Donald Trump has been blasted and branded “a sad man tweeting from his bedroom” by a top British politician who says that Trump’s tweets are not harmless and that the President should be brought to task on how he uses social media. Trump is well known for his 3 am tweets, where he wakes up while the rest of America sleeps and starts tweeting aggressively, attacking the media and people who don’t hold the same opinions as he does.
Ms Yvette Cooper, a senior Labour politician and chair of the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee also wondered aloud why the UK Prime Minister Theresa May has so far failed or refused to criticise Trump’s tweets.
Referring to Mr Trump’s use of Twitter, she said: “These aren’t just harmless rants from a sad man in his bedroom.
“This is the bully pulpit of the most powerful man on the planet, broadcast direct to millions of people, echoed and amplified by the Breitbarts, the cheerleaders, the echo chambers.”
As she talked about Trump’s misogyny during her speech at the Fabian Society in London, Theresa May was meeting Trump at the G20 Summit in Germany.
Theresa May has remained silent about Trump’s disgusting tweets and insults on women. She has also refused to publicly criticise or speak out against Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Accord.
Theresa May is thought to have a “special relationship” with Donald Trump and the two of them agree on so many policies. They both agree on having total control over the internet, they are hostile against the press, they both supported Britain’s break away from the European Union, they all are against immigrants and they both don’t believe in Human Rights.
Theresa May caused consternation in Britain during a campaign speech when she promised a crowd of her British right supporters that, and we quote “I will rip up the human rights laws.” The far right groups cheered and hailed her speech as transformation.