Thousands march in London to protest Donald Trump’s state visit

However, on Friday, a Seattle federal judge on Friday put a nationwide block on U.S. President Donald Trump’s week-old executive order that had temporarily barred refugees and nationals from seven countries from entering U.S.
Saturday’s demonstration in the British capital involved a two-mile (3-kilometre) march of several thousand people from the US embassy to the Houses of Parliament.How all that will translate in states like Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Florida, where Mr. Trump and Republican congressional candidates won key victories in November remains to be seen, but we newly energized volunteers will be working to clip his wings, and ultimately, to defeat him.One of Mr Trump’s first acts as President was to issue an executive order banning entry to the United States for people from seven Muslim-majority countries.It is unacceptable to have people protesting against President Trump saying, “Trump will destroy America”, when they are doing it themselves time after time maybe without realizing it.

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LaLiga attracts me a lot. “Everyone tells me about England, but that is not the league which excites me the most”. On the potential of a move to Madrid, he added: “We’re dropping Madrid, there was too much noise around it”.
Hang on for a minute.we’re trying to find some more stories you might like.. During a joint press conference in the White House Donald Trump and Theresa May tried to hide their concerns, but it was clear that the Prime Minister was disappointed because she had failed to achieve her goal.The Prime Minister said that in “six years as home secretary I never introduced such a policy” and that “we believe it is divisive and wrong”.Another said: “I don’t think you can ban any one group of people”.Lindsey German, from Stop The War Coalition, said: ‘We expect a whole range of people including Muslims to stand in solidarity against Donald Trump on Saturday’.MPs will debate the matter later this month – despite Downing Street insisting his visit will go ahead.