Varney: Trump's UK visit was a diplomatic and economic success

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Published: 10 hours ago

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FBN's Stuart Varney on the success of President Trump's state visit to Britain. FOX Business Network (FBN) is a financial news channel delivering real-time information across all platforms that impact both Main Street and Wall Street. Headquartered in New York — the business capital of the worl...



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The state visit to britain was a success, a big success. You would not know that if you relied on america's media for your information, okay, we're going to deal with that in just a moment, but consider this britain's royals put on a great show for our present, and you know what he seemed to like it. He seemed to be enjoying himself even with prince charles the climate change warrior. Even the bri ...
ish media acknowledged the warmth they're, starting to like the guy. It was a diplomatic success to present trump put new life into the special relationship by the way. That is an expression that president obama tried hard to avoid when he visited president trump calledit, the greatest alliance the world has ever known. Also true, remember d-day, 75 years ago the alliance liberated europe. It was an economic success to present trump suggested. A phenomenal trade deal with tremendous potential at their news conference. Prime minister may enthusiastically agreed that brits want this. They need it. So where were all the protests muted to say the least? Instead of a quarter million protesters, there were just a few thousand, the insulting dump trump inflatable toilet.

Look more like juvenile bathroom humor than political biting comment. Opposition leader jeremy corbyn tried, oh so hard to fire up a bedraggled crowd and failed, but there were several headlines like this in the son. Treasured friendship, trumpin tribute to great great queen i'll, tell you they are starting to like him, but not america's media. Oh no. They just can't lay off the contempt can they network coverage focused on the protests, their reporters clearly finding it very difficult to explain the very small turnout and this morning's new york times sinks to this level of criticism describing the buckingham palace banquet quote the president grinned. Happily, in his sorely fitting white tie and tails, and quote he waded shamelessly into his hosts affair, how weak - and there was virtually no mention of the first lady who clearly overpowered everyone with glamor class and charm. I think americans like to see the president shine and shinehe did.


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