Trump Blimp UK : Do Americans care of what the Brits think? - Every Corner A Story


LONDON: Opponents of President Donald Trump flew 6-meter ' Trump's Baby Blimp' depicting the US president as orange, snarling nappy-wearing baby outside the British Parliament. Trump who arrived in Britain on Thursday, told the Sun newspaper that the some planned protest against him in London made him feel unwelcome. Furthermore, he told the newspaper:


I guess when they put out blimps to make you feel unwelcome, no reason for me to go to London. I used to love London as a city. I haven't been there in a long time. But when they make you feel unwelcome, why should I stay there 

Being Indian, I think its hilarious. The President of United States, Donald Trump has always been the subsequent part of every protest, every bad name, every childish joke, every evil motive in the book by the US media, establishment elites and social justice leftists since before the US elections when he was even nominated for President. A blimp and protests in another country might have no effect on the President and I hope it will have no effect on his supporters.


The influence of protests in any country has always been heavily dependent upon the so-called 'Media Coverage and Observations'. Example: here in the USA, the largest annual rally has been the March For Life, for the opposition to abortion. Yet it barely rates more than a passing mention on most media outlets. However, a rally featuring a few hundred Neo-Nazis in Charlottesville, or a few dozen people protesting immigration or ICE gets national media attention for days, even weeks.
The media houses in the USA have their own agenda, much like the media in the UK does as well. US conservatives learned long ago that the media was biased against their point of view, so sensationalist news reporting should not mean anything to the people of America. One Suggestion to Americans: JUST IGNORE IT


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