Man City countered at Katie Hopkins over Marcus Rashford jibe

    Katie Hopkins disagreed with Marcus Rashford's campaign for free meals for children

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    Katie Hopkins disagreed with Marcus Rashford’s project for complimentary meals for kids (Getty Images)

    Manchester City have actually countered at Katie Hopkins for her reaction after Marcus Rashford’s project for complimentary school meals for kids throughout the summer season triggered a U-turn from the Government.

    Initially, the Government would not award complimentary school meal coupons in England beyond term time.

    But the Manchester United forward composed an open letter to MPs, urging them to reverse their choice.

    On Tuesday, the Government revealed that the choice had actually been reversed, which will assist around 1.3 million kids in England.

    However, Hopkins criticised Rashford’s project and recommended that taxpayer cash must not be put towards moneying complimentary meals for disadvantaged kids.

    The questionable conservative analyst likewise published a photoshopped picture of herself in a Manchester City t-shirt beside Rashford.

    Manchester City hit back at Katie Hopkins after she tried to troll Marcus Rashford

    Manchester City countered at Katie Hopkins after she attempted to troll Marcus Rashford (Twitter)

    Marcus Rashford welcomed Manchester City's response to Katie Hopkins

    Marcus Rashford invited Manchester City’s reaction to Katie Hopkins (Twitter)

    Along with her image, Hopkins published the caption: ‘I look hot in blue. Just saying. #feedthekids’.

    But Man City countered at Hopkins for utilizing their t-shirt as they responded to her message with: ‘Not in our blue. Just saying! #WellDoneMarcus’.

    Rashford then reacted to City’s message with: ‘A city united’.

    Crystal Palace protector Patrick van Aanholt has actually likewise safeguarded Rashford following Hopkins’ criticism.

    Following the Government’s statement, Hopkins tweeted:

    ‘Dear @MarcusRashford, do you believe females should think of how they are going to feed a kid prior to they choose to have it?

    ‘I do not want to pay to feed other people’s kids. You are welcome to.’

    Van Aanholt responded: ‘He’s done more for this nation in 24hours than you have your whole life. Bow prior to a king.’

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