The core supporters of Donald Trump are fiercely loyal even though he is showing himself to be bigoted and indifferent to Americans who do not look like he does. In spite of the fact that most of the world is troubled by the increasingly racist comments that number 45 is making, his base continues to defend him in curious ways. On Saturday (Jan. 13), as the mayor of London was delivering a speech at the left wing Fabian Society, he was interrupted by protesters who were from the group named White Pendragons. These radical individuals were off the rails as they expressed anger because Sadiq Khan said that Trump was not welcome in London.

One heckler even announced they were making a citizens arrest. A report by MSN presented most of the information used in this article.

Sadiq Khan takes a stand for humanity

Last June, Number 45 was critical of London's mayor because he asked for peace and quiet after the London Bridge was attacked. Donald Trump pointed out that despite seven people died and 48 were hurt, Sadiq Khan said there was nothing to be alarmed about. It's obvious that Khan was trying to maintain peace and take a stand for humanity where he did not desire violence to beget more violence. America's president does not seem to care about inciting trouble.

At that time, Sadiq Khan said that he was not going to allow anyone, including Donald Trump, to divide the community but on Saturday the White Pendragons were doing just that when Trump supporters attempted a citizens arrest.

Khan has been a critic of Number 45 for a while and after the protesters were led away, he was quoted as saying: "It is a pleasure to be here even though we were distracted by the actions of what some would call very stable geniuses." This was no doubt a reference to Trump calling himself a very stable genius last week.

Donald Trump incites violence

The far right members of Donald Trump's base are showing themselves to be as off the rails in London as they have been in the United States. The Sky News reported that one protester refused to leave and was shouting "We stand under common law jurisdiction. If you touch us, you'll be done for common assault.

Please stand back, do not touch us. We're not leaving, we've paid for a ticket."

Sadiq Khan continued in his nonviolent attitude as he is said to have sat quietly reading a newspaper until all the trouble was over. In spite of the fact that most people around the world, including Americans, are outraged at Donald Trump's hateful, unapologetic attitude, there are always a few who defend him. It is very curious how this one man incites anger and violence within his own nation and also around the globe.