Feminist UK Official Calls Trump ‘Sexual Predator’ and ‘Racist’ During His Diplomatic Visit

United Kingdom Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry is attempting to undermine diplomacy, attacking President Trump with vitriolic insults during his visit to Great Britain.

“A state visit is an honor, and we don’t think that this president deserves an honor,” said Thornberry, a regular critic of Trump.

“He is a sexual predator, he is a racist, and it’s right to say that,” she added. “And I think we need to think about when is it that our country got so scared. Why can’t we start saying things as they are?”

The feminist is angry that common diplomacy is occurring, and she believes that a wedge should be driven between the U.K. and the U.S. because she is triggered. Her feelings should be more important than cooperation between the nations.

“It’s like the way you deal with a bully. If you bow down in front of them, you get kicked harder,” Thornberry said on the BBC’s “Today” radio show.

She also praised leftist, anti-Israel Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn’s decision to boycott President Trump’s visit. She is ashamed of the British government for “fawning all over Trump” and “holding his hand.”

Thornberry believes that the U.K. should be able to dictate to the U.S. who their leaders should be.

“When you have a close friend and they’re going wrong, you are more likely to be more adamant with them, clearer with them, than with someone who has not been as close a friend and you are trying to build a relationship with them,” Thornberry said, as reported by Politico EU.

She doesn’t even think her own people should be able to decide for themselves either, as the Thornberry calls for another referendum on the Brexit despite the voters already approving the measure and the Brexit Party dominating recent EU parliamentary elections.

“There should be a (new Brexit) referendum and we should campaign to remain,” she said.

President Trump also clashed with London Mayor Sadiq Khan, who virtue-signals against Trump instead of keeping people in his city safe from a migrant crime wave.

“In years to come, I suspect this state visit will be one we look back on with profound regret and acknowledge that we were on the wrong side of history,” Khan wrote in an op-ed.

“History teaches us of the danger of being afraid to speak truth to power and the risk of failing to defend our values from the rise of the far right. At this challenging time in global politics, it’s more important than ever that we remember that lesson,” he wrote.

Trump fired back at Khan:


Trump’s trip to the U.K. will conclude on Wednesday.

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