Republican frontrunner Donald Trump recently made headlines when he claimed there were areas of London police were afraid of going due to radicalisation.
That was just the latest in a string of totally made-up things Trump tried to pass off in a desperate attempt to claw his way into the White House. So, Twitter users decided to fight back with #TrumpFacts to show we won't be bullied.
Using the hashtag, tweeters started churning out ridiculously false things Donald Trump might claim were totally true.
— Mark England (@SussexMark) December 8, 2015
— Bao Bao (@fiatpanda) December 8, 2015
Britain has become so radicalised that a West Midlands town was called Nuneaton in honour of Ramadan. #TrumpFacts— David Whitley (@mrdavidwhitley) December 8, 2015
Britain is so radicalised that the forecast for tomorrow is partly Sunni but mostly Shiite. #TrumpFacts— Maria Sokolovski (@MariaSokolovski) December 9, 2015
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