Hawaiian protestors greeted Trump with "Welcome To Kenya" signs for the most fantastic reason
Donald Trump is heading off from the States to do a two-week tour of Asia, including South Korea, which many believe is a little too close to someone who isn't exactly a fan of Trump.
However, on the way over, Trump stopped off in Hawaii, making a stop off at Pearl Harbour, and checking in at Trump-branded hotel.
When he landed though, there were hundreds of anti-Trump protestors lined on the streets, with many of those present for their President holding signs that said "Welcome To Kenya".
You'll remember that Trump was once one of the figureheads of the 'birther' conspiracy theory, who claimed that the Hawaii-born Barack Obama was in fact from Kenya, and would therefore not have any right to hold the Presidential position.
And you can bet that the Hawaii locals did not forget this:
"Welcome to Kenya!" A growing crowd protests Trump by Honolulu state capitol during his visit to Honolulu pic.twitter.com/KnTeFJSvf2
— Jaweed Kaleem ? (@jaweedkaleem) November 4, 2017
Hard to stop from laughing when I saw the “Welcome To Kenya” signs in Hawaii. Trump pissed and yelled at the Secret Service 4 Allowing it
— RougeWHAdvisor (@RougeWhAdvisor) November 4, 2017
— The Hill (@thehill) November 4, 2017
The fact that one of the Trump protestor signs in Hawaii read: "Welcome to Kenya!" IS THE BEST THING EVER. ?
— Bigly Nasty ? (@GeeJustG) November 4, 2017
— Kate Ozawa (@AlohaKatie) November 4, 2017