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« on: July 14, 2018, 02:14:22 pm »


The inconvenient reality in London on Friday, July 13, 2018…



A blimp depicting President Trump as an orange baby is flown in Parliament Square in London. Trump is making his first trip to Britain as president after a tense summit with NATO leaders in Brussels and on the heels of ruptures in British Prime Minister Theresa May's government because of the crisis over Britain's exit from the European Union. — Photograph: Matt Dunham/Associated Press.
A blimp depicting President Trump as an orange baby is flown in Parliament Square in London. Trump is making his first trip to Britain as president
after a tense summit with NATO leaders in Brussels and on the heels of ruptures in British Prime Minister Theresa May's government because of
the crisis over Britain's exit from the European Union. — Photograph: Matt Dunham/Associated Press.


Protesters hold up placards as they take part in a march and rally in London. — Photograph: Tolga Akmen/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images.
Protesters hold up placards as they take part in a march and rally in London. — Photograph: Tolga Akmen/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images.

A woman wearing a Statue of Liberty hat takes part in a demonstration against President Trump. — Photograph: Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images.
A woman wearing a Statue of Liberty hat takes part in a demonstration against President Trump. — Photograph: Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images.

People protest Trump's visit in central London. — Photograph: Yves Herman/Reuters.
People protest Trump's visit in central London. — Photograph: Yves Herman/Reuters.

Thousands of people take part in a protest of President Trump. — Photograph: Photograph: Rick Findler/European Pressphoto Agency/Agencia-EFE/Shutterstock.
Thousands of people take part in a protest of President Trump. — Photograph: Photograph: Rick Findler/European Pressphoto Agency/Agencia-EFE/Shutterstock.

A protester holds an anti-Trump sign. — Photograph: Rick Findler/European Pressphoto Agency/Agencia-EFE/Shutterstock.
A protester holds an anti-Trump sign. — Photograph: Rick Findler/European Pressphoto Agency/Agencia-EFE/Shutterstock.

People flood the streets of London to protest President Trump's visit. — Photograph: Rick Findler/European Pressphoto Agency/Agencia-EFE/Shutterstock.
People flood the streets of London to protest President Trump's visit. — Photograph: Rick Findler/European Pressphoto Agency/Agencia-EFE/Shutterstock.
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« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2018, 02:14:52 pm »


A protester holds an anti-Trump sign in London. — Photograph: Yves Herman/Reuters.
A protester holds an anti-Trump sign in London. — Photograph: Yves Herman/Reuters.

People gather to protest President Trump in central London. — Photograph: Simon Dawson/Reuters.
People gather to protest President Trump in central London. — Photograph: Simon Dawson/Reuters.

A man carrying an anti-Trump sign walks along a street during a protest. — Photograph: Simon Dawson/Reuters.
A man carrying an anti-Trump sign walks along a street during a protest. — Photograph: Simon Dawson/Reuters.

Demonstrators protest the visit of President Trump. — Photograph: Simon Dawson/Reuters.
Demonstrators protest the visit of President Trump. — Photograph: Simon Dawson/Reuters.

Thousands of people protest in London. — Photograph: Andy Rain/European Pressphoto Agency/Agencia-EFE/Shutterstock.
Thousands of people protest in London. — Photograph: Andy Rain/European Pressphoto Agency/Agencia-EFE/Shutterstock.

Demonstrators take part in an anti-Trump protest in central London. — Photograph: Yves Herman/Reuters.
Demonstrators take part in an anti-Trump protest in central London. — Photograph: Yves Herman/Reuters.

A protester shouts anti-Trump chants and holds a sign. — Photograph: Rick Findler/European Pressphoto Agency/Agencia-EFE/Shutterstock.
A protester shouts anti-Trump chants and holds a sign. — Photograph: Rick Findler/European Pressphoto Agency/Agencia-EFE/Shutterstock.
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Demonstrators gather on Trafalgar Square to protest Trump. — Photograph: Luke Macgregor/Bloomberg.
Demonstrators gather on Trafalgar Square to protest Trump. — Photograph: Luke Macgregor/Bloomberg.

Demonstrators hold banners during a protest in central London. — Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg.
Demonstrators hold banners during a protest in central London. — Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg.

Demonstrators hold a Trump placard during a protest. — Photograph: Luke Macgregor/Bloomberg.
Demonstrators hold a Trump placard during a protest. — Photograph: Luke Macgregor/Bloomberg.

