Donald Trump to visit UK in July Watch

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https://news.sky.com/story/donald-tr...s-say-11346045

Donald Trump to visit UK in July, Sky sources say

US President Donald Trump will visit the UK in mid-July, according to Sky sources.

Sky's senior political correspondent Beth Rigby revealed that a full announcement is expected in the next day or so.

Mr Trump was due to open the US Embassy in London in February but cancelled the trip saying the building was too expensive and tweeting that he was not a "big fan" of the decision to move its location.

It has been reported that he told Prime Minister Theresa May at the World Economic Forum in Davos earlier this year that he would visit the UK this summer.

It would be the politician's first trip to this country since he was elected in November 2016.

The controversies of Mr Trump's presidency have already put paid to plans for the procession up the Mall and a state banquet amid warnings of mass protests on the streets.

More than 1.8 million Britons signed a petition demanding that the President be prevented from making a state visit to the UK.

Mr Trump is currently hosting French President Emmanuel Macron in Washington DC where he has hailed the "great relationship" between the US and France.
Edit: Official Confirmation that the visit will occur from July 13th

https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-us...KBN1HX2OC?il=0
Trump to visit Britain in July - White House

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump will to travel to Britain on July 13, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told reporters on Thursday.

Trump’s earlier planned visit to Britain, traditionally the United States’ closest ally in Europe, was cancelled in January.
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Oh dear.

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At last
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With all the bad news recently, this is a refreshing bit of good news.
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It is a bad idea imo too soon and there are going to be mass protests , which wont do anything for UK/US relations which already seem to have been ironically taken over by France.
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Protesters = btfo'd?

Will be in London in July, this gonna be good
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Ronald Macdonald trump
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I hope it rains the whole the time so he can't visit his golf course.
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Brilliant!
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Presidental Protection will have to deploy snipers to guard against balloon attacks.

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Damn. I really hoped he would let the UK sink by itself

Hopefully he's just gonna troll May a bit and leave
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It is a bad idea imo too soon and there are going to be mass protests, which wont do anything for UK/US relations which already seem to have been ironically taken over by France.
The man has been president since the beginning of 2017. By staging protests in order to intentionally prevent a democratically elected head of state from visiting a country, they're not only showing themselves to be incredibly petty and inconsiderate: they're also showing themselves to be anti-democratic.
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He's just visiting, what's so wrong with it.
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Good. It’s about time.
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(Original post by Sanjith Hegde123)
He's just visiting, what's so wrong with it.
A lot of people would say, on %, that he isn't welcome. I don't generally force my company places it isn't welcome (But i'm much classier than DT)
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The man has been president since the beginning of 2017. By staging protests in order to intentionally prevent a democratically elected head of state from visiting a country, they're not only showing themselves to be incredibly petty and inconsiderate: they're also showing themselves to be anti-democratic.
The right to protest against the government is literally the most important part of a functioning democracy.
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hope his plane crashes on the way over
What a lovely person you are.
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The right to protest against the government is literally the most important part of a functioning democracy.
What does it actually achieve, though? Apart from a public disturbance? It's no better than a fascistic street march in that regard.
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What does it actually achieve, though? Apart from a public disturbance? It's no better than a fascistic street march in that regard.
Protests rarely achieve much, but that doesn't make them "anti-democratic", as you posited.
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