of the invitation is staggering, can't see how the event will be demonstration free though,
Doh, not about the Kuma Sutra then.
No.

Trump is the President of the USA - our greatest ally.

The fact that this question is even being asked is just further proof that the liberal, progressive left is completely out of control in both society and the media.

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