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A banner reading “Build bridges not walls” has been draped across London’s Tower Bridge as part of a series of events across the world aimed to protest against Trump’s presidency.
Protesters were joined by Green Party joint leader Jonathan Bartley.
Protesters on the iconic bridge held up pink letters reading “Act now!” soon after sunrise while others unfurled the banner over the railings and a speedboat with a black flag reading “build bridges not walls” raced down the River Thames.
Beside the British parliament, protesters draped banners saying “Migrants welcome here” and “Migration is older than anguage” over Westminster bridge. Other protests are planned in London and other British cities on Friday.
Trump also faces protests in Washington during his inauguration, and in cities from Toronto to Sydney, Addis Ababa and Dublin over his politics which critics say are divisive and dangerous.
The protest in London was organised by the campaign group also called “Bridges not Walls”, in reference to Trump’s pledge to build a wall on the Mexican border.
“We won’t let the politics of hate peddled by the likes of Donald Trump take hold,” Nona Hurkmans of Bridges not Walls said in a statement.
What books might might help the Donald get through his term?Danuta Kean has this reading list:
Third Empire: The Russia That Should by Mikhail Yuriev. A favourite novel of Trump’s new BFF, Vladimir Putin. It’s easy to see why as there are close parallels between the Russian leader and the hero this 2006 sci-fi novel – the shadowy but heroic leader “Vladimir the Restorer”, who, aided by the Ukrainian people, makes Russia a great Empire again.
One Billion Customers by James McGregor. The man who built up the Dow Jones’s operation in China can offer the former star of The Apprentice useful tips on how to deal with the world’s biggest markets. No dry textbook, McGregor’s book provides insights into China that are witty, informed and might just prevent the new leader sparking a catastrophic trade war.
When the Facts Change by Tony Judt. Historian Judt knew what it was to change his mind – particularly to move from the extremes of Marxist Zionism in his youth to a commitment to social democracy. Not only will Judt’s essays help the new president to better understand Israel and Palestine, they may help him realise that it is possible to change your mind gracefully.
Language, Truth and Logic by AJ Ayer. With all those speeches he will have to make, this 1936 classic on thought and communication is a must-read for the Donald. Offering advice on fuzzy logic and muddled speaking, it is a useful primer for the “fake news” age. It even has tests, with which the president-elect can evaluate his tweets for statements of unverifiable “fact”.
No Means No! by Jayneen Sanders. It may be too late for the pussygrabber-in-chief, but this picture book for three-to-nine-year-olds might help him begin to appreciate personal boundaries. The publisher’s blurb for Sanders’s book should bring comfort to all: “A world where ‘No!’ does actually mean ‘No!’ can be a world with far less violence and increased respect for humankind.”
Sir Nigel Sheinwald former UK ambassador to the US has reflected a nervousness about Trump within the diplomatic community.
Speaking to BBC Radio 4’s Today programme he questioned Trump’s ability to unify the US and stand up to Russia.
Sheinwald said: “There is a real question about whether Trump can unify his country. On the campaign trail he was a populist on the campaign trail he appealed mainly to division and prejudice. He has got to get over that and work out whether he can genuinely unify.
“I’m sure the tweets won’t end, but he’s got to find a way of getting a across a reliable sense of consistency in policy and leadership. And he’s got to listen. He has got a cabinet he doesn’t know very well. He hasn’t worked with these people. He’s barely spoken to most of them.”
“The really big test is over Russia and Nato. That’s the first big test, because it is an area, as with trade, where Congress, the heart of the Republican party, is not with him.
“Over the next few months, you are going to have to see whether a harder edge comes into his approach to Russia, and whether he is prepared to validate a sense of commitment to Nato and to Europe. He can’t continue to say that he thinks Nato is obsolete.
The question is whether he can redefine his view of what’s important and valuable in terms of longer term American interests. I think you will see that wrecking the Iran deal, setting up a trade war, all those things which are possible repercussions of his policies are not actually in America’s interests.
Trump may not be giving up tweeting, but he has abandoned the android phone where most of his notorious tweets were fired from, according to the New York Times.
Trump’s tweeting weapon of choice was a Samsung Galaxy.
The NYT reports:
This week, he was forced to abandon his cherished “Trump” 757 for an Air Force jet, and, according to people close to the transition, he has traded in his Android phone for a secure, encrypted device approved by the Secret Service with a new number that few people possess.
The official rationale was security. But some of Mr. Trump’s new aides, who have often been blindsided when a reporter, outside adviser or officeseeker dialed the president-elect directly, expressed relief. Several of them, however, expect the new president to satisfy his compulsion for continuous communication by calling outsiders and by tramping from office to office in search of gossip and sounding boards.
Here’s what Trump tweeted before going to bed on the eve of his inauguration.
Farage hails ‘global revolution’ started by Brexit
Ukip’s former leader, Nigel Farage, claims that Trump’s victory is part of a “global revolution” started by the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.
Sky News played a clip of Farage speaking at an pre-inauguration party he said:
“Throughout most of my life, what happens in America in terms of social trends, developments, we follow four or five years later. America is the leader.
“Now, I would like to think in my own little way that what we did with Brexit was the beginning of what is going to turn out to be a global revolution and that Trump’s victory is a part of that.”