Un défenseur de Trump est trempé dans un milkshake lors de la protestation de la visite d'Etat britannique – Trouver un Masque vélo anti pollution

Le partisan de Donald Trump qui a été aspergé de milkshake par des manifestants en colère a déclaré qu'il y faisait campagne pour protéger la démocratie, MailOnline peut révéler.

Le grand-père semi-retraité, qui a refusé d'être identifié, a déclaré qu'il discutait pacifiquement avec des "gauchistes modérés" et qu'il "riait avec la majorité d'entre eux" avant que la manifestation ne devienne violente.

La séquence vidéo de la scène montre un certain nombre de manifestants anti-Trump criant «écume nazie» au Londonien avant de lui jeter le breuvage froid.

L'homme dit ensuite qu'il est "ici pour rester" avant de remettre la coupe aux manifestants alors qu'un seul policier tente d'empêcher l'incident de se transformer en bagarre.

Il a déclaré à MailOnline: "Nous devons montrer à quel point la gauche peut être agressive – ce n'est pas nous, vous savez s'ils veulent m'appeler de droite parce que je soutiens Trump, je dois être de droite, mais je ne suis pas un raciste.'

L’attaque choquante d’aujourd’hui a eu lieu peu après que M. Corbyn eut prononcé un discours devant quelques dizaines de milliers de manifestants anti-Trump dans la capitale cet après-midi – le dirigeant du parti travailliste accusant de manière odieuse le président de "créer un sentiment de haine" et de favoriser le racisme.

M. Corbyn venait juste de finir de sermonner ses partisans sur la "paix et la justice" et la création d'un "monde meilleur" – mais ses partisans fanatiques ne semblaient pas avoir compris le message quand ils s'en prenaient à l'homme qui portait l'un des chapeaux de la marque Trump.

Quelques minutes plus tard, le président a riposté contre le dirigeant du parti travailliste et l'a qualifié de "force négative" en politique, tout en révélant qu'il avait refusé de rencontrer M. Corbyn pour des entretiens.

Les manifestants eux-mêmes ont admis que leurs chiffres étaient bien en deçà des estimations. Un groupe, les Trump Babysitters, est passé à quelques dizaines de milliers de personnes. M. Trump a rejeté les accusations initiales selon lesquelles 250 000 personnes auraient manifesté contre lui. '.

En parlant du moment où il a été attaqué, l'homme a ajouté: 'Je suis venu soutenir Trump pour arrêter la gauche qui, depuis que nous avons voté pour le Brexit, a protesté contre la démocratie.

«C'est le président démocratiquement élu du monde libre. Je voulais juste un débat avec la gauche raisonnable, je ne m'attendais à rien de ce qui s'est passé. Je n'ai jamais voulu que cela devienne violent, mais je n'allais pas être intimidé.

Un militant pro-président Donald Trump est escorté par la police après avoir été frappé avec un milkshake lors d'un rassemblement à Londres aujourd'hui

Un partisan du président, Donald Trump, a été escorté par la police après avoir été frappé avec un milkshake lors d'un rassemblement à Londres aujourd'hui. Il a dit à MailOnline qu'il était là 'faisant campagne pour la démocratie'

Dans des scènes instables, des manifestants anti-Trump ont scandé cet homme cet après-midi en disant:

Dans des scènes instables, des manifestants anti-Trump ont scandé cet homme cet après-midi en disant:

Une femme chante "une racaille nazie" contre le défenseur de Trump alors qu'il est poussé par les manifestants anti-Trump à Londres aujourd'hui

Une femme chante "une racaille nazie" contre le défenseur de Trump alors qu'il est poussé par les manifestants anti-Trump à Londres aujourd'hui

L'homme est attaqué et recouvert de milkshake aujourd'hui alors qu'un seul policier tente d'empêcher l'escalade de la situation.

L'homme est attaqué et recouvert de milkshake aujourd'hui alors qu'un seul policier tente d'empêcher l'escalade de la situation.

Le militant de Donald Trump a été frappé par un milkshake sur la place du Parlement lors de manifestations lors de la visite du président américain

Le militant de Donald Trump a été frappé par un milkshake sur la place du Parlement lors de manifestations lors de la visite du président américain

Le partisan pro-Trump attrape le milkshake avant de le rejeter lors de la manifestation contre le président aujourd'hui

Le partisan pro-Trump attrape le milkshake avant de le rejeter lors de la manifestation contre le président aujourd'hui

L'homme rejette le milkshake après l'avoir frappé au cours du rassemblement contre Donald Trump à Londres cet après-midi.

