London Mayor Sadiq Khan escalated his war-of-words with the White House this week; bizarrely asserting the next President of the United States “Can’t be Trump.”
The outspoken Trump critic was speaking with the London Evening Standard when he was asked to comment on the current state of the 2020 election.
“I think the next president hasn’t declared yet. I think it’s not going to be Trump. It can’t be Trump,” said Khan. “We’ve got to recognise those people who voted for Donald Trump and made him president think he’s doing an OK job.”
“I’m clearly hopeful it’s a Democratic candidate becoming the next president. What happens in America matters for the rest of the world. I’m hoping those Americans who didn’t get involved in the last campaign get involved, get registered,” he added.
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ANARCHY IN THE UK: See Hannity's EXCLUSIVE Photos from INSIDE TRUMP Protest
Donald Trump traveled to the United Kingdom for the first time as President of the United States of America this week, sparking a fierce backlash from left-wing Londoners and their leader Mayor Sadiq Khan.
Sean Hannity’s team was in the UK Capital to witness the liberal demonstrations first hand Friday as thousands of protesters hit the streets to show their opposition to the President’s “racist” and “xenophobic” policies.
The Mayor of London raised international headlines earlier this year when he urged British Prime Minister Theresa May to disinvite Trump to the United Kingdom, saying he “was not welcome” in the capital.
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BLOODY BRITAIN: Families Consider ‘KNIFE-PROOF VESTS’ as Murder Rate Soars
Families across London are considering purchasing “knife-proof vests” for their children as the murder rate throughout the UK capital continued to soar this summer; raising serious security concerns for residents across the United Kingdom.
“Parents fearing for their sons’ lives are considering buying them stab-proof vests amid the knife-crime epidemic,” writes the Times.
The news comes after a male model was savagely killed outside his home in West London, with news reports saying he was stabbed in the heart.
His murder brings the knife-related death rate in the UK capital to 60 this year.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s popularity has plummeted in recent weeks as his administration struggles to clampdown on escalating gang violence across Britain’s largest city.
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