Trump is sincere in his compliments of the UK. Most of us Americans feel a special relationship with the UK. I do not believe Trump forget anything especially insults. So you may find that despite his high regard for the nation, that does not necessarily translate to high regard for all of its citizens.
The anti Trump rhetoric from certain sectors of British society is hysterical, monotonous and over the top. One of the worst culprits is the BBC and some of its ‘comedy’ programmes which seem to consist entirely of anti Trump and anti Brexit blather.
Trump is undoubtedly some at least of what America needs – a new broom to sweep away at least some of their cloying, corrupt, group-thinking establishment. And in pursuing perhaps some genuine American goals rather than the globalist social radicalism that the Democrat candidate and the establishment Republican candidates stood for, he can perhaps be useful for us as well.
But he can’t change the fact that what we really need is a genuinely patriotic and conservative leadership in our own country as well, rather than the globalists and social radicals currently holding the political and media high ground in our country largely uncontested, as they did in the US until the election of Trump. They still control much of the aforementioned high ground in the US.
In contrast, we live in a country where speech crime laws are being increasingly deployed to suppress dissent, where establishment figures actually report political figures to the police for making perfectly legitimate arguments against mass immigration, and where even what used to be conservative and traditionalist news media outlets have become mostly neocon indoctrination centres, pushing all the dogmas of the globalist elites.
Trump as leader of the US is good to us in many ways, for sure, but what we really need is a Trump equivalent in office here.
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