L'homme rejette le milkshake après l'avoir frappé au cours du rassemblement contre Donald Trump à Londres cet après-midi.

Le militant pro-Trump est escorté par la police après avoir été frappé avec un milkshake lors du rassemblement à Londres aujourd'hui

Le militant pro-Trump est escorté par la police après avoir été frappé avec un milkshake lors du rassemblement à Londres aujourd'hui

La police éloigne le militant pro-Trump de la place du Parlement après avoir été frappé par un milkshake lors des manifestations de ce jour

La police éloigne le militant pro-Trump de la place du Parlement après avoir été frappé par un milkshake lors des manifestations de ce jour

Jeremy Corbyn cet après-midi a prononcé un discours devant les manifestants anti-Donald Trump à Trafalgar Square à Londres

Jeremy Corbyn, chef du parti travailliste britannique d'opposition, quitte la région après un discours

Jeremy Corbyn cet après-midi a prononcé un discours devant les manifestants anti-Donald Trump à Trafalgar Square à Londres

Des milliers de manifestants anti-Trump se rassemblent sur la place Trafalagar aujourd'hui, mais environ 250 000 personnes semblaient hors de propos.

Des milliers de manifestants anti-Trump se rassemblent sur la place Trafalagar aujourd'hui, mais environ 250 000 personnes semblaient hors de propos.

Le grand-père a déclaré que le «groupe de hardcore» était devenu amer », car ils ne pouvaient pas répondre aux questions ni aux réponses que je leur répondais».

Le discours complet de Jeremy Corbyn à Londres aujourd'hui

Regardez autour de vous, regardez-vous. Nous sommes jeunes, nous sommes vieux, nous sommes noirs, nous sommes blancs, nous sommes handicapés, nous sommes LGBT, nous sommes toute la merveilleuse mosaïque de diversité et d’inclusion que nous représentons dans cette manifestation.

"Nous sommes l'incarnation vivante de ce qu'est une société démocratique. Les gens ne se rassemblent pas pour exploiter leurs différences, mais pour partager la joie d'apprendre quelque chose les uns des autres et des expériences des autres, afin que d'autres ne subissent peut-être pas les difficultés ont abouti à certains des changements sociaux que nous avons accomplis.

«Ainsi, en accueillant des visiteurs des États-Unis, j'espère qu'il peut y avoir une conversation. Je ne refuse absolument pas de rencontrer quelqu'un. Je veux pouvoir avoir ce dialogue pour amener le monde meilleur et plus pacifique dans lequel nous voulons tous vivre.

«Mais je suis très déçu, particulièrement aujourd'hui, du merveilleux festival de l'Aïd auquel notre maire de Londres, Sadiq Khan, a été attaqué comme il l'a fait. Je suis fier que notre ville ait un maire musulman, que nous puissions chasser l'islamophobie, l'antisémitisme et toutes les formes de racisme au sein de notre société. Parce que le racisme divise, l'exploitation des minorités divise, l'exploitation des minorités engendre la haine, l'aversion, le mépris et un lieu horrible dans lequel les individus peuvent vivre.

«Quand vous avez créé ce sentiment de haine, quand vous avez détruit l'estime de soi des gens par ces formes de racisme, savez-vous quoi? Vous n'avez pas construit de maison, ni d'école, ni d'infirmière, ni défendu notre monde naturel – tout ce que vous avez fait est de créer un plus grand sentiment de haine et de haine qui va avec il.

«En tant que communauté et en tant que peuple, nous devons donc travailler ensemble pour faire de ce monde différent. Nous sommes en plein débat sur l'avenir de nos relations entre la Grande-Bretagne et l'Europe et le reste du monde. La base de ce débat devrait sûrement être que nous encourageons la protection des emplois et du niveau de vie et des services publics et que nous tendions la main aux gens du monde entier.

«Mais il ne devrait pas y avoir de débat sur la façon dont nous allons de l'avant avec No Deal, tout en offrant notre précieux et précieux service national de santé aux sociétés privées américaines pour qu'il prenne la relève. Nous n'accepterons pas cela. Nous allons nous battre avec chaque dernier souffle de notre corps pour défendre le principe d'un service de santé gratuit au point de nécessité pour tout le monde en tant que droit humain.

