Theresa May crushes Jeremy Corbyn on Donald Trump

If you haven’t seen British Prime Minister Theresa May handle questions in the House of Commons, you might want to check her out. May was in top form when Jeremy Corbyn, the hard-left head of the Labour Party, recited a list of President Trump’s sins against leftism and then asked May what more it would take for her to revoke the president’s invitation to visit Britain.

May replied:

The Right Honourable Gentlemen’s foreign policy is to object to and insult the democratically elected head of state of our most important ally. Let’s just see what he would have achieved in the last week.

Would he have been able to protect British citizens from the impact of the Executive Order? No.

Would he have been able to lay the foundation for the trade deal? No.

Would he have got a 100 percent commitment to NATO? No.

That’s what Labour has to offer this country. Less protection for British citizens, less prosperous, less safe.

He can lead a protest. I’m leading a country.



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