Oh yeah, they look inseparable.
Courtesy of NYT:
When President Trump visited Britain in 2018 and met Queen Elizabeth II, he caused a social media stir by walking in front of the British monarch as they inspected her honor guard, forcing her to step around him — a breach of protocol.
On Thursday, a day after his first state visit to Britain ended, he raved in an interview with the Fox News host Laura Ingraham that he had developed a deep bond with the queen and that she had been very taken with him.
“There are those that say they have never seen the queen have a better time, a more animated time,” Mr. Trump said in the interview, which was taped in Normandy, France, in front of the graves of fallen troops on the 75th anniversary of the Allied landing.
“We had a period where we were talking solid straight,” he said. “I didn’t even know who the other people at the table were. I never spoke to them; we just had a great time.”
The other people at the table, by the way, included his wife and his kids.
While Trump raved about his connection to Queen Elizabeth there is evidence it may have been a little one-sided:
On Friday, Buckingham Palace declined to comment on Mr. Trump’s remarks.
If anybody really believes that Queen Elizabeth was enjoying her time trying to find common ground with the simpleton from Queens I have some swampland I would like to sell them.
Of course, it might have helped her to retain her composure if she just thought back to a time when she did not have to grit her teeth to get through a meeting with a US President.
Light the corners of my mind
Misty water-colored memories
Of the way we were