De la même manière, de nombreux collègues de mon parti au sein de mon cabinet fantôme et de mon groupe parlementaire sont fiers d’avancer le même principe pour un système éducatif fondé sur le droit d'apprendre et le droit de savoir, et non la capacité d'acheter. de quelqu'un d'autre. Il s'agit du genre de monde dans lequel nous voulons vivre.

«Il y a une crise de réfugiés dans le monde. Il y a 65 millions de personnes dans le monde qui n'ont pas d'endroit où s'installer chez elles. Ils vivent en exil intérieur dans certains pays, vivent dans des camps de réfugiés ou entreprennent de dangereux voyages pour se rendre dans un lieu sûr. Soixante-cinq millions, ce qui est plus que jamais au cours de l'histoire de l'histoire, il y a eu des personnes déplacées sur ce globe.

'Pouvons-nous cesser de traiter les personnes qui voyagent dans un lieu sûr, échappent à l'oppression, à la dégradation liée au changement climatique ou à la pauvreté économique pour tenter d'apporter leur contribution au monde – ne les traitez pas comme des ennemis, mais comme des êtres humains êtres et les citoyens de cette planète qui méritent notre soutien, notre sympathie et notre compréhension.

«Mais, comme beaucoup d’entre nous l’ont fait quand nous avons défilé en 2003 à Hyde Park, le fait d’entrer en guerre a des conséquences. Conséquences pour les soldats décédés, dont nous nous souvenons cette semaine de la commémoration de ce qui s'est passé le jour J. Les conséquences subsistent dans le handicap, le stress mental, la dislocation et les flux de réfugiés désespérés. Les guerres en Afghanistan, en Irak et en Syrie alimentent ce flux de réfugiés désespéré. Je souhaite travailler avec tous les gouvernements de la planète pour créer un monde pacifique dans lequel nous ne résoudrons pas nos problèmes en partant en guerre, mais en résolvant nos problèmes en comprenant l'histoire et les causes de ces conflits. C’est le message intelligent de paix que je crois que nous lançons aujourd’hui dans cette merveilleuse manifestation ici à Whitehall.

«Et il y a une autre chose que je veux dire, et c'est ceci. Il y a trois semaines au Parlement, j'ai eu le privilège et la fierté de présenter tristement une résolution très nécessaire – une résolution que le Parlement britannique devrait déclarer comme une urgence climatique et environnementale sur toute la planète. Je suis fier de dire qu'il n'a pas été opposé, il a donc été adopté et c'est la décision du Parlement britannique.

«Mais, adopter une telle motion n’en est qu’une partie. Si nous voulons protéger le monde naturel et l'environnement dont nous dépendons tous, des mesures doivent être prises. Un monde dédié au profit personnel et à la cupidité, à l’exploitation en masse et aux formes d’agriculture les plus intensives détruit petit à petit le monde naturel sur lequel nous comptons tous. Soixante pour cent des espèces sauvages ont été perdues au pays au cours des 40 dernières années, de plus en plus vite et de plus en plus mal. Les problèmes galopent dans le monde entier.

«L’accord de Paris sur les changements climatiques était le produit, pas seulement de l’esprit brillant de certaines des personnes qui étaient en train de le négocier, mais en réalité, c’était le produit de décennies de décennies de militants de l’environnement qui ont souligné qu’il fallait limiter vous détruisez la planète. N'oubliez jamais, la protestation et l'activisme mènent finalement au changement. Et ainsi, je veux vivre dans un monde qui survit, je veux vivre dans un monde qui prospère. Vous faites cela en respectant le monde naturel, vous vous respectez les uns les autres, vous reconnaissez que nous apprenons de l'histoire de chacun.

«Je dis donc à nos visiteurs qui sont arrivés cette semaine. Réfléchissez, s'il vous plaît, à un monde de paix et de désarmement, reconnaissant les valeurs de tous les peuples, combattant le racisme, la misogynie et les haines religieuses alimentées par l'extrême droite britannique , en Europe et aux États-Unis.

"Ils n'ont pas de réponses, pas de réponses pour les jeunes qui grandissent inquiets pour leur avenir, pas de réponses pour les communautés qui ont perdu leurs industries, pas de réponses pour les populations qui sont désespérées dans le monde entier pour aller vivre ailleurs, aucune réponse à ces personnes qui cherchent désespérément à obtenir l'aide et le soutien médical dont elles ont besoin, aucune réponse à celles qui traversent une crise de santé mentale de quelque type que ce soit dans le monde entier.

