Donald Trump refuses to meet with Milkshake

UK Politics, World News

US president, Donald Trump, has  turned down a meeting with ‘negative’ Jeremy Corbyn

…and has also refused a request to meet with every protesters favourite dairy-based friend, the Milkshake.

“Typical”, responded the Milkshake, “Milkshakes have been treated appalling in this country for the past month, being thrown over all manner of obscure right-wing politicians. It’s about high time the President woke up to our plight and listened, before this becomes an international issue”

When asked about a meeting with Jeremy Corbyn, President Trump responded “He wanted to meet with me and I told him no”

“…and I said the same to the Milkshake. If he wanted to meet with me, he shouldn’t have been so nasty to my very good friend, Nigel Farage. Very Nasty. Very Rude. Rudest milkshake ever”, the president justified.

Donald Trump reportedly  drinks a dozen cans of Diet Cola a day

“This is yet another example of The President’s bigoted, sexist, racist, misogynistic, divisive behaviour”, The Milkshake went onto complain, “If I was a soda based beverage, low in sugar, but packed with EU-banned sweeteners, I’m sure he would be begging to meet me. I mean,  he even met Michael Gove for goodness sake.”

President Trump has said that it was “tough” and “probably inappropriate” to meet Mr Corbyn on this occasion, but would have “no problem” with meeting him another time.

“…. And the same is true for the Milkshake, provided I’m behind a shower proof shield of plexiglass. I really don’t like getting wet. I mean really. I’m a very clean person. Cleanest person ever. Hygiene is my priority.”

President Trump was reported as saying, “”I really don’t like critics as much as I respect people who get things done.”

“Preposterous”, responded the Milkshake “Milkshakes have a lot to offer politics. Why only last week, I heard a Banana Milkshake in a blue container, is about to enter the Conservative leadership race. Jeremy Hunt has already refused to debate with him on TV, for fear of being outwitted. I call that running scared”.

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