Top Downing Street Staffers Hurled Abuse at Candidate Donald Trump With Nazi Comparisons and Pro-Islam Baiting

The UK Reacts To News That Donald Trump Is The New President Of The United States
Downing Street staffers used their Twitter accounts to denigrate Donald Trump and promote Hillary Clinton during the race for the White House, with a key aide using the platform to say he didn’t want anyone “reaching out” to Trump, Breitbart London can reveal. The British government has been left scrambling to forge links with Mr Trump’s team following his historic victory in the Presidential election on Tuesday, with Downing Street being forced to deny that they were having to rely on UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage to broker introductions. But the government’s complacency may be due to Prime Minister Theresa May’s co-Chief of Staff, Nick Timothy, who last May used his Twitter account to announce: “I don’t want any “reaching out” to Trump.” The comment was made while Mrs. May was still Home Secretary, with Mr. Timothy working as her policy advisor. Urgh, @jameskirkup, as a Tory I don’t want any “reaching out” to Trump. https://t.co/bYq3uWmyql — Nick Timothy (@NickJTimothy) May 6, 2016 The comment was attached to an article warning that the Conservatives did indeed need to reach out to the Republican candidate, arguing “No sensible foreign policy is built on the assumption that an election result is