'Vous savez quoi? Ensemble, nous pouvons faire une grande différence, ensemble, nous pouvons changer ce monde. Ensemble, nous pouvons réaliser cette paix et cette justice. Et par notre démonstration d’aujourd’hui, nous avons montré à quel point nous étions tous déterminés à réaliser cet endroit meilleur et ce monde meilleur. Merci d'être ici aujourd'hui pour la paix, la justice et le désarmement. '

Il a expliqué que l'un de ses amis avait été frappé par un milkshake et qu'il l'avait frappé en l'aidant.

L'homme a également affirmé qu'il avait reçu un coup de pied dans les jambes et qu'il avait été attaqué avec une bannière munie d'un bâton. Les manifestants ont également tenté de retirer son chapeau Make America Great Again – qu'il a finalement récupéré.

Le Londonien a raconté comment des policiers l'avaient retiré de la manifestation sur la place du Parlement pour sa propre sécurité.

Il a déclaré à la police qu'il ne voulait pas signaler officiellement ce qui s'était passé, sachant que rien ne s'en tirerait.

"Certains d'entre eux ont commencé à nous appeler des fascistes, et nous leur disions que vous êtes des fascistes qui protestent contre un président du monde libre élu démocratiquement", a-t-il déclaré à MailOnline.

Il a poursuivi: «Ils ont le droit démocratique d’être là et de protester contre lui, et c’était une manifestation pacifique.

"C'était bon de débattre avec eux et je rigolais avec la majorité d'entre eux, puis nous avons commencé à faire jouer le hardcore et à nous entourer."

Un peu plus tôt dans la journée, le partisan de Trump a déclaré que le président américain avait fait en sorte qu'il "saisisse les commentaires de sa chatte" parce qu'il était "encore un enfant de cœur".

Parler à Joe.co.uk, a-t-il ajouté: Je vois un lien entre le Brexit et Donald Trump dans le mondialisme. Arrêter le globalisme. Je n'aime pas le fait qu'il y ait mondialisme. Je suis mort contre ça.

«Je suis mort contre des bureaucrates non élus à Bruxelles, que vous ne pouvez pas voter. Et ils nous imposent des lois que nous ignorons même. Je n'ai aucun problème avec l'Europe, c'est l'UE. '

Les assaillants venaient d'entendre M. Corbyn accuser le président de favoriser le racisme, bien qu'il ne l'ait pas mentionné nommément, dans un discours extraordinaire devant un homme politique qui pourrait un jour travailler avec le président des États-Unis.

M. Corbyn s'est déchaîné contre le président américain lors d'un discours décoiffé sur la place du Parlement, le condamnant pour avoir traité les réfugiés comme des "ennemis", ignorant le changement climatique et essayant d'exploiter le NHS à des fins lucratives. Dans un message qui ravira ses acolytes de la gauche dure, il a insisté sur le fait que M. Trump n'avait "pas de réponses" sur la manière de créer "la paix et la justice".

Il a également plaidé pour la défense du maire de Londres, Sadiq Khan, un jour après que M. Trump l'ait qualifié de "perdant absolu" – et a suggéré que le président avait "créé un plus grand sens de haine et de haine".

Malgré le fait que le banquet de cérémonie ait été dédaigné par la reine pour M. Trump hier soir, M. Corbyn, connu pour s'être assis avec le Hamas, le Hezbollah et l'IRA, a nié avoir évité de parler à M. Trump.

Les propos furieux vont faire craindre qu’un Premier ministre de Corbyn ne vienne ruiner la relation privilégiée.

Le vétéran ailier gauche a passé des décennies à se plaindre de la puissance américaine, exigeant de l’Occident qu’il abandonne unilatéralement ses armes nucléaires.

M. Trump a déjà prévenu qu'il lui faudrait vérifier si l'on pouvait faire confiance à M. Corbyn avant d'accepter de poursuivre une coopération de sécurité cruciale.

Le président a ajouté: "Je pense que les gens devraient chercher à faire les choses correctement et non à critiquer – je n'aime pas les critiques autant que j'aime et respecte les personnes qui font avancer les choses – alors j'ai décidé de ne pas se rencontrer."

Il a également qualifié les manifestations de "fausses nouvelles", affirmant: "Nous avons quitté le Premier ministre, la reine, la famille royale. Des milliers de personnes étaient dans la rue pour applaudir. Même en venant aujourd'hui, des milliers de personnes ont applaudi.

