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WATCH: London Mayor Sadiq Khan Doubles Down With Vicious Attacks On President Trump

Go away, dude. Your words mean nothing.

John Salvatore

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President Trump compared London Mayor Sadiq Khan to New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.

A highly accurate comparison, as both liberals are extremely radical.

Khan decided to double down and once again attack the most powerful man in the world in a vicious interview.

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From rolling back women’s reproductive rights to defending white supremacists and far-right nationalists – President Trump’s behaviour flies in the face of ideals America was founded upon.

As the US’s closest friends we have a duty to speak out.

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As your friend Sadiq, I must say to you. Did the terrorists you defended in court support the ideals you are talking about? They must have done otherwise you would have spoke out or not defended them? Farrakhan is a racist so why did you want him in the country? #hypocrite

Not all Londoners agree with you like you seem to think! Please don’t speak on my behalf.

He’s certainly not your friend, he has got good judgement of character.

When are you stepping down due to being an incompetent mayor?

Or alternatively

From supporting Sharia law to defending Jihadists and anti-semites, Sadiq Khan’s behaviour flies in the face of ideals by any moral standard.

We have a duty to speak out.

During 45’s visit to England, Khan blasted Trump as a “fascist” who poses a “global threat.”

And yet, Khan is cool with rabid anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan.

From Guardian:

The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has compared the language used by Donald Trump to rally his supporters to that of “the fascists of the 20th century” in an explosive intervention before the US president’s state visit to London that begins on Monday.

Writing in the Observer, Khan condemned the red-carpet treatment being afforded to Trump who, with his wife Melania, will be a guest of the Queen during his three-day stay, which is expected to provoke massive protests in the capital on Tuesday.

Khan noted: “President Donald Trump is just one of the most egregious examples of a growing global threat. The far right is on the rise around the world, threatening our hard-won rights and freedoms and the values that have defined our liberal, democratic societies for more than 70 years.

He added, “Viktor Orbán in Hungary, Matteo Salvini in Italy, Marine Le Pen in France and Nigel Farage here in the UK are using the same divisive tropes of the fascists of the 20th century to garner support, but with new sinister methods to deliver their message. And they are gaining ground and winning power and influence in places that would have been unthinkable just a few years ago.

Check out Khan on Farrakhan:

WATCH: Sadiq Khan says the UK will be on “the wrong side of history” for welcoming Trump and compares him to fascist dictators…

But he had no problem defending actual anti-semite Louis Farrakhan coming to the UK a few years ago…

H/T: Twitchy

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