Trump greeted with protests during first United Kingdom visit

Trump greeted with protests during first United Kingdom visit

Trump greeted with protests during first United Kingdom visit

A giant "Human Rights Nightmare" banner is unfurled by Amnesty International activists across the river Thames on Vauxhall Bridge to protest against the visit of Trump.

Speaking to The Sun, Trump had this to say about London's hospitality during his most recent visit to the United Kingdom: "I guess when they put out blimps to make me feel unwelcome, no reason for me to go to London".

More than 50,000 people have signed up to demonstrate in London Friday, Reuters reported.

A barrage of nationwide protests will greet US President Donald Trump's four-day trip to Britain from Thursday, with organisers hoping to stage one of the country's biggest demonstrations in decades following a series of diplomatic spats.

The trip includes meetings with Prime Minister Theresa May, who has described the USA as Britain's strongest ally, and is determined to secure a trade deal after the country acts on Brexit and leaves the European Union in March 2019.

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"I think they like me a lot in the UK", Trump said in Brussels. "But when they make you feel unwelcome, why would I stay there?" "I think that's why Brexit happened".

"Brexit is Brexit, the people voted to break it up so I would imagine that is what they'll do, but they might take a different route, I'm not sure that's what people voted for", Trump said, adding: "They're great people - I just want them to be happy. I warned them. Immigration is taking over Europe".

Trump's itinerary includes meeting with May, tea with the Queen, along with other diplomats.

- The couple will attend a black-tie dinner at the Grade I-listed Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire hosted by Theresa May.

His wife, who will spend Friday with the prime minister's husband, Philip May, is likely to experience some of it when she visits a school in the city.

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They will then meet the Queen for the first time, at Windsor Castle, before heading to Scotland where the U.S. president will spend the weekend at his Turnberry golf course in Ayrshire. "Now, for the benefit of all our people, let us work together to build a more prosperous future", she said.

On Thursday, Mr. Trump shrugged off the planned protests, telling reporters "they like me a lot in the U.K". "Is it any wonder that forces struggle to fill their requirements?" the Guardian reported.

Khan gave protesters permission to fly the 20-foot-tall balloon depicting Trump as an angry baby in a diaper.

Trump is also expected to travel to Scotland, where he owns two golf courses.

Leo Murray, an environmental campaigner, leading the protest, told the Guardian, "People in Scotland are past masters when it comes to protesting against Trump". "With the hot weather, if anything kicks off, we are struggling. We have been delighted to accept their invitation".

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Mr Trump is expected to meet Prime Minister Theresa May today - days after saying the United Kingdom was "somewhat in turmoil". Trump next heads to Windsor Castle later Friday for tea with the queen, as protesters stage a mass demonstration in London .

While expansive efforts to shield the president from public dissent have been underway, with workers erecting a "ring of steel" and concrete barriers around the ambassador's residence, organizers have asked protesters to bring pots, pans, drums, and plastic horns to hold an "all night noise protest". The government said that would give Britain "freedom to chart our own path", though it would mean less access to European Union markets than there is now. We believe that this publicly-owned facility should not be used for Donald Trump's visit.

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