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14 July 2018, 07:47 | Glen Norman
"For God's sake, Theresa, stand up to him today".
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have a complicated history with hand-to-hand contact, but after their most intimate hand grip to date on Tuesday, the couple has shared yet another surprising public display of affection.
The petition against Trump claimed an official state visit would be embarrassing for the Queen. "But when they make you feel unwelcome, why would I stay there?"
Campaigners will also gather outside the Trump International Golf Links in Aberdeenshire, his second course, and there could be some protests at Turnberry.
Greenpeace flew a paraglider with a banner message reading "Trump well below par" above the resort on Friday evening.
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The Duchess of Cambridge never bows out from re-wearing designer duds for royal outings and does so in the chicest manner. Kate is now in the middle of maternity leave for Prince Louis and hasn't yet returned to full-time royal duties.
Speaking to HuffPost UK after the press conference, Tory MP Nigel Evans, who backed Brexit in the referendum, said he was not completely reassured by Trump's remarks. The vast majority of British people are appalled by his words and deeds. "He never enters into adult discussion", said Paul Fonseca, 23.
In the interview with the Sun, Trump - who has been a long-time supporter of Brexit - said May had not listened to his advice on how to do a Brexit deal, saying: "I would have done it much differently".
In that, he tells people to "overshoot" - asking for far more than they ever expect.
Trump also issued a warning to the European Union, telling it to "be very careful" of increasing immigration into the region, as he described a global backlash to migration. Mundell told media that welcoming the US president was "an opportunity to strengthen vital links" with a key ally, adding that he hoped Trump enjoyed his stay. "But it is too bad what is going on".
Chanting "Donald Trump has got to go", tens of thousands of protesters marched through London on Friday waving banners and banging pots to demonstrate against the US president on his first official visit to Britain. "I have a lot of respect for the prime minister".
"Just make sure we can trade together, that's all that matters", he said.
"So if they go in a slightly different route [on Brexit] - and I know they do want independence. if they are going to go in a certain route I just said that I hope you are going to be able to trade with the United States. He's been saying very good things about me as president".
He said: 'It's a great thing for global relations and if you look at the United Kingdom and you look at Scotland and the U.S. - what two allies, anywhere in the world at any time in history have been more powerful allies than us?
But he said that the investment had done "wonders for the area" and that his Scottish grandmother would be "smiling down" from heaven in pride at the work in her native land.
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But ultimately, it wasn't enough. "You would not believe how much business we got just from that memorabilia alone", he said. By this year, only a pair in Alaska and the final OR store had endured.
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Anderson had already won the first point of the game but was blown back while returning yet another of Isner's monstrous serves. South Africa's Kevin Anderson hugs John Isner of the United States, right, after the longest Wimbledon semi-final in history.
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A portion of the February 16, indictment against Russia's Internet Research Agency is photographed in Washington, March 15, 2018. The Kremlin has denied that the Russian state interfered in the US election. "And it's a very, very bad policy".