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Poll: should Trump have been given a full state visit?

This poll is about 5 years old

Protests are taking place against the state visit of US president Donald Trump.

There has been debate about whether he should have been accorded full state honours – including meeting the Queen at a lavish banquet.

Rather than meet him, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has chosen to address protestors instead.

Trump has been accused or racism and misogyny and of normalising far right views.

What do you think – should Trump have been given a full state visit?

Vote now and get the debate going by leaving a comment below.

Should Donald Trump have been given a full state visit?

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Charles Strang
about 5 years ago
The resources spent on entertaining the POTUS should’ve been used to bring all possible D-Day participants (from all sides) to the commemoration, avoiding any triumphalism. The sights of re-enactment enthusiasts on the beaches were particularly unnecessary and distasteful.
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Lok Yue
about 5 years ago
It WAS a triumph. And why should UK resources be used to pay for participation from those from non-allied nations?
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