Today, President Trump has reluctantly left the comforts of the White House for another overseas excursion, this time to the United Kingdom for his long-awaited and controversy-wracked visit to what was once one of our nation’s closest allies.
From the Parliament vote to deny Trump an official state visit to the mass protests and hot-air balloons that the British have prepared for his arrival, the people of the UK have made it very clear that he is not welcome in their country.
The prestigious British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), one of the world’s oldest and most respected news and media institutions, has prepared an unwelcome surprise for the President that he definitely won’t appreciate – a new investigation into his history of sexual abuse and predation.
Titled “”Trump: Is the president a sex pest?,” the BBC’s Panorama series unveiled a slew of new interviews with women who had attended parties and events with Trump during the 1980s and 1990s, recounting with lurid detail his insatiable hunger for female flesh and the brutish and lecherous manner with which he conducted himself at these functions.
“It was like a predator in action.”
Tonight’s programme is about @realDonaldTrump‘s alleged behaviour towards women in the 80s and 90s.
— Panorama 🌐 (@BBCPanorama) July 9, 2018
One woman, Barbara Piling, told Panorama that she was only 17 when she met Trump at a party. When she told him how old she was, Trump replied with a leer, saying “Oh, great. So you’re not too old and not too young. That’s just great.”
President Donald Trump has been accused of sexual assault and harassment by over twenty women, including the rape of a 13-year-old girl and numerous trips on convicted pedophile Jeffery Epstein’s private plane – also known as “the Lolita Express.” He has been caught on film multiple times sexualizing underage girls, including his own daughters.
The world-class journalists at the BBC certainly do not appreciate Trump’s constant attacks on the free press, his open xenophobic race-baiting, his appallingly inhumane immigration policies, or his impulsive tariffs on European goods.
Nor will they have forgotten his preposterous accusations that the United Kingdom helped President Barack Obama illegally wiretap Trump Tower during the election.
We can’t think of a better way to prepare the people of the United Kingdom for Trump’s visit than by reminding the world of just what kind of a man he really is.
Watch it here: