Trump supporters turn in London on the day after the protests

Pro-Trump-Fans took to the streets on Saturday.

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LONDON – thousands of trump supporters and other extreme right-wing activists took to the nation’s capital on Saturday — a day after the anti-Trump protesters dominates the city.

During the display of the right-wing support, were not nearly as big as the huge anti-Trump March demanded that the international media attention the day before, it was still a clear sign of support for Trump from those who eagerly against the claim that Trump had, was unanimously rejected by the British.


The day began with a small pro-Trump rally outside the US Embassy, with numerous red “MAGA” hats and US and UK flags as well as a few anti-Hillary Clinton T-shirts.

To show later, about 3,000 people came from the vicinity of Trafalgar Square their support of trump, as well as the detained extreme-right and anti-Islam activist Tommy Robinson.

“Oh Tommy Tommy Tommy Tommy Tommy Tommy Robinson,” thundered the football-chant for the activist during the entire event.

Robinson, the ex-leader of the English Defense League, was imprisoned for 13 months before the beginning of may for contempt of court after he arrested a location outside a court in Leeds. His supporters have claimed that the law was applied unevenly, and to criticise concern for his safety in prison, taking into account its history, the Islam.

Flags and banners during the March.

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A number of right-wing populist groups were at the March, including Generation identity — who calls himself a “European Patriotic youth movement” — as well as a number of right-wing Western politicians. Controversial Dutch MP Geert Wilders made a address via video, while Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., Spoke about the importance of free speech.

The presentations were a mixture of support for Trump’s, Robinson’s and also raised concerns about the risk of mass migration and the importance of national sovereignty.

American flags were re-read in abundance, as well as pro-Trump banners and posters, “Britain Loves trump card.”

“The garbage, the clothed splashed about Trump was yesterday, it is a completely unjustified vitriol against him,” Robert Stevens, with a Trump T-shirt, told Fox News. “I’m not a massive Trump fan, but the old man has made, in my opinion, nothing wrong.”

He also rejected the idea that the majority of people were in the protests “far-right”.

“I don’t think we’re right wing, we are certainly not the left, but we just want what is right, and I think that Tommy Robinson puts everything exactly right-working people speak to all the wrongs, this and this,” he said.

The event was to read the end of a video of the Trump of the lyrics to “The snake” — often Trump as an allegory for the Islamic immigration.

The trump and the Robinson supporters marched through the street, which was marred by a group of a handful of of Robinson Fans blocking traffic in the vicinity of Trafalgar Square.

As the police negotiated with those protesters, and the other screamed at them to get out of the street — nervous, as more and more photographers took photos of them, blocking the path of a bus driven by a woman in a hijab.

“We ain’ T gonna Los get nowhere with you,” a one-man-data traffic blocked, yelled at other protesters stood on the sidewalk. The people would later say, Fox News, and he keep the wool traffic on “cost the British government some money-because that is all they understand.”

“You’re a f——g idiot,” a fellow marcher, yelled at him, he calls on the police, “pull him” from the street. The Evening Standard later reported that there were 12 arrests after clashes broke out in Westminster.

Robinson Fans were likely to be worn by a Reuters report that said that Sam Brownback, U.S. Ambassador for International religious freedom, complained to the British Ambassador in Washington DC about Robinson’s treatment

Protesters took to the Trafalgar Square.

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A State Department official told Fox News that the characterizations of the conference were “totally wrong.”

On the other side of London, a pub in Hammersmith, renamed had was – “trombone arms” for the President’s visit and planned to hold an event on Saturday night with hot dogs, cocktails and other American treats.

Decorated with plenty of American flags, MAGA caps and a life-sized cutout of the President Trump, patrons of Fox News said, they had come to show support for Trump.

Mark Nicholas said that he had been dealt with objections to the way Trump, when he visited London.

“If the Queen the same way, was treated in America, we would be up in arms,” he said. I think, whether you like him or not like him, he should be treated accordingly.”

The landlord (currently with the title of “chief of staff”), Damien Smyth, said that it is the mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, was the approval of the “Trump baby” balloon, the jump in the change of the name of the device.

The Trump arms celebrated, the President of Trump’s visit.

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“What an insult, not to Outdo an insult, because he said he is a tough old dog, there is no problem with him”. “But it is an insult to the good decent American people to vote for Mr Trump.”

Smyth said that they saw a huge increase in visitors to the pub, and the reception was overwhelmingly positive.

In front of the pub, a couple of protesters your stand in front of the pub. Margaret Owen was wearing a sign that says “Dump Trump” and said she was angry to see the “trump-Arms” in the vicinity of their apartment.

“Come out to my street and see you, this is unheard of, I am outraged.”, she said.

When asked if it should be at least the pub agreed to be allowed to change his name, she said: “no, you would be Hitler, would you? You would Hitler say, “Welcome’?”

Adam Shaw is a reporter covering the American and European politics for Fox News.. He can be reached.

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