'Puis j'ai entendu dire qu'il y avait des manifestations, j'ai dit' Où sont les manifestations? Je ne vois aucune protestation '. J'ai assisté à une petite protestation aujourd'hui lorsque je suis arrivé – très petite -, donc, il s'agit en grande partie de fausses informations que je déteste dire. '

Les milkshakes sont devenus un projectile populaire pour attaquer des personnalités publiques au cours des dernières semaines. Nigel Farage, chef du parti du Brexit, et le fondateur de la Ligue anglaise de la défense, Tommy Robinson, figuraient parmi les victimes.

L’ancien parachutiste MacNaughton, âgé de 81 ans, a également été frappé par un milkshake alors qu’il se portait volontaire devant un bureau de vote pour le Brexit Party à Aldershot, dans le Hampshire, lors des élections européennes du mois dernier.

Aujourd'hui, M. Corbyn a déclaré que la "protestation et l'activisme" étaient le meilleur moyen de provoquer un changement politique. Les propos furieux vont faire craindre qu’un Premier ministre de Corbyn ne vienne ruiner la relation privilégiée.

Le vétéran ailier gauche a passé des décennies à se plaindre de la puissance américaine et à ce que l’Occident abandonne les armes nucléaires unilatéralement. M. Trump a déjà prévenu qu'il lui faudrait vérifier si l'on pouvait faire confiance à M. Corbyn avant d'accepter de poursuivre une coopération de sécurité cruciale.

M. Corbyn a déclaré: 'Quand vous avez créé ce sentiment de haine, quand vous avez détruit l'estime de soi des gens par ces formes de racisme, savez-vous quoi?

'Vous n'avez pas construit de maison, pas d'école, pas d'infirmière, vous n'avez pas défendu notre monde naturel – tout ce que vous avez fait est de créer un plus grand sentiment de haine et de haine avec ça.'

Il a ajouté: «Je dis à nos visiteurs qui sont arrivés cette semaine. Réfléchissez, s'il vous plaît, à un monde de paix et de désarmement, reconnaissant les valeurs de tous les peuples, combattant le racisme, la misogynie et les haines religieuses alimentées par l'extrême droite britannique , en Europe et aux États-Unis. '

M. Corbyn a terminé son discours en enthousiasmant les manifestants en leur disant: "Savez-vous quoi? Ensemble, nous pouvons faire une grande différence, ensemble, nous pouvons changer ce monde. Ensemble, nous pouvons réaliser cette paix et cette justice. Et par notre démonstration d’aujourd’hui, nous avons montré à quel point nous étions tous déterminés à réaliser cet endroit meilleur et ce monde meilleur. Merci d'être ici aujourd'hui pour la paix, la justice et le désarmement. '

Le maire de Londres a participé à l'attaque contre Trump, déclarant à une chaîne de presse américaine que le président des États-Unis se comportait "comme un enfant de onze ans".

Khan a déclaré à CNN qu'il n'était "pas du tout offensé" par la réprimande de Trump sur Twitter, rendue lundi.

Il a déclaré: «C’est le genre de comportement que j’attendrais d’un enfant de 11 ans.

«Mais c'est à lui de décider comment il se comporte. Ce n'est pas à moi de répondre de la même manière. Je pense que c'est sous moi de faire des tweets enfantins et des insultes.

Khan a longtemps critiqué Trump. Dans un article paru dans un journal dimanche, il a qualifié le président américain de "menace mondiale croissante" et a déclaré qu'il était "non britannique" de dérouler le tapis rouge pour lui.

En réponse, le président a tweeté, après avoir atterri à Stansted: "Sadiq Khan, qui a fait un travail incroyable en tant que maire de Londres, a été bêtement" méchant "envers le président des États-Unis en visite, de loin le plus important allié du Royaume-Uni.

«C’est un grand perdant qui devrait se concentrer sur le crime à Londres, pas moi.

'Kahn [sic] Cela me rappelle beaucoup de notre maire très muet et incompétent de New York, de Blasio, qui a également fait un travail terrible – seulement la moitié de sa taille.

«Quoi qu’il en soit, j’ai hâte d’être un grand ami du Royaume-Uni et j’attends avec impatience ma visite. Atterrissage maintenant.

S'adressant à CNN depuis l'hôtel de ville, le maire a critiqué M. Trump pour son approche en matière d'immigration et de défense des droits des homosexuels.

