I wouldn't have brought this subject up out of consideration for my friends 'across the pond', but since you did you clearly won't mind me saying that I am quite glad he's not coming - however I think the excuse he has given is pretty lame (if every politician refused to have anything to do with projects started by their predecessor, they'd never need to leave the house!). I also don't think he should be invited to the Royal wedding - Harry seemed to get on well with Obama so may want to invite him - presumably Donald wouldn't want to go to that either if that's the case.
I hope you'll all be kind to me even if I don't agree with you
I think it's a shame he's not coming. I also think he's been very misunderstood. I think this country has done nothing but slate him in the press and the tv. Our media are very good at propaganda and force feeding it's viewers negativity over certain political parties. He hasn't been given a fair chance to do anything as people are completely negative over him. I also think he has made some very true statements, unfortunately he has also said some things which have given the media great ammunition. I think he has Aspergers. Like my daughter who says things straight from the hip but it's ok as she get's a chance to explain herself again in a better way, he doesn't.
He would like to see America prosper again. I would like to see this country prosper again but it won't because of the extreme left. I think our country is a complete mess and would rather live in Denmark or Sweden or even Iceland Love our Royal Family though
I don't have any real thoughts about the man. I do think, though, that he would not have had a good reception. By usual standards the Royal wedding will be quite a modest affair, it will be interesting to see how many Heads of state will be in attendance. The chapel at Windsor isn't anywhere near the size of Westminster Abbey.
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