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Where to score a selfie with Trump Baby in London

11 July 2018, 02:53 | Elsie Buchanan

GETTY FILMMAGICRudy Guiliani said London Mayor Sadiq Khan should focus more on crime in London than President Trump

GETTY  FILMMAGICRudy Guiliani said London Mayor Sadiq Khan should focus more on crime in London than President Trump

Although politically and militarily Great Britain and the United States are some of each other's greatest allies, citizens of the Isle are not all that thrilled with President Trump as a representative of the USA, which was a thought process furthered amongst British citizens after Trump made comments on militant attacks in Britain, as well as his retweeting of a far-right U.K. party's blatantly anti-Muslim Twitter post.

After the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit, Trump will head to England, where Prime Minister Theresa May's government is in turmoil over her plans for exiting the European Union.

The president's first official visit to the United Kingdom is expected to be overshadowed by mass demonstrations, with more than 50,000 people signed up to take part in protests in the capital.

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

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Sadiq Khan supported the decision taken by the Greater London Authority to allow the 20ft inflatable, dubbed "Trump Baby" to rise above Parliament Square Gardens for two hours on Friday morning while the U.S. president is in London.

Trump arrives in Britain on Thursday after a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit and thousands of protesters are expected to join demonstrations during his visit, including plans to fly a blimp over parliament portraying Trump as an orange, snarling baby.

It explains that "numerous demonstrations" have been planned for President Trump's visit between July 12 and 14, with most of those in central London, and large crowds expected.

May appears to have seen off an immediate challenge to her leadership from malcontents within her Conservative Party but Trump's comments ahead of the trip - that Britain was "in somewhat turmoil" and that it was up to the people if she stayed in power - fanned the sense of political crisis.

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About 50,000 people are planning to demonstrate in London alone on Friday, the day when Trump has meetings planned with both Prime Minister Theresa May and Queen Elizabeth II in the countryside.

Although protests against USA policies aren't a new thing, those planned during Trump's visit are also targeted toward him personally.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has granted permission for the blimp to fly above the square between 9.30am and 11.30am. Then, Trump will head to Scotland for a few days.

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