Des pancartes sont placées sur le sol à Trafalgar Square, qui n'a pas été collecté avant la marche à Londres aujourd'hui.

Des pancartes sont placées sur le sol à Trafalgar Square, qui n'a pas été collecté avant la marche à Londres aujourd'hui.

Des pancartes non collectées sont placées autour de Trafalgar Square aujourd'hui, certaines disant: "Non à Trump, non à la guerre"

Des pancartes à Trafalgar Square aujourd'hui

Des pancartes non collectées sont placées autour de Trafalgar Square aujourd'hui, certaines disant: "Non à Trump, non à la guerre"

Les préparatifs commencent après les manifestations anti-Donald Trump à Trafalgar Square à Londres cet après-midi

Les préparatifs commencent après les manifestations anti-Donald Trump à Trafalgar Square à Londres cet après-midi

Des signes anti-Trump s'empilent sur l'herbe lors du rassemblement contre le président américain à Londres cet après-midi

La lectrice de MailOnline, Lisa Sergent, a envoyé une photo de pancartes abandonnées sur le sol, disant: "Vous appelez ces éco-guerriers?"

La lectrice de MailOnline, Lisa Sergent, a envoyé une photo de pancartes abandonnées sur le sol, disant: "Vous appelez ces éco-guerriers?"

Certains amateurs de rallye ont pris la peine de se mettre sous les pancartes et les banderoles à la fin d’une journée décevante sous la pluie.

Certains amateurs de rallye ont pris la peine de se mettre sous les pancartes et les banderoles à la fin d’une journée décevante sous la pluie.

Mais des centaines de personnes ont été abandonnées dans la rue ou entassées à côté de parcs et de routes après des discours sur l'environnement

Mais des centaines de personnes ont été abandonnées dans la rue ou entassées à côté de parcs et de routes après des discours sur l'environnement

Des tas de pancartes laissées par les manifestants près de la station de métro Westminster à Londres après les manifestations de cet après-midi

Des tas de pancartes laissées par les manifestants près de la station de métro Westminster à Londres après les manifestations de cet après-midi

"Il peut être contrarié par un article paru dans un journal du dimanche selon lequel il a recours à des insultes".

Le groupe Trump Babysitters estime que des dizaines de milliers de manifestants ont pris part aux manifestations – moins de 250 000 environ se sont rassemblés lors de la visite de M. Trump au Royaume-Uni le 13 juillet dernier.

John Rees, de la Coalition Stop The War, l'un des organisateurs de la manifestation d'aujourd'hui, a déclaré à MailOnline: «75 000 personnes sont dans les rues de Londres, de Whitehall à Trafalgar Square et aux alentours, un mardi ouvré. «Nous sommes satisfaits des chiffres ici aujourd'hui.

Dan Jones, un 'baby-sitter' du groupe Blimp Blimp, a ajouté: 'Nous ne sommes pas étrangers à la pluie au Royaume-Uni, mais c'est quand même quelque chose de spécial quand des dizaines de milliers de personnes descendent dans la rue par une journée de travail pluvieuse. C'est un rejet de la politique de Trump aussi fort que vous pourriez le demander.

M. Trump a eu la chance de voir le fameux dirigeable de 20 pieds Trump Baby sur la place du Parlement alors que les manifestants se dirigeaient de Trafalgar Square vers le Parlement.

Les manifestants ont hurlé de larmes alors que le président passait le dirigeable dans sa limousine "The Beast", accompagnée de son cortège important sur le chemin menant à la rencontre de la première ministre Theresa May à Downing Street.

Un peu plus tôt, les organisateurs portant des combinaisons et des chapeaux rouges portant la mention «Trump Babysitters» ont lancé le dirigeable gonflable orange pour bébé sous les applaudissements des spectateurs. Quelque 3 182 officiers ont été déployés pour contrôler la visite aujourd'hui.

Les manifestants des groupes Stand Up To Trump et Stop Trump se sont rassemblés pour un rassemblement comprenant également un discours du chef du parti travailliste Jeremy Corbyn, qui a snobé le banquet d'État au palais de Buckingham.

Le maire Sadiq Khan a laissé la coalition de militants et de militants de la gauche dure émousser M. Trump avec un robot tweeting de 16 pieds sur des toilettes dorées et un dirigeable bébé de 20 pieds, apparu également lors de sa précédente visite en juillet 2018.

