Trump state visit: Americans thank Royal Family for 'babysitting [their] garbage'

Trump state visit: Americans thank Royal Family for 'babysitting [their] garbage'

Still, there are potential clouds on the horizon of US-UK relations, as Attorney General William Barr is digging into the DOJ's and FBI's handling of the so-called "Trump-Russia" case during the 2016 presidential campaign.

The Irish Independent reported that even this short-stay will cost around $11.25m, much of which will be spent on a "ring of steel" around Trump.

Organisers estimated 75,000 people hit the streets - fewer than those at the anti-Trump rally in 2018, which organisers said drew more than 100,000. "I don't want to hear about that".

May, when asked if she believes Khan is a "stone cold loser", suggested that Khan and Corbyn's actions could be detrimental to the UK's relationship with the US and a potential trade deal. Teams of negotiators from the United States and Britain have been discussing a possible trade deal, but British officials said Tuesday that those discussions were in the early stages and nothing could be signed until after Britain left the European Union, which is now slated for October 31.

May will step down as Conservative Party leader on Friday over her inability to deliver Brexit despite focusing on little else for the past two years.

Trump hasn't been shy before and during his visit about expressing his thoughts about a successor. "I don't think the Queen could actually say no".

As a big balloon of a diaper-wearing baby Trump floated over a rally that blocked central London traffic, the USA leader heaped praise on May and scorn on opposition Labour chief Jeremy Corbyn. It wasn't immediately clear whether that was correct.

Ahead of travelling to the UK, Mr Trump said: "Nigel Farage is a friend of mine".

Colbert also noted that Trump and Queen Elizabeth exchanged gifts today, with Her Royal Highness bestowing upon His Royal Hairness a first-edition copy of Winston Churchill's World War II book. Trump told the Sunday Times in an interview that Britain should "walk away" from talks and refuse to pay a $49 billion USA divorce bill if it doesn't get better terms from the EU.

In a sentence Mr Trump could never repeat, she said: "I have always believed that co-operation and compromise are the basis of strong alliances".

"I think that he is, from where I come from, somewhat of a negative force".

Washington has pressured its allies around the world to bar Huawei from developing new 5G mobile networks over security concerns about Beijing's ability to exploit them for its own purposes.

The British government, sensitive about its relationship with Beijing, has been reluctant to go along with American restrictions. On Tuesday, he indicated Britain and the United States would be able to resolve any issues.

His wife, Monica Richards, 65, a retired employee of Orange County Superior Court in California, said they were nonetheless excited to be among a throng of "like people who have a great hate for Trump". "I am proud that our city has a Muslim mayor, that we can chase down Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, any form of racism within our society", he said. "I don't see any protests".

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