COMMIE Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for President Trumps state visit to the UK to be delayed.
Jez said that the separation of migrant children from their parents at American borders was a concern, even though this was a policy that was active during President Obama’s presidency.
He added that he was “proud to live in a multi-cultural society” and said Mr Trump needed to “get over it and start living in one”.
Speaking on a visit to a refugee camp in Amman, Jordan, Mr Corbyn told Sky News: “I didn’t invite him, the prime minister did.
“Interestingly, it’s been downgraded time after time from a state visit to an official visit to a visit.
“So I’m not absolutely sure what he’s going to do on this very brief time he has in the UK.
Corbyn was mocked online for his comments, Paul Joseph Watson, who recently backed UKIP said: “Corbyn is basically advocating the abolition of borders. God forbid he ever comes to power.”
Twitter user Syd Lloyd said: “Corbyn is basically advocating the abolition of borders.
God forbid he ever comes to power.”