Of course he's bringing the whole damn family. After all, Ivanka has already acknowledged that she lusts for her ``princess moments.''
Maybe this is a dumb question, but why is Trump dictating who gets invited to an event in England?
It's not a dumb question, it's a totally valid question! I have no idea other than as usual it's all about him and our "royal clampett family". He's certainly not coming for the exalted purpose of the gathering which is D-Day, a day when young men gave their lives so the rest of us could live free not under Hitler's boot. It's so appalling to think of how this will be a circus not a dignified ceremony and the US represented by this man who is friends with so many neo-nazi's like Bannon and Miller. I feel sick. (I think it shows how seriously he takes this, in that he's planned the trip around playing golf on the way home).
I'm very curious about the protocol. I can't imagine calling up the palace and saying, hey there btw there will be at least 10 more for dinner, hope that doesn't mess up the seating plan. Oh to be a fly on the wall and see Q2 face when she was told....oh how priceless that would be! Can you imagine
I know she's too polite but couldn't she just say no can do? I'm not sure I understand where they are staying either, is it at Buckingham Palace or US Embassy, is there a dt hotel in London?
It makes me furious to think of my taxpaying money paying for this farce but the British having to cough up for security (I can only imagine it would be outrageous without the orange monster in the mix) is choking I'm sure. I would apologize but I didn't vote for him, so I'll send sympathy instead.
Knowing how Anne doesn't suffer fools gladly, I can only hope she's seated next to him at some point. ROFL