Even though U.S. President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May have just met, it is clear May had Trump’s back against Brit leaders who want to trash the new president. According to the Daily Caller, Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn attacked Trump during the the Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs) Feb. 1. He “pushed for May to withdraw the invitation for Trump to visit Britain, and May gave him a classic verbal beat down in defending the president.
May went after the Parliament socialist with a verbal meat cleaver and rattled off a litney of achievements that she has accomplished in meeting with Trump in comparison to the thread bare achievements of Corbyn. The prime minister pointed out what Corbyn wouldn’t have been able to accomplish if the underperforming member of parliament were prime minister.
Prime Minister May stressed:
- Would he have been able to protect citizens from the impact of the executive order? No.
- Would he have been able to lay the foundations of a trade deal? No.
- Would he have got a 100 percent commitment to NATO? No.
The British Prime Minister emphasized that her meeting with President Trump at the White House as well as her remarks at the GOP retreat in Philadelphia gave her the gravitas to stand with the president in fighting Islamic terror.
Corbyn, much like his democrat counterparts across the pond in America has a suitcase filled with liberal inuendos and clichéd attack phrases that rile his uninformed base. He stated, Trump had ignored international agreements on climate change, “incited hatred against Muslims, and directly attacked women’s rights,” reported the Daily Caller.
May answered Corbyn’s character assassination utterances with a firm comeback. She stressed, that the liberal member of parliament offered “Less protection for British citizens, less prosperous, less safe. He can lead a protest. I’m leading a country.”