Published: Thu, July 12, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

US President Donald Trump arrives in United Kingdom for four-day visit

US President Donald Trump arrives in United Kingdom for four-day visit

A giant inflatable depiction of Trump as a almost naked baby will hover above Parliament Square.

In the Tuesday memo, the U.S. Embassy in London alerted citizens to the "numerous demonstrations" that could "attract large crowds" that may be less than agreeable toward Americans. "We are not going to let Donald Trump divide our communities", he said.

In a statement, the group said it was a "victory that Donald Trump does not appear to have any official engagements in London".

"With that in mind and on this occasion we are unable to grant permission for the balloon to fly in that area, however we are in discussion with the applicants about possible alternatives".

One such protest will entail a 19-foot-high orange balloon shaped like Trump as a baby, which London Mayor Sadiq Khan - who's feuded with the president - approved under "the right to peaceful protest".

They are expected to be in Scotland until Sunday. Vince Cable, the leader of the pro-EU Liberal Democrats, said, "Most of us don't think he is particularly good judge on Brexit or anything else".

Donald Trump, 72, is about to visit the United Kingdom for the first time since being elected president in November 2016, and the British people aren't prepared to give him a warm welcome.

Donald Trump will be greeted by David Mundell, the Scottish secretary, when he flies into Ayrshire amid heavy security tomorrow.

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Trump has expressed admiration for Churchill even as the president's critics contend that the parallels between the two leaders are limited, and even contradictory. The president said on Tuesday, "I think they like me a lot in the United Kingdom".

Mr Trump arrived just under an hour later than planned after he insisted Britons "like me a lot" and "agree with me on immigration" in an impromptu press conference before leaving Brussels.

This morning, Mr Trump dropped a hand grenade into the Prime Minister's carefully crafted proposal by saying "I don't know if that's what they voted for".

Mr Trump has been branded "dangerous and inhumane" by Jeremy Corbyn.

The president is not now scheduled to visit Aberdeenshire, but Eric Trump hinted that a trip to Menie could still be added to his father's itinerary at the last minute.

He said: "It's still to be decided".

Tens of thousands of people are expected to attend more than 100 protests being held across the country against the American President's visit over the weekend. The incident resulted in seven deaths and more than 50 injuries. Further demonstrations are also expected at Turnberry.

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