Trump Downplays Protester Turnout in London, Blasts ‘Fake News’ for Polls in Tweetstorm

President Donald Trump early on Wednesday blasted the “corrupt media” for reporting on the paltry protester turnout during his trip to the U.K. and said if there was actually “fair” news accounts about his success in office, he would be dominating in polls, Fox News informed.

The President started the Twitter attacks on Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, former Vice President Joe Biden and even actress and singer Bette Midler.

“I kept hearing that there would be ‘massive’ rallies against me in the UK, but it was quite the opposite. The big crowds, which the Corrupt Media hates to show, were those that gathered in support of the USA and me,” he posted.

Thousands of London citizens took to the streets Tuesday in a protest of Trump’s meeting with the queen.

Protesters were reportedly kept away from the President during his meeting with Theresa May on Downing Street and with the queen at Buckingham Palace, according to The Guardian.

Trump’s trip, even though largely ceremonial, has been marked with controversies all along. He argued with London Mayor Sadiq Khan, calling him a “stone cold loser.”

Trump also told Morgan that Meghan Markle is “doing a great job” and he thinks she’s “very nice.” He called Prine Harry a “terrific guy” and said the “royal family is really nice.”

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