Demonstrators, dressed in dinosaur costumes, attend a protest. — Photograph: Luke Macgregor/Bloomberg.
Demonstrators, dressed in dinosaur costumes, attend a protest. — Photograph: Luke Macgregor/Bloomberg.

A demonstrator, dressed as the Statue of Liberty, joins a protest against Trump. — Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg.
A demonstrator, dressed as the Statue of Liberty, joins a protest against Trump. — Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg.

Demonstrators hold a placard reading “U.K. Rejects Trump” during a protest. — Photograph: Luke Macgregor/Bloomberg.
Demonstrators hold a placard reading “U.K. Rejects Trump” during a protest. — Photograph: Luke Macgregor/Bloomberg.

Activists guide a giant balloon depicting President Donald J. Trump as an orange baby during a demonstration in Parliament Square in London. — Tolga Akmen/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images.
Activists guide a giant balloon depicting President Donald J. Trump as an orange baby during a demonstration in Parliament Square in London.
 — Tolga Akmen/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images.

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« Reply #3 on: July 14, 2018, 02:15:34 pm »


So much for President “full-of-shit” Dumb J. Trump being “Mr Popularity” with the Brits, eh?






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Protesters against President Donald J. Trump's visit to Britain gather in Trafalgar Square after taking part in a march in London on Friday. — Photograph: Niklas Hallen/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images.
Protesters against President Donald J. Trump's visit to Britain gather in Trafalgar Square after taking part in a march in London on Friday.
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A young girl wades in a London fountain after a demonstration against President Trump's visit to Britain. — Photograph: Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images.
A young girl wades in a London fountain after a demonstration against President Trump's visit to Britain. — Photograph: Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images.
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Activists from Stand Up to Racism Scotland stage a protest at the Trump Turnberry resort Wednesday ahead of President Trump's scheduled visit. — Photograph: David Cheskin/Press Association/Associated Press.
Activists from Stand Up to Racism Scotland stage a protest at the Trump Turnberry resort Wednesday ahead of President Trump's scheduled visit.
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« Reply #8 on: July 14, 2018, 10:34:40 pm »


from The Guardian…

Police search for Trump protester who breached no-fly zone

Paraglider flew past president at Scottish resort trailing ‘Trump: well below par’ banner.

By LIBBY BROOKS | 9:47AM BST — Saturday, July 13, 2018

The banner-trailing protester flies over President Donald J. Trump's Turnberry resort in Scotland. — Photograph: Photograph: John Linton/Press Association.
The banner-trailing protester flies over President Donald J. Trump's Turnberry resort in Scotland. — Photograph: Photograph: John Linton/Press Association.

POLICE are continuing to search for a paragliding Greenpeace protester who broke through the no-fly zone surrounding Donald Trump's Turnberry golf resort on Friday evening, to fly past the US president as he entered the Scottish hotel.

Despite efforts to keep protesters away from the presidential party, the paraglider flew past police snipers and in front of the hotel, apparently in view of the president, trailing a banner reading “Trump: well below par #resist”.

Police Scotland said on Saturday morning that “inquiries were ongoing to trace the person responsible” as more protesters began to gather for a second day of demonstrations. By 8.30am, people were congregating by the police cordon around the resort carrying banners and placards, with thousands more expected to attend demonstrations across the country.

Greenpeace said it had alerted police to the protest minutes in advance. The group's spokesman Ben Stewart said: “Theresa May should not have dignified Trump with a visit to the UK. The vast majority of British people are appalled by his words and deeds. He is, simply, the worst president ever. That's why we flew over him with a message branding him well below par.”

Popular Scottish comic Janey Godley, whose earthy anti-Trump sign went viral when she protested at his last visit to Scotland in 2016, was standing with friends and a more demurely worded placard at the police cordon on the beach at Turnberry on Saturday.

Godley said: “I’m here to protest Trump because I think it's important for women's voices to be heard against someone who shows absolute disrespect for women. His policies are divisive and he has enabled racism and rightwing opinion across Europe as well as in the US. The Americans who voted for him have every right to do so, but wait until they get sick and need healthcare.”

Trump is expected to spend the rest of the weekend at the resort, which he bought in 2014, to end his controversial first visit to the UK as president, characterised by his own perplexing contradictions and unprecedented protests.

The secretary for Scotland, David Mundell, briefly greeted Trump as he and his wife, Melania, disembarked from Air Force One at Prestwick airport near Glasgow on Friday evening. No members of the Scottish government were present.

Trump had not requested a meeting with the first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, an outspoken critic of his policies who, according to a former staffer, the US president “totally hates”. Instead, Sturgeon will spend Saturday in Glasgow leading an LGBT Pride march.

