The issue of whether or not US President Donald Trump should be granted a state visit to the UK is back on the cards and up for debate again ever since the President tweeted an insult to British Prime Minister Theresa May after she condemned him for openly supporting and retweeting the bigoted anti-Muslim hate group Britain First. However, the issue has been raised before, earlier this year by John Bercow, the Speaker for the House of Commons, who did not believe that the hate-mongering US President had "earned" the right to visit the UK and address Parliament.

In that case, Bercow was the one who got condemned, firstly because it's not in his job description as the Speaker for the House of Commons to voice his opinions, but also because May and Trump had a good, friendly relationship back then. That was before he personally attacked her and drove a wedge between the UK and the United States. Good going, Donald.

Morally questionable leaders of China, Indonesia, and Kuwait all welcomed to the UK with open arms

However, there have been far worse World Leaders than Trump who have been allowed a state visit and addressed Parliament whilst here. For example, Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is infamous for abusing the human rights of the people of China and also enforced a Muslim ban on his country, or Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, whose corrupt government could do with a good cleanup by a Robert Mueller probe.

And then there's Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, the Emir of Kuwait, who doesn’t allow Israeli passport holders into his country. So, if these guys are welcomed with open arms, why not Trump?