Jeremy Corbyn says Trump London protest a chance to 'stand in solidarity'

Jeremy Corbyn says Trump London protest a chance to 'stand in solidarity'
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British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said Monday that protesting President TrumpDonald John TrumpObama calls on Senate not to fill Ginsburg's vacancy until after election Planned Parenthood: 'The fate of our rights' depends on Ginsburg replacement Progressive group to spend M in ad campaign on Supreme Court vacancy MORE's visit to the United Kingdom is a chance to "stand in solidarity" with those he has attacked.

"Tomorrow's protest against Donald Trump's state visit is an opportunity to stand in solidarity with those he's attacked in America, around the world and in our own country - including, just this morning, @SadiqKhan," Corbyn tweeted.

Trump arrived in the U.K. on Monday morning for a three-day state visit.


The president is expected to face thousands of demonstrators during his visit to London.

Corbyn, who has been a vocal critic of Trump, referenced Trump's comments over the last two days about London Mayor Sadiq Khan in his tweet.

On Sunday, Trump mocked Khan, another critic of his.

“No, I don’t think much of him," he told reporters. "I think he’s, he’s the twin of [Bill] de Blasio, except shorter.”

On Monday he blasted the London mayor as a "stone cold loser."

Khan wrote in a fiery op-ed on Saturday that the United Kingdom is on the “wrong side of history” ahead of Trump's visit.

“In years to come, I suspect this state visit will be one we look back on with profound regret and acknowledge that we were on the wrong side of history,” Khan wrote in The Guardian.

Ahead of his visit to the country, Trump also called comments the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan MarkleMeghan MarkleDoes Kamala Harris's music matter? Prince Harry and Meghan sign Netflix production deal 'The West Wing' cast to reunite for Michelle Obama's voter registration initiative MORE, made about him “nasty.”