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He said nation would be forced to take people from 'high crime...countries which are doing badly.' On Thursday, Trump, frustrated with America's continued responsibility for immigrants fleeing Third World natural disasters, asked members of Congress Thursday in vulgar terms why the United States had to shoulder such a burden.

Before he died, Bailey, from Bristol, bravely told his parents Rachel and Lee (top right): 'You're only allowed to cry for 20 minutes.' He is pictured bottom right in hospital with his younger brother before his condition worsened.

This is the moment Wayne Rooney sealed the fate of a conman who made £1million from ripping thousands of people off by selling fake sports memorabilia.

The former England striker (pictured, top) provided an autograph for Trading Standards investigators to prove it wasn't the same as the one faked on a Manchester United shirt by David Rennie (pictured, below right).

Rennie claimed he had a team who spent hours waiting outside football training grounds for stars like Rooney, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo to sign goods like shirts, balls and boots.

Ben Moody, 25 and his girlfriend Harley Clarke 21 arrived at their friend's house in Reading to a deluge of abuse from a resident after they parked outside his house - despite having a permit to be there.

The couple explained this however the man became more irate, even after Harley went to fetch the permit from their friend's house.However he has now cancelled the trip as he was unhappy about the sale of the former embassy 'for peanuts' by the Obama administration.Mr Trump tweeted that he thought the embassy's move from upmarket Grosvenor Square in Mayfair to Nine Elms, south of the Thames, was a 'bad deal'.Meanwhile, as questions were raised over whether it was a 'bad deal', property experts said the US may have 'sold the family silver' - but sold high and bought low.At a cost of £750m (

The couple explained this however the man became more irate, even after Harley went to fetch the permit from their friend's house.However he has now cancelled the trip as he was unhappy about the sale of the former embassy 'for peanuts' by the Obama administration.Mr Trump tweeted that he thought the embassy's move from upmarket Grosvenor Square in Mayfair to Nine Elms, south of the Thames, was a 'bad deal'.Meanwhile, as questions were raised over whether it was a 'bad deal', property experts said the US may have 'sold the family silver' - but sold high and bought low.At a cost of £750m ($1bn) the new embassy near Battersea is significantly more expensive than the £500m ($680m) it is thought the Mayfair site was sold for.Social media users have poked fun at Donald Trump's 'rubbish excuse' for cancelling his trip to London by offering their own amusing reasons for the no-show.

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The couple explained this however the man became more irate, even after Harley went to fetch the permit from their friend's house.

However he has now cancelled the trip as he was unhappy about the sale of the former embassy 'for peanuts' by the Obama administration.

Mr Trump tweeted that he thought the embassy's move from upmarket Grosvenor Square in Mayfair to Nine Elms, south of the Thames, was a 'bad deal'.

Meanwhile, as questions were raised over whether it was a 'bad deal', property experts said the US may have 'sold the family silver' - but sold high and bought low.

At a cost of £750m ($1bn) the new embassy near Battersea is significantly more expensive than the £500m ($680m) it is thought the Mayfair site was sold for.

Social media users have poked fun at Donald Trump's 'rubbish excuse' for cancelling his trip to London by offering their own amusing reasons for the no-show.

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The couple explained this however the man became more irate, even after Harley went to fetch the permit from their friend's house.

However he has now cancelled the trip as he was unhappy about the sale of the former embassy 'for peanuts' by the Obama administration.

Mr Trump tweeted that he thought the embassy's move from upmarket Grosvenor Square in Mayfair to Nine Elms, south of the Thames, was a 'bad deal'.

Meanwhile, as questions were raised over whether it was a 'bad deal', property experts said the US may have 'sold the family silver' - but sold high and bought low.

bn) the new embassy near Battersea is significantly more expensive than the £500m (0m) it is thought the Mayfair site was sold for.Social media users have poked fun at Donald Trump's 'rubbish excuse' for cancelling his trip to London by offering their own amusing reasons for the no-show.

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