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Donald Trump visit: Student mows green message for President Trump

Donald Trump visit: Student mows green message for President Trump

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Also there was U.S. ambassador Woody Johnson, whose official residence, Winfield House in Regent's Park, will be the Trumps' accommodation during their visit.

He tweeted to say that he did not brand the American former actress "nasty" when he was recently confronted with comments she made before the 2016 USA elections saying she would leave the country if he won.

He added in a statement on Saturday: "The next prime minister should be chosen not by the United States president, nor by 100,000 unrepresentative Conservative party members, but by the British people in a general election".

Most presidents would go out of their way to avoid such sensitive topics at a moment of extreme political stress.

"They've got to get it done", Trump told the Sunday Times in an interview published on the eve of the president's state visit to Britain.

Mr Trump said the the USA was already the UK's largest trading partner and that he believed there was scope for further expansion. In July previous year, Trump said Khan had "done a very bad job on terrorism".

The president, speaking to the British newspaper before he visits the United Kingdom on Monday, expressed support for the former foreign secretary in his bid to replace Theresa May, saying: "I think Boris would do a very good job".

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The official visit began with a royal welcome at Buckingham Palace where Charles and Camilla met Trump and Melania as they landed on Marine One.

The launch video follows Johnson on the campaign trail, promising voters that he will take Britain out of the European Union on October 31 "deal or no deal" if he becomes prime minister by being elected Tory leader.

A meeting with either Johnson, favourite to succeed May, or Farage, a bombastic anti-establishment campaigner, would be seen as a snub for May who is bowing out after failing to negotiate a Brexit deal that parliament could ratify.

The Duke of York, Chancellor Phillip Hammond, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the president's daughter Ivanka Trump are also expected to attend.

He has already waded far into Britain's turbulent domestic politics, where more than a dozen candidates are vying to replace May, who announced last month she was quitting after failing to get her European Union divorce deal through parliament.

Brexit is the most significant geopolitical move for the United Kingdom since World War Two and if it happens, London will be more reliant on the United States as ties loosen with the other 27 members of the EU. There had been reports of massive protests against his visit to London at the time, and more are expected tomorrow - including a $25,000, 16-foot robot, commissioned by an American artist, of Trump sitting on a gold toilet emitting sound bites like "no collusion" and farting noises.

He will then meet Theresa May for talks at Downing Street tomorrow - just days before her departure date - before taking part in a ceremony to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.