WEBCHAT; Police Estimate 700 People Attended Cardiff Protest against Donald Trump

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WEBCHAT; Police Estimate 700 People Attended Cardiff Protest against Donald Trump


I am not a Trump fan, in fact I hate the chap and everything he stands for but it's a massive shame all these people did not stand up against certain muslim clerics in the UK preaching islamic fundamentalism and militant islam on your very own doorstep while living off our benefit system. I cannot honestly understand your game.

Gareth Arnold It's all good until someone gets through and blows themself up, and the lefties are like, "how did this happen"? Adam White I'm going to go insane if I see one more post saying the people protesting either a) don't have a job or b) don't protest about other things such as the cuts in NHS etc. Like how did you even get that conclusion in your head.

Alice Hayes The loony left unwashed always march over something that they democratically lost. No news here just wish they spent more time having a bath instead of protesting all the time.

Steven Thomas A Muslim Ban does NOT exist.

There is a 90-day hold on people from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen. Tina Odonnell Shame how these people in Cardiff were blindly led by an American Democrat student straight into a trap like pied piper. How did they not see it's Hilary's team staging things around the world? Steve Dunn No protests when Obama banned people from Syria. The media are stirring it up. Trump you do what you know is right for your country. These do-gooders have nothing better to do. Sue J Smith Would like to see all these people out today protesting standing up for this country, better equipment for children's hospitals, equal pension compared to benefit for immigrants, basically stand up for your own.

Robert Lyons Go President Trump, get the work done, and just maybe the world might be a better place for it. Too much killing, too much drugs, too many criminals and way too much Daesh, so leave the man do his job and start supporting him. …

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