At a rally in Glasgow on Friday evening, more than 2,000 protesters gathered and Scotland's political parties set aside their constitutional differences to present a united opposition to Trump's presence in Scotland. Many more were expected to attend the national demonstration in Edinburgh on Saturday, which begins with a march from the Holyrood parliament past the US embassy, and culminates in a family festival in the Meadows park, south of the city centre.

The Trump baby balloon was transported up from London overnight to greet protesters at the Meadows. Organisers had hoped to be able to fly the 6-metre balloon, which depicts Trump as an angry baby, outside the Turnberry resort but Police Scotland refused permission for security reasons.

Turnberry, which Trump described as a “magical place” earlier this week, has undergone a £200m transformation over the past four years.

It is made up of three links golf courses, a golf academy, and an elegant hilltop hotel, built in 1906, which looks out across the sea to the rock island of Ailsa Craig. Inside, it is lavishly decorated with glittering chandeliers, leather sofas and a discreet portrait by the reception desk of Trump in a relaxed pose taking a golf swing.


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Libby Brooks is The Guardian's Scotland correspondent, based in Glasgow. She previously worked as the Scotland reporter, and before that as editor and columnist on Comment. She joined the paper in 1998 as a feature writer and subsequently became women's editor. Her book The Story of Childhood: Growing Up in Modern Britain is published by Bloomsbury.

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« Reply #9 on: July 15, 2018, 02:29:32 pm »


from iNews…

Donald Trump heckled and booed as ‘racist’
by protesters as he golfs in Scotland


By BENJAMIN BUTTERWORTH | 11:30PM BST — Saturday, 14 July 2018

US President Donald J. Trump plays a round of golf on the Trump Turnberry resort in South Ayrshire, where he and first lady Melania Trump are spending the weekend. — Photograph: Press Association.
US President Donald J. Trump plays a round of golf on the Trump Turnberry resort in South Ayrshire, where he and
first lady Melania Trump are spending the weekend. — Photograph: Press Association.


DONALD TRUMP has been confronted by protesters while playing golf with his son in Scotland.

The US president, who is on his first visit to the UK since taking office, is staying at his Trump Turnberry Golf Resort in Scotland for the weekend.

Protesters who had gathered on the nearby beach climbed a hill to ensure the president could see them when he took to the golf course.

Mr Trump, the 45th president of the US, waved as they shouted: “No Trump, no KKK, no racist USA.”




Private Visit

The president and his wife Melania arrived in Scotland on board Air Force One on Friday evening, before travelling by motorcade to the Trump resort – one of two Scottish golf courses he owns.

They are making a “private visit” there after earlier meeting both Theresa May and the Queen on what is the celebrity’s first visit to the UK as president.

Mr Trump tweeted: “I have arrived in Scotland and will be at Trump Turnberry for two days of meetings, calls and hopefully, some golf – my primary form of exercise! The weather is beautiful, and this place is incredible! Tomorrow I go to Helsinki for a Monday meeting with Vladimir Putin.”


First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon joins people taking part in Pride Glasgow, Scotland's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) pride event in Glasgow. — Photograph: Press Association.
First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon joins people taking part in Pride Glasgow, Scotland's lesbian, gay, bisexual,
transgender and intersex (LGBTI) pride event in Glasgow. — Photograph: Press Association.


Scottish protests

Protesters marched through Edinburgh to demonstrate against him during the visit, with organisers saying an estimated 60,000 people had taken to the streets on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon — who is not scheduled to meet the president — instead opted to lead Scotland's largest LGBT Pride event in Glasgow.

Ms Sturgeon said she had been a “wee bit tickled” by reports that POTUS “hates her” and has been “bitching” about her to May.

The First Minister said: “I find it hard to believe that the president of the United States with all the big important issues that he has to deal with on a daily basis, finds the time to rant about me on the telephone to Theresa May.

“If it is true, I suppose I should take it as a compliment, I certainly don't spend that much time talking about him.”


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Related to this topic:

 • The funniest protest signs from Edinburgh's anti-Trump march

 • Donald Trump claims: Brexit trade deal could be off, Boris Johnson would be a ‘great PM’ — and UK loves me

 • Analysis: Donald Trump has torn up the diplomatic rulebook with his humiliation of Theresa May


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You've gotta love the Scottish — they sure have a way with words when it comes to witty insults…



  Scottish Spider-Man makes his point as thousands march in Edinburgh against Donald Trump's visit. — Photograph: Lesley Martin/Press Association.
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