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The one with the Women’s March in London

The one with the Women’s March in London

On the 20th January 2017, Donald Trump was made the 45th president of the United States of America and needless to say, people were NOT happy.

“Ariana Huffington is unattractive, both inside and out. I fully understand why her former husband left her for a man – he made a good decision.”

“If I were running ‘The View’, I’d fire Rosie O’Donnell. I mean, I’d look at her right in that fat, ugly face of hers, I’d say ‘Rosie, you’re fired.’”

“I think the only difference between me and the other candidates is that I’m more honest and my women are more beautiful.”

Right, so this is now the guy who’s running the USA? Now I’m not a politician or pretend to know anything about politics but DAMNNNNNN, is pretty much the only thing I can say right now, clearly his view on women aren’t that strong! He also took off the tabs regarding Gay rights and global warming from the White House website on the 20th so naturally people are going to have a little bit of an issue.

It’s still a mystery to me how he managed to get into power, it’s a strange situation, first Brexit and now this, I can’t help but think people are putting a massive middle finger up to the government.

I don’t know why people voted for him but they obviously saw something in him that a lot of people didn’t, the question is what?

It was lovely to see the little girls get involved as well.

I wanted to speak to someone who was involved, to get some answers, to understand fully how someone personally felt about this situation, luckily I had Chloe come to my rescue.

1. What’s your name, age and nationality?

My name’s Chloe Cornell, I’m 27 years old and I’m of Polish/American decent.

2. How did you feel when Trump was named the 45th President of the United States?

I felt once again (Brexit) like someone punched me in the face, how could the world, my country be so narrow minded?

3. Why were you at the March on the 21st January 2016?

As I couldn’t be in Washington where my cousin marched, I went to the London one and was awed and humbled by the support.

4. How do you feel the next four years will affect the rights of women and gay men & women not only in America but across the world

I think that there will be massive roll back policies for people’s freedoms, not just  in America but worldwide as the US sets trends. There will also be unified resistance, government should not underestimate people’s love for one another and determination to set things right. Equal rights for all will come, we just have to fight for it.

Let’s just hope he doesn’t royally screw the next four years up, after everything we’ve gone through, after everything people have fought for, for one person to come in an change everything, start from scratch … I just pray that I never have to live through that, me and millions of other people.

Thank you to Chloe for answering my questions, and thank you the countless of Women and Men who marched with one another in unison all over the world to send such a powerful message 

So until next time my lovlies

Love Kisses and Fairy Dust Wishes

The one with Ms Maria Parks

The one with Ms Maria Parks

The one with the little black dress

The one with the little black dress