Just Call Him Sir Trump: Donald Trump Awarded Knighthood In England

Just Call Him Sir Trump: Donald Trump Awarded Knighthood In England

By Samantha Ofole-Prince

England's Camelot Castle formally recognized Donald Trump’s Humanitarian deeds and services to Humanity and awarded him an Honorary, Hereditary Camelot Castle Knighthood.

Now Donald Trump, the business tycoon, will be referred to as Sir Donald Trump of Camelot.

“The Excalibur Award” was awarded to Trump along with the Arms and Colors of Camelot Castle for extending tremendous courage and noble intentions towards his country and to the world.

The presentation was made by John and Irina Mappin who reside at Camelot Castle as their English home. At the announcement, Camelot Castle hailed his Campaign for the Presidency of the United States.  Trump who has never held elected office is hoping to win the Republican nomination.

“Donald J Trump has cracked the grip that the media and big corporations have had over politics. By speaking out and saying it as it is and by disavowing political correctness his appeal to voters young and old has surprised many who themselves were blinded by the Washington machine.  The Camelot Knighthood and honor is hereditary with the title passing to each of his children and in turn their grandchildren. His wife Melania will be known at Camelot Castle as Lady Melania of Camelot,”  shared John and Irina Mappin, owners of Camelot Castle located in Cornwall.

A knighthood is one of the highest honors an individual in the United Kingdom can achieve and foreign citizens occasionally receive honorary knighthoods.

No word from Trump’s camp on the Camelot Knighthood and if he plans to visit Camelot Castle.

John and Irina Mappin