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Trump visits one of Britain's most revered cultural landmarks, asks what the flooring is made of

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Today, Trump visited Westminster Abbey’s Poets’ Corner, a renowned cultural landmark where literary giants such as William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, the Bronte sisters, Geoffrey Chaucer, Jane Austen, and Lord Byron are either buried or memorialized.

Oh, it went a little something like this:

From: Rob Crilly
Date: June 3, 2019 at 4:07:17 PM GMT+1
Subject: Supplemental travel pool #2 – Westminster Abbey

POTUS re-emerged into the lantern of Westminster Abbey at 15.42 to see Poets' Corner.

He paused at the white marble slab commemorating Lord Byron, the poet politician, and asked what stone the flooring was made from.

He also inspected the stone marking the grave of Robert Adam, the Scottish architect, before moving on at 15.47.

It’s like every idiot American tourist ever was stuffed into a big sausage casing and wheeled into London like Hannibal Lecter.

Hey, anyone want to travel to the Louvre with me and ask the president-director when they’re getting a Taco Bell Express?

I swear to God, you can’t take this idiot anywhere.

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