Donald Trump Hopes To Assuage UK Leaders When He Meets With Big Ben

Funny story written by XRhonda Speaks

Tuesday, 31 May 2016

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Donald Trump hopes to ease the fears of UK leaders and other US allies when he meets with Big Ben next month.

Facing widespread condemnation from US Allies, Donald Trump is on a charm offensive to win over his critics in the UK and prove once and for all that he has the temperament to be a world leader.

"I'm going to meet with Big Ben," the Don Tweeted, "and I think the British people are going to come around, there is no bigger supporter of England than me." Along with the tweet was a picture of Trump at his desk with some fish and chips.

Now that picture has become a meme phenomenon, mostly ridiculing Trump's superficial understanding of the world.

The next day a Trump spokesman said that his boss really does know that Big Ben is a clock and that he was just making a joke.

Trump has been widely ridiculed in the UK for his demagoguery and business practices even inspiring a petition and a parliamentary debate on banning him from the UK.

Former First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond famously said Donald Trump "couldn't get elected the dog-catcher" in Scotland. This was after Trump's promises of jobs and economic growth failed to materialize after he destroyed a delicate ecosystem there and built a golf course in it's place.

Speaking to HBO Real Sports Salmond said, "Now Donald Trump wants to do for the US what he's done for Scotland, I pray the good people of the US do not elect a crazy man to lead their country. Donald Trump belongs in a mental hospital."

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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