President Trump To Visit the United Kingdom in July

Hugh Fox
April 30, 2018

US President Donald Trump has been warned to expect protests when he makes his long-awaited visit to the United Kingdom on Friday July 13.

Relations between US President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May are not especially warm. "Further details will be set out in due course", he said.

The concerns over protests began as soon as Trump was elected and reached into Parliament, where some members argued against an invitation to the American president.

May was the first foreign leader to visit Trump in Washington previous year after his inauguration, though the first official state visit was held this week for French President Emmanuel Macron.

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Speaking days ago, London Mayor Sadiq Khan said that if Mr Trump does visit, he should expect peaceful protests in the British capital.

Mr Trump would have been treated to lavish ceremonies and a stay with the head of state at Buckingham Palace.

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Sir Kim Darroch, Britain's ambassador to the U.S., tweeted that he was "delighted" by the announcement. For a state visit, the Queen would act as the host.

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Critics - including London Mayor Sadiq Khan and the House of Commons' John Bercow, who have spoken out against the USA president ahead of the visit - will "realize [Trump] has so much to bring to the table" in terms of prosperity, defense and military cooperation, "especially given Brexit", Johnson said. It has since garnered almost 1.9 million signatures.

Under domestic pressure, May said that Trump's remarks were wrong, triggering the latter's retort demanding her not focus on him, but on anti-terrorism efforts in her own nation. Many things could go seriously wrong, given the President Trump's notorious lack of adherence to protocol.

According to Vice News, approximately 40,000 people said on Facebook that they would attend a protest in London against Trump's visit, while 100,000 others indicated they were interested.

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