Sammy Wilson says “Hold America Nice!”
Sammy Wilson, a Democratic Unionist Occasion (DUP) Member of Parliament (MP) who represents East Antrim in Northern Eire, has shared a photograph on Twitter signaling his assist for US President Donald Trump.
Within the image shared on September 2, Wilson is pictured second from left giving a thumbs-up behind a flag that reads “Trump 2020 – Hold America Nice!” with three different males, one among whom seems to be Ian Paisley, Jr, DUP MP for North Antrim to Wilson’s proper.
In his tweet, Wilson solely mentioned “Hold America Nice!,” a by-product of Trump’s “Make America Great Again” phrase that he and his marketing campaign used in the course of the 2016 US Presidential election.
Hold America Nice! 🇬🇧🤝🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/LqCLgiohtv
— Sammy Wilson MP (@eastantrimmp) September 2, 2020
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Wilson, a local of Belfast, has been an MP repeatedly since May 2005 and beforehand served as Lord Mayor of Belfast in 1986 – 1987 and once more in 2000 – 2001. He presently serves because the Shadow DUP Spokesperson (Treasury), Shadow DUP Spokesperson (Work and Pensions), and Shadow DUP Spokesperson (Brexit).
In 2016, when Trump gained the US Presidential election, beating out Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, MP Wilson tweeted that he welcomed the outcome:
I want @realDonaldTrump the perfect for his time period as President. My get together will work together with his administration to get the perfect for NI. 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/BMwtycnYNT
— Sammy Wilson MP (@eastantrimmp) November 9, 2016
Wilson wrote on the time: “Trump has recognised the historic step the British people took by leaving the EU. He has made it clear that he will look favourably on trade deals with our country and unlike Obama will not put us ‘to the back of the queue’. We should respect the decision of the American people, realise that they have elected a straight talking president and do some straight talking ourselves as to why economic links between his country and ours can be mutually beneficial.”
Incumbent President Trump is about to face off with Democratic nominee Joe Biden in November for the 2020 US Presidential election. A USA Immediately / Suffolk College Ballot launched on September 2 has Biden seven factors forward of Trump.
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