Did Trump Break Royal Protocol During Queen Visit?

Did Trump Break Royal Protocol During Queen Visit?

President Trump said that he doesn't see any Democratic challenger who could beat him in the 2020 presidential election. "I know them all and I don't see anybody".

The President of the United States of America Donald trump met with the Queen of Britain Elizabeth II. Trump met the queen Friday at Windsor Castle.

Trump replied: "I think I could have". "As we could all see, at one point the Queen completely disappeared behind him which should not have happened".

The presidential couple arrived at the massive 900-plus-year-old fortress just miles west of London at about 5 p.m. local time, and shook hands with Her Majesty, 92, who was meeting her 12th sitting president and the fourth she has hosted at her weekend residence since the 1980s.

America's First Lady is an attractive, elegant woman with impeccable taste and style.

"And very attractive. It was really something special", Trump said of the meeting.

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There will be no carriage procession and no opulent state banquet, and Buckingham Palace said no other members of the royal family will call in to Windsor to meet the billionaire-turned-politician. "She's a fantastic woman; so much energy and smart and sharp". She's a very special person. Mr. Trump's interview with Good Morning Britain was broadcast Monday.

"The reason why the rest of the world in large part has repaired to us is not the example of our power, but the power of our example", Biden said.

He told The Sun newspaper before his arrival that he was looking forward to the visit, complimenting the queen and marveling at the lack of controversy associated with her over the years.

Yesterday, a 20-foot-tall "Trump Baby" blimp was flown above Parliament Square with Trump responding to the inflatable and saying it made him feel "unwelcome" in London. But then when I got in, we took a different approach and there was plenty of testing and plenty of nuclear tests going off and missiles going up and rockets going up....

Mr Trump has, at times, used weird and often contradictory phrases to describe the North Korean despot.

The 30-minute interview in the Daily Mail produced a multitude of Trumpisms - or as Morgan himself put it, "lengthy hyperbolic boasts about how great he is and how well he's doing". "But I could name others also". "Now when people come in illegally they have their kids, there are consequences to that, but I still didn't like the idea of separation".