British citizens voted in 2016 to leave the European Union in a move known as “Brexit.” Since then, Members of Parliament and Prime Minister Theresa May have struggled to settle on an agreeable deal with the European Union before the impending exit day on March 29.
The discourse and the number of failures have created a chaotic atmosphere in Britain, with some championing a second public referendum to those insisting Britain leave with no deal in place.
Inexplicably, English talk show host and provocateur Piers Morgan thinks President Donald Trump is the answer.
I've given this a lot of thought & come to the conclusion that only one person can now sort out this ridiculous Brexit mess: @realDonaldTrump.
He'd take no sh*t from the EU, or Parliament, or anyone.
And he definitely wouldn't lose his voice.
Mr President, my country needs YOU. pic.twitter.com/55zHkUMmvQ
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) March 14, 2019
Though the America’s Got Talent judge has waded into vocal Conservatism since Trump’s election, the idea that Trump would alleviate the chaos imposed by Brexit, rather than fan its flames, is a lot less pragmatic than Morgan usually tries to appear.
Twitter was quick to point this out.
— Michael van Noorden 📱+🚘 = ❌ (@OfficialMvN) March 14, 2019
Everything after “a lot of thought” is a contradiction.
— Chad Clifton (@ChadClifton10) March 14, 2019
Ask him to explain brexit to you. I’m sure the stable genius would be able to, right?
— Joel Kerr (@soymilpt) March 14, 2019
If thats what you come up with after a lot of thought, god save us from your spur of the moment stuff.
— Chris Smith #FBPE🔶 (@ledredman) March 14, 2019
True. There's never been a bad situation Donald Trump couldn't manage to make worse.
— Michi (@cbn2) March 14, 2019
However, some were on board with the idea.
Some Americans said, “You can have him.”
Oh, please, please, PLEASE take him and keep him forever.
— Donna Hernandez (@dlhspellbound) March 14, 2019
Yes! Please take him!
— TheDavester (@dgrabina) March 14, 2019
You can have him! Take him! Please!
— kristinekolar (@kristine_kolar) March 14, 2019
We would gladly let you take him. Today if possible. But you have to keep him.
— Esther reser (@Reser612) March 14, 2019
Take my president – please!
— JT Vaughan (@jtvaughan3) March 14, 2019
Maybe Piers is onto something after all.