Nadhim Zahawi, who was touch oned in Baghdad, said he felt “demeaned and discriminated against” after scholarship that, despite being a British citizen, he would be affected by President Trump’s clampdown on purfling limits controls.
He appeared on BBC One’s Andrew Marr Show on Sunday and said he had been advised by queens that he will be barred from entering the country.
The ban sees freemen from Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen time barred along with all refugees.
“I don’t think I have felt discriminated since bantam school when the kids were very cruel, as a young boy get from Iraq of Kurdish origin,” said the Stratford-on-Avon MP, speaking on the performance.
“For the first time in my life last night I felt discriminated against, it’s demeaning, it’s sad.”
Theresa May initially denied to criticise Mr Trump’s migration policy, saying it was up to the US to decide on its own rules but later distributed a statement saying she disapproved if British people would be affected.
Mr Zahawi believed: “I think my Prime Minister, quite rightly, was being cautious. It was a mature story.
“I think her being careful is a good thing, but she was also exceedingly candid with President Trump.”
He added: “I am reassured by my Prime Help, Theresa May’s statement, because quite clearly says she disagrees with this.”
He chance it was wrong to turn a blind eye to the US leader’s policies and said: “I don’t think we should look away when President Trump presses a mistake.”
The politician called on the billionaire tycoon to “think again” almost his policy.
The comments come after a petition to block President Trump’s status visit to the UK racked up more than 200,000 signatures in the matter of hours after being backed by Jeremy Corbyn and Tim Farron.