Theresa May hopes Donald Trump visit will boost US-UK links

Theresa May hopes Donald Trump visit will boost US-UK links

Theresa May hopes Donald Trump visit will boost US-UK links

Gatherings are also due to take place elsewhere in the United Kingdom in cities including Bristol, Newcastle, Leeds, Cambridge and Cardiff on Thursday evening.

The demonstrations are expected to attract large crowds.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has granted permission for a giant inflatable figure depicting Mr Trump as a baby to fly over Westminster for two hours on the second day of the president's visit.

Coincidentally, Trump has chose to stay in London for only one night over his four-day visit, primarily avoiding the vibrant city.

And tension could be sparked as Mrs May expects the United States president to remember the "malign behaviour" of Russian Federation when he meets Mr Putin.

Trump also said he might speak to former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who quit along with Brexit minister David Davis over May's plans for a business-friendly Brexit which was only agreed by her cabinet last Friday after two years of wrangling.

The U.S. Embassy has even warned American citizens to keep a low profile during the visit because of the planned protests - the sort of warning usually issued in more volatile locations.

His visit is expected to be met with a number of protests in various cities including London - where the 19-foot Trump balloon is expected to fly over Parliament on Friday.

"For a United States president who retweets far-right Britain First propaganda, insults Londoners at times of tragedy, and refuses to condemn white supremacist marches at home, this insult is well deserved" said Labour MP David Lammy.

The prime minister will host him for dinner at Blenheim Palace, the ancestral home of Churchill near Oxford, and then for the meeting at the prime ministerial country retreat Chequers, north of London. "We've seen the rise of the far right in Britain and Europe, and the one lesson we should learn from history is that when racists and the far right mobilize, you fight back, you don't let them march and rise to power". The "Stop Trump" march will travel through central London on Friday afternoon, before ending with a rally in Trafalgar Square.

While the protests are taking place in the British capital, Trump will meet the queen at Windsor Castle where he will be welcomed with a guard of honor before having tea with the 92-year-old monarch.

Avenatti-who is representing adult film star Daniels, legal name Stephanie Clifford, in her lawsuit against Trump over a nondisclosure agreement about their alleged affair-has emerged as an outspoken critic of the president across television networks.

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