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David Cameron Joins China and Mexico: “Donald Trump Deserves Respect”



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David Cameron Joins China and Mexico: “Donald Trump Deserves Respect”

Post by Lobo on Thu 05 May 2016, 5:01 pm

David Cameron Joins China and Mexico: “Donald Trump Deserves Respect”

Jim Hoft May 5th, 2016 2:12 pm 78 Comments

Earlier this week China urged objectivity of Trump as a GOP nominee.
Former Mexican president Vicente Fox apologized to Donald Trump for saying he wouldn’t pay for his “F*cking Wall.”
On Thursday Trump-basher Prime Minister David Cameron from Great Britain said Donald Trump deserves respect.
David Cameron has said he “respects” the controversial presidential candidate Donald Trump for making it through the gruelling Republican primary process.
The Guardian reported:
The prime minister refused to retract his claim, made when a Trump candidacy still seemed an unlikely prospect, that the billionaire’s proposal for banning Muslims from the US was “stupid, divisive and wrong”.
Speaking at a joint press conference at 10 Downing Street alongside his Japanese counterpart, Shinzo Abe, Cameron said, having come through the tough primary process, Trump “deserves our respect”.
“Knowing the gruelling nature of the primaries, what you have to go through to go on and represent your party in a general election – anyone who makes it through that deserves our respect,” he said.
However, he added: “What I said about Muslims, I wouldn’t change that view. I’m very clear that the policy idea that was put forward was wrong, it is wrong, and it will remain wrong.”
Back in December Cameron attacked Donald Trump for his “stupid” comments

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