SKY News has been blasted by some of its viewers after the highly biased news outlet promoted U.S. President Donald Trump’s upcoming state visit to Britain with the controversial Trump blimp from his last visit in Summer 2018.
President Trump, who arrived today – is one of Britain’s closest allies, yet the news channel that was recently taken over by leftist NBC News’ parent company Comcast, was hit with a fierce backlash from British Trump fans.
WATCH: SKY NEWS’ ANTI TRUMP AD
The Trump blimp was linked to Labour groups and was even ‘legitimised’ by failed London mayor Sadiq Khan, who has come out AGAIN to attack the President – despite his comments potentially damaging Britain’s special relationship with the worlds only remaining superpower.
Khan recently spoke The Guardian newspaper and claimed that it was ‘Un-British’ to roll out the red carpet for the 45th President of the United States, leading to attacks from Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage.
One of Sky News’ viewers Brent Speechly took to Twitter to slam Sky News over the blimp ad.
He wrote: “Incredibly disrespectful considering Britain is our closest ally!”
Another user going by the name of Hamish08, hit back: “Unbelievable how you are condoning this sky news, you forget you are meant to represent the whole of Britain, not just London.”
Fiona Unwin wrote: “This is shameful.”
Mr Trump is set to receive a wide amount of support when he arrives in the UK, and last year the majority of working-class Brits supported his visit and backed the President. A recent poll suggests people are more supportive of Donald Trumps visit than against it.
Britain’s Elitist mainstream media pushed a London-centric narrative of hate, protests and anti-Trump sentiment, yet every day Brits across the U.K. support Donald Trump.
Trump has captured the mood in working-class Britannia, last year he thought the U.K. voted for Brexit because of the immigration issue and said he “partially” won the U.S. election because of it.
He said last year: “It’s fine. They like me a lot in the U.K. I think they agree with me on immigration.” He added: “I think that’s why Brexit happened.”
Trump was officially greeted by the Queen at Buckingham Palace for lunch before attending an exhibition of items with ‘special significance’ to the U.S. from the Royal Collection.
Later in the evening, Queen Elizabeth will host a formal state banquet attended by members of the Royal Family including Prince William, Kate and Harry – Meghan Markle won’t be participating according to reports.
We will be covering Trump’s state visit for the next few days here on TR.NEWS
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