Convicted Felon Trump Banned From Entering The UK, Canada, Japan, And More

Posted June 1, 2024 by with 9 comments

A U.S. president who’s not allowed to visit some of our most important allies around the world might be a problem. Then again, no one likes this mound of orange shit, and they wouldn’t want him in their country even if he weren’t a felon, so this is a win for the 37 nations on the list below. Via Independent:

Nearly 40 nations – including Canada and the UK – have strict policies when it comes to allowing individuals with criminal records across their borders, and barring a special accommodation, Trump would be held to those same standards. It’s unclear if he would be allowed to visit if he wins the presidential election in November, but remains a felon.

Full list of countries where Trump would not be allowed to enter due to their ban on convicted felons:

  1. Argentina
  2. Australia
  3. Brazil
  4. Cambodia
  5. Canada
  6. Chile
  7. China
  8. Cuba
  9. Dominican Republic
  10. Egypt
  11. Ethiopia
  12. Hong Kong
  13. India
  14. Indonesia
  15. Iran
  16. Ireland
  17. Israel
  18. Japan
  19. Kenya
  20. Malaysia
  21. Macau
  22. Mexico
  23. Morocco
  24. Nepal
  25. New Zealand
  26. Peru
  27. Philippines
  28. Singapore
  29. South Africa
  30. South Korea
  31. Taiwan
  32. Tanzania
  33. Tunisia
  34. Turkey
  35. Ukraine
  36. United Arab Emirates
  37. United Kingdom

Following the conviction on 34 felony counts in New York this week, Trump still faces 54 more felony charges in the Georgia election interference case (10 counts under the state’s racketeering law), the D.C. federal election interference case (4 counts for inciting the riot, creating false electors, and more), and the Florida stolen documents case (40 counts for hiding/mishandling classified documents and then obstructing the government from retrieving them). No trial dates have been set on the remaining three cases, and it’s unlikely that any of them will begin before November. If re-elected as president, Trump will have the D.C. and Florida federal cases thrown out, but the state case in Georgia will go on an indefinite hold while he’s in office (which will be until he dies, since he’ll presumably overthrow the government and never leave the White House again).

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