US President Trump demanded an audience with Parliment after PM Theresa May banned his hair from entering the UK.
Reacting angrily in a series of Tweets, he bashed May and the 1.8 million petition signers who called for a ban on Trump.
"I should be able to defend myself in Parliment, it's really unfair that their Prime Minister can ban me by herself, I mean without any oversight, it looks bad for their system of government."
"Now Theresa May is showing her true face after being real nice-nice on her visit with me, well she's a weak loser in the UK anyway. Petitioners are losers living in their parents basements. Sad and weak."
"I think the Parliament should have the MI Sixes look into this petition people are talking about and see if George Soros paid people to sign it, he was probably behind the protesters in England too."
A source familiar with events at Number 10 told this reporter that later that night, someone, probably President Trump, called on the crises line, yelled, "weak!" and hung up.
The next morning White House Propaganda Dispenser Sean Spicer went on the attack against May's hair ban at the daily press briefing.
"First I want to say that serious heads of state don't make these kinds of impulsive, poorly thought out bans that can adversely affect the family of an important and popular leader, namely my boss, His Imp--uh, the President of the United States."
Spicer continued feeding his boss's delusions to the assembled press.
"President Trump was hoping to travel to the United Kingdom this spring with his family. At the least he should be allowed to travel to defend himself in Parliment against the negative Nancies who have lied about his hair. Now if a ban against him or his hair is upheld it's going to divide the president's family this spring if his wife and kids have to travel to the UK without him, the cruelty of this situation is untenable."
"But, further, it also seems impractical for the UK to ban an important ally in the fight against terrorism from their country and if any terror attacks take place in the UK during the ban, people should blame Prime Minister Theresa May."
Technically speaking it is a hair ban, so President Trump could visit the UK without his hair, but most analysts believe that is a no go for Trump for reasons of vanity. Alternately if it turns out that his hair is an alien implant after all, then he may not be able to separate from it with out being harmed.