Donald Trump to meet the Queen on United Kingdom visit in July

Posted April 29, 2018

"A visit to London by the President is likely to draw major protests, crime and disorder, and we do not wish to see Britain or President Trump embarrassed by this". The spokesperson for the prime minister has confirmed this and has added that he will hold bilateral talks with #Theresa May during his visit.

He is expected to attend a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels on July 11 and 12 and arrive in London on the return journey.

Relations between US President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May are not especially warm. They said again Thursday they would greet Trump with a "carnival of resistance" when he shows up in July.

Concern over possible demonstrations is thought to have played a part in the cancellation of a trip to open the new U.S. embassy in London earlier this year and is behind the postponement of a state visit mooted for 2017.

And, prior to the 2016 U.S presidential election, Khan told British broadcasters that he hoped Hillary Clinton "trounces" Trump and said that he would be happy to educate Trump about Islam.

Emmanuel Macron's three-day state visit to America this week, where the French and USA leaders heralded a new "special relationship", has cast the May-Trump relationship in a harsh light.

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After news broke on Thursday that Trump plans to land in Britain on July 13, calls for mass protests from human rights groups, activists, and anti-Trump politicians started rolling in.

"Ruth Davidson should immediately distance herself and her party from these apologists for the unsafe extremism of the Trump presidency". "He will also no doubt see that Londoners hold their liberal values of freedom of speech very dear".

Ahead of the visit, Kate Allen of campaign group Amnesty International said thousands of Brits would be making their "voices heard" in opposition to Mr Trump.

Donald Trump is "likely" to meet the Queen during his visit to the United Kingdom this summer, according to reports.

The ambassador was unable to confirm who Mr Trump would meet in July but asked if it could include the Queen, the ambassador replied: "He really wants to meet the Queen".