Mixed reactions are surfacing within Europe over the ‘Entry Ban’ order issued by the US President Donald Trump. Nigel Farage, the leader of the British political party UKIP, has supported the decision of entry ban and has stated that a ban of similar nature is needed in Britain as well.
Endorsing Trump’s stand, the British Political analyst Katie Hopkins also has supported Nigel’s demand. Against this background, Theresa May, the Prime Minister of UK, has clarified that the invitation given to the US President Donald Trump for visit to UK still stands.
Meanwhile, the Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel has declared that Germany will provide complete assistance to all the migrants, who will be affected by Trump’s order. Against this background, the supporters of the US President in the European countries, are seen coming forward to endorse his policies.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage, having taken a clear stand in this matter, has claimed that the policy of Trump is appropriate. While lakhs of people are opposing the US President Trump’s visit to UK, the stand taken by Farage and political analyst Hopkins is clearly indicating that there are differences within UK itself, over this issue.
Consequently, two groups, one supporting Trump and other opposing him, are seen to have formed within the European nations along with UK and it is evident that there are extreme differences between these two groups over the issues, like the migrants and the existence of the European Union.