Trump stokes Britain's Brexit turmoil at start of visit

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Scottish leaders of the Scottish Labour and the Scottish Greens, Richard Leonard and Patrick Harvie, also issued a joint statement urging the Scottish government to prevent the US president landing at Prestwick airport.

His comments are a departure from his remarks earlier in the day when he insisted, "I think they like me a lot in the U.K" although he still insisted even after his Baby blimp lament that real Brits "love the President".

Trump is scheduled to meet with The Queen and British Prime Minister Theresa May.

The visit is seen as crucial at setting the course for a closer trading relationship between the two countries.

Apparently, the Trumps "are really looking forward to meeting" Queen Elizabeth, as U.S. Ambassador Robert "Woody" Johnson said in a recent statement.

He said Britain was "a pretty hot spot right now with a lot of resignations". I think they agree with me on immigration.

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Over a lunch of Dover sole, lamb and lemon meringue pie, the leaders will discuss Russian Federation, trade, Brexit and the Middle East.

A brief visit to the newly-relocated US Embassy at Nine Elms in south-west London is also believed to be on the cards.

Earlier today Trump gave an extraordinary press conference in Brussels after giving North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders a bruising over defence cash, where he wrote off protesters and said Theresa May's Brexit deal probably wasn't what Britons voted for.

A high fence has been erected around the USA ambassador's central London residence where Trump will spend Thursday night and the embassy has sent out an alert warning Americans in London to keep a low profile in case protests turn violent.

Huge protests are planned in the UK's capital city during Trump's visit when he arrives with first lady Melania Trump on Thursday.

Protesters have been encouraged to bring pots, drums and vuvuzelas.

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Friday night he will stay at the US Ambassador official residence in Regent's Park, London, which has been surrounded by a ring of steel of new security fences and road barriers to prevent a terror attack.

Tomorrow, May and Trump will visit an unnamed defence site to view a demonstration of UK military capabilities, as a showcase of integrated UK-US military training. This Friday, however, that will change when the two, along with the First Lady Melania Trump, have tea.

Outside the mansion, near Oxford to the northwest of London, a couple of thousand demonstrators lined the road and booed Trump's arrival, one of over 100 protests police expect to take place during his four-day trip.

More than 60,000 people have signed up to demonstrate in London on Friday when protesters intend to fly a large balloon over parliament portraying Trump as an orange, snarling baby. "While it is reasonable for the police to put in place measures for safety, it would be unprecedented for such a major demonstration to be denied permission for a stage".

Smaller demonstrations are also expected to be held around the United Kingdom, including cities like Devon, Dundee, Edinburgh, Belfast, Norwich, Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool.

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