Milo Yiannopoulos was born in 1984 in United Kingdom and is a popular journalist plus speaker plus technology editor for Breibart News who has made great impact on many readers with his awesome work.
Recently Milo was the centre of attraction at the University of California,UC, Irvine and he dressed up in different costume and gave a sensational speech in support of Donald Trump. All roads led to Crystal Cove Auditorium in UC, Irvine on Sunday 30th October 2016 when this Milo gave his speech that created many laughter’s inside the packed auditorium.
It is well known that November 8th is very important day in USA because presidential elections would be held on that day and Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are doing their best to get elected by the people as the president of USA.
It is interesting to note that Milo Yiannopoulos was dressed in modified burka that had frilly leggings. It must be noted that in June Milo gave his speech here and there were many protests but this time it was smooth.
It must be noted that he asked the students at the UC Irvine to take ballot papers to support Donald Trump during the election on 8th November. He also expressed his thoughts regarding Hillary Clinton and said how she would not be able to do what Donald Trump could do for the people and he also gave some message to the UC Irvine administrators. Milo threw light on matters like red tape, last minute security fees plus unusual rules that the students face etc
Milo referred Donald Trump as ”Daddy” and said how Trump got more media coverage than any candidate before. He also spoke about how everybody considers the upcoming election very important. Superb words by Milo Yiannopoulos!!
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