Here are the 12 funniest reactions to Donald Trump's UK visit
United States president and sentient Cheeto Donald Trump is visiting the United Kingdom this week. This is his first visit to Harry Potter's homeland since taking office. According to his schedule, Trump will join the Queen for tea at Windsor Castle, attend a black-tie dinner at Blenheim Palace with Prime Minister Theresa May, and stick his fingers his ears while yelling "LALALALALA" whenever he sees protesters.
President Trump recently stated, "I think they like me a lot in the UK," which is about as accurate as Kanye West saying, "I think Taylor Swift likes me a lot." According to YouGov, 77% of Brits have an unfavorable view of Trump. His arrival in London has been greeted with massive protests, which are expected to swell up to 200,000 on Friday. London Mayor Sadiq Khan even granted permission to fly a giant, 20-foot balloon depicting Trump as an angry baby.
Here the 12 funniest reactions to Donald Trump's UK visit. (So far!)
1. Balloon Trump is the best Trump
2. Bags of fish guts are actually the least disgusting British food
3. "Here’s a London welcome for an orange wasteman"
4. We all could
5. Baby jails made America great again
6. Perfect translation
7. "Wotsits is a British brand of cheesy flavour corn puffs"
8. Just turn off the lights and pretend you're not home
9. Yes, that says "F--- Trump" in Russian, and will be visible on Trump's flight path. The crop circle is 650 feet wide and took 14 hours to construct.
10. Truth in advertising
11. We're not sending our best
12. Air Farce One
Due to his famously fragile ego, President Trump will mostly avoid London on his UK visit. Instead, he will spend his time in the countryside. That means he will not be in the city when the Angry Baby Trump Blimp flies above Parliament Square for two hours on Friday, July 13. What a coincidence! Speaking with The Sun, President Snowflake complained about how "unwelcome" he feels in the UK.
“I guess when they put out blimps to make me 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 would I stay there?"
So, does that mean if we make him feel unwelcome in the United States, he won't stay here? Get your unflattering blimps ready!