Les manifestants espèrent pouvoir paralyser des quartiers du centre de Londres après s'être couchés dans des autocars pour amener des milliers de supporters dans la capitale alors qu'ils se dirigeaient de Trafalgar Square à Parliament Square cet après-midi.

Cela fait suite à une manifestation devant le palais de Buckingham qui avait promis de "détruire" un banquet royal organisé pour M. Trump la nuit dernière. C'était un moufle humide qui n'a attiré que 300 partisans qui ont scandé "Donald Trump n'est pas le bienvenu ici".

Cependant, les organisateurs avaient précédemment déclaré que le rassemblement d'aujourd'hui pourrait être «la plus grande manifestation de l'histoire britannique», malgré les manifestations de la guerre en Irak à Londres en février 2003, attirant plus d'un million de personnes.

Des manifestations sont également prévues à Birmingham, Stoke, Sheffield, Glasgow, Édimbourg, Chester, Leicester, Oxford et Exeter – un jour après le déploiement par Amnesty International de cinq banderoles sur le pont de Vauxhall, en vue de l'ambassade américaine.

Des militants du changement climatique, des étudiants, des pacifistes, des membres de syndicats et des familles devraient se rassembler, tandis que les manifestantes incluront Handmaids Against Trump – des femmes qui seront drapées de rouge avec des capuchons blancs en hommage au roman dystopique de Margaret Atwood sur la répression des droits de la reproduction .

Des discussions acharnées ont éclaté entre les partisans pro et anti-Trump sur la place du Parlement après qu'un petit groupe d'hommes et de femmes, plusieurs portant des chapeaux «Make America Great Again», se soient mis à crier «Nous aimons Trump».

Ils ont été confrontés à un autre petit groupe protestant contre la visite du président, dont certains portaient des drapeaux de l'UE. Les partisans de l'UE ont crié: "Vous pouvez bousculer votre Brexit", sous le regard des policiers.

S'exprimant à la Place du Parlement ce matin, Shaista Aziz, de la coalition Stop Trump, a déclaré que la manifestation était "très excitante" et que le dirigeable de Trump avait "capturé l'imagination du monde".

Le groupe a recueilli 30 000 £ avant le départ du dirigeable, car les associations soutiennent les groupes et les minorités concernés par les politiques de M. Trump. "Il est très important que vous puissiez réunir autant d'argent en deux semaines, il y a une volonté de garder cela dans les airs", a déclaré Mme Aziz. "Nous savons que cela va certainement ennuyer Trump."

Des policiers tentent de rétablir l'ordre après la bagarre qui a opposé Donald Trump à Londres aujourd'hui

Des policiers tentent de rétablir l'ordre après la bagarre qui a opposé Donald Trump à Londres aujourd'hui

La limousine du président américain Donald Trump, The Beast (entourée en rouge), passe devant le dirigeable pour bébé sur la place du Parlement aujourd'hui

La limousine du président américain Donald Trump, The Beast (entourée en rouge), passe devant le dirigeable pour bébé sur la place du Parlement aujourd'hui

M. Corbyn est escorté hors de la place du Parlement après avoir prononcé un discours lors de la manifestation à Londres aujourd'hui

M. Corbyn est escorté hors de la place du Parlement après avoir prononcé un discours lors de la manifestation à Londres aujourd'hui

Faible participation: des foules extrêmement minces se sont rassemblées autour du dirigeable de Trump Baby sur la place du Parlement cet après-midi

Faible participation: des foules extrêmement minces se sont rassemblées autour du dirigeable de Trump Baby sur la place du Parlement cet après-midi

Des manifestants socialistes agitent des fusées éclairantes alors qu'ils participent à une manifestation contre le président américain Donald Trump à Londres cet après-midi

Des manifestants socialistes agitent des fusées éclairantes alors qu'ils participent à une manifestation contre le président américain Donald Trump à Londres cet après-midi

Des milliers de manifestants manifestent aujourd'hui leur présence à Trafalgar Square, à Londres, alors qu'ils protestaient contre la visite de M. Trump

Des milliers de manifestants manifestent aujourd'hui leur présence à Trafalgar Square, à Londres, alors qu'ils protestaient contre la visite de M. Trump

Les manifestants se dirigent vers Whitehall depuis Trafalgar Square cet après-midi alors qu'ils protestaient contre la visite d'Etat du président Trump

Les manifestants se dirigent vers Whitehall depuis Trafalgar Square cet après-midi alors qu'ils protestