Right, now, it is no secret that the POTUS, Donald Trump, caused quite a few problems when it comes to diplomacy. But some of the things that are way back in the past, came to bite him in the butt. There is a petition going around in Britain, already signed by over one and a half million petitioners who object to the restrictions Donald Trump has imposed on those traveling to the U.S. from seven countries where Muslims are the majority.
The petitioners acknowledge that an official visit by Donald Trump is inevitable, but they ask that the queen does not extend an invitation to Trump to make an official state visit, as it would cause “embarrassment to the queen.”
Things that add fuel to this fire, include what that Donald Trump said about both Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge and the late Princess Diana.
When Kate Middleton bathed topless while on vacation in France- pictures were taken of her and published in the French magazine, Closer. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took legal action against this.
Trump tweeted the following about this event: “Who wouldn’t take Kate’s picture and make lots of money if she does the nude sunbathing thing. Come on Kate! Kate Middleton is great- but she shouldn’t be sunbathing in the nude- only herself to blame.”
Only a few days after the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, Trump said he could have had sex with Diana. Howard Stern, the radio host, asked him: “You could’ve got her, right? You could’ve nailed her.” Trump responded with: “I think I could have…”
It is comments like these that put a strain on diplomatic international relations and it is a negative side-effect of being in the public eye and world renowned before becoming president… and not watching what you say.