The failed mayor seems to be upset after Trump hit him with the truth…
Amid President Donald Trump’s visit to the UK, London Mayor Sadiq Khan started throwing insults at him. “That’s the sort of behavior I’d expect from my daughters when they were 11,” Khan said. “But look, it’s for him to choose how he decides to tweet.”
Khan’s Observer op-ed compared the president to the “fascists of the 20th century,” arguing that Britain should not greet him by rolling out the red carpet.
Khan also took several shots at Trump’s divisive rhetoric and policies, arguing that he uses “xenophobia, racism and ‘otherness’ as an electoral tactic” and lies “deliberately and repeatedly to the public.”
In response, Trump told Khan in his tweet that he was “foolishly ‘nasty’ to the visiting President of the United States, by far the most important ally of the United Kingdom.”
In Khan’s Tuesday remarks, he made clear that he indeed views the U.S. as “our closest allies.”
“We have a special relationship with them,” he said. “I compare it to having a best friend. Our expectations of our best friend our much higher than they are of an acquaintance or just a friend, and if we’ve got differences, we should be able to express them honestly and candidly.”
How could Sadiq Khan, Mayor of the stabbing capital of the world, be so hypocritical saying one thing but tweeting something else.