Donald Trump said it was unlikely he would have a good relationship with UK Prime Minister David Cameron, who questioned Trumps intelligence over his proposed Muslim Ban. Cameron had voiced his criticism of the ban proposal accusing Trump of being divisive, stupid and wrong. To which Trump responded, "Number one, I'm not stupid, OK? I can tell you that right now just the opposite," he told Piers Moron during an interview on Good Morning Britain where he also called himself a unifier." Trump also had words for Sadiq Khan, the first Muslim to hold office as Mayor of London, who called Trumps views of Islam ignorant. Trump said that he would make an "exception" to his proposed "temporary Muslim ban" for Khan but found his comments very rude. Regardless of both mens stance on the matter, Cameron has stated that he would work with whomever the US chooses to elect this coming November, even if it is Donald Trump. Elliot Hill and Melvin Robert take a closer look at the impact of Trumps controversial rhetoric on the Lip News.