WANNABE Labour leader Emily Thornberry last night accused Boris Johnson of being part of a vicious band of populists inspired by Donald Trump.
And she furiously branded the US President a global nightmare and urged Americans to dump him as President.
Wannabe Labour leader Emily Thornberry last night accused Boris Johnson of being part of a ‘vicious band’ of populists inspired by Donald Trump
Thornberry furiously branded the US President a ‘global nightmare’ and urged Americans to ‘dump’ him as President
Ms Thornberry launched into the astonishing Facebook tirade against the two leaders as she set out her wishes for 2020 online.
She said she is hoping the Democrats oust Mr Trump in the November election and that this could trigger the end for his allies around the world.
She raged: I hope in November, our long global nightmare will be over and Donald Trump will be dumped out of office by the American people, and we will finally see the
United States resume its role as a global leader on the issues that matter to us all.
Heaping praise on Mr Trumps Democrat opponents, she added: I have met and admire Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, and I know any of them would immediately work to restore our world order, which is what we urgently need.
And whats more, Trumps defeat would hopefully turn the tide on his vicious band of so-called populist imitators around the globe, including our current PM.
Ms Thornberry was sacked from Ed Milibands frontbench in 2014 for mocking a white van man who had draped England flags over his home.
The north-London dwelling former barrister is now gearing up to try to replace Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader.
The Islington South MP has launched a war of words against Mr Trump several times in the past.
Two years ago she branded the President racist and an asteroid of awfulness and hit out at Theresa May for giving him a state visit.
Ms Thornberry has previously blasted Boris by calling him a liar.