He said there was "no question of any disrespect" towards the United States in opposing Mr Trump's visit, but said the president had caused problems in "every political area in which he has become involved in" and had been " behaving like a petulant child". He claimed a state visit would put the Queen "in an awkward position". But Mr Evans said Mr Trump was being criticised for implementing the policies he had promised during the US election campaign. Critics who "stand up and condemn him for being racist" are ครีมบำรุงผิวหน้า พร้อมส่ง "attacking the American people" who voted for him, he said. "If they wanted more of the same," he added, "that was on the ballot paper". Conservative MP Sir Edward Leigh said a recording from 2005, in which Mr Trump apparently said he would grab women "by the pussy", was "horrible and ridiculous" but that many politicians would have made "some ridiculous sexual comment" in private. SNP MP Hannah Bardell said: "I cast no aspersions, but is he seriously suggesting that it is a legitimate perspective and point of view that the comments made, in public, by Trump on a number of issues, including marriage equality for LGBT people, and in private, which were recorded and broadcast, on sexual abuse and attacking women, are a legitimate position?" Sir Edward replied: "I said actually precisely the opposite. As far as I know I've never spoken like that and no friends of mine have ever spoken like that - I completely deplore it and find it ridiculous to speak like that in private. "All I'm saying is most of us would be rather embarrassed if everything that we said in private in our past (was broadcast)." Media captionWatch: Protesters gathered outside Westminster as MPs clashed inside Image ครีมลดริ้วรอย copyright AFP/Getty Image caption Anti-Trump protesters gathered outside Parliament as the debate took place Foreign Office minister Sir Alan Duncan responded to the debate for the government, saying: "We believe it is absolutely right that we should use all the tools at our disposal to build common ground with President Trump. "The visit should happen.