KATIE HOPKINS: Don’t demonise Trump, he speaks for millions of Americans. And who can blame them for not wanting to end up like us?
America struggles to control its southern border as it is, writes KATIE HOPKINS. It is not going to be able to change the global passport system and get your religion stamped on your passport or your head to administrate this new system. Trump knows some of his grand-standing is hot air, but he is articulating a sentiment held by millions – and that’s why he’s the Republican front runner.
Adversaries may be quick to jump on Trump and make him the problem, but look around. The problem isn’t a big, brash American untroubled by the need to be loved. It is the march of ISIS and the so-called Islamic State. You may want to distance yourself from Trump. But for many Americans, Europe is rapidly becoming an example of everything they never want to be.