It's customary for American Presidents to address the Parliament when making state visits to Britain. But seeing that Donald Trump is a pussy-grabbing puppet boy of a politician, the House of Commons is taking back its invitation!
On Monday, house speaker John Bercow announced he plans on blocking the predatory POTUS from addressing Parliament when he visits the U.K. later this year.
The speaker — who is one of three people with the authority to block visiting figures — said that addressing Parliament was an "earned honor" and not an invitation that came with a seat of power.
Bercow said that due to Drumpf's immigrant ban, he feels "strongly opposed" to an address from the racist and sexist businessman, explaining:
"We value our relationship with the United States… However, as far as [Parliament] is concerned, I feel very strongly that our opposition to racism and to sexism and our support for equality before the law and an independent judiciary are hugely important considerations in the House of Commons."
The House speaker's speech was followed by a round of applause from Parliament members in the Commons, which is usually a banned practice.
MPs and other British politicians praised Bercow's announcement. Liberal Democrat party leader Tim Farron made sure there was no confusion about Parliament "snubbing" Trump, saying in a scathing statement: