Queen Elizabeth Tells Aussie Official Trump Ruined Her Lawn, “Come And Look At My Lawn. It’s Ruined”

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Queen Elizabeth II complained that President Donald Trump’s helicopter left scorch marks on the lawn at Buckingham Palace in June, according to a new report in The Sunday Times.
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Trump’s presidential helicopter, Marine One, reportedly burned the grass upon landing at Buckingham Palace two times in the same day during his visit to the UK.

 

The Queen complained about the grass damage to another state leader, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, a source close to Morrison told The Times.

 

The source said that Morrison “went straight to the palace to see the Queen, who led him out to the gardens and said: “Come and look at my lawn. It’s ruined.”

 

President Donald Trump is known for making an entrance everywhere he goes — but he left the wrong impression when his helicopter scorched the lawn at Buckingham Palace in June, according to a new report in The Sunday Times.

Trump had traveled to the United Kingdom for an official state visit to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day on June 6.

Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
Photographs are Courtesy:  AFP
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