Cat Boyd: I think everyone has a legitimate voice in this debate. The point about democracy in the United States is that Hillary Clinton actually won the popular vote. It shows the absurdities of the US electoral system, which shuts out large urban centres that are mostly working-class, that are black, Hispanic. That is who is shut out of that process.
The issue with Trump and Farage, Nigel Farage is a bigot, nothing more, nothing less. The man is a bigot and an embarrassment. But this isn't just about Nigel Farage. Because what I see a political leaders treating Donald Trump as business as usual, like he is just another President of the United States.
... Theresa May wants to build a good relationship...with Donald Trump...
...My interest is building a good relationship with the people who are at threat from Trump's views being legitimised.
Black lives matter, the million women who are going to march on his inauguration, that is who want to build a special relationship with.