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The UK needs to take responsibility for their son, Donald John Trump, and stop pretending like he’s not theirs. If Germany or Norway want him, they are welcome to him, as well.
Trump’s mother immigrated to the USA in May of 1930, after the 1929 stock market crash, when unemployment had already risen to around 10%, and a lot of rich people had gone bankrupt. The US had no need of Trump’s mother as a domestic (maid) in 1930. Trump’s mother, Mary MacLeod, was not persecuted. She was not banished by the UK like so many Scots were. Born into a huge family, on an island, she was simply one less hungry mouth for Britain to feed during the depression and one more for the USA to feed when there were many hungry American mouths already. The entire world is now paying the consequences of this failure in US immigration policy.
Trump should be banished back to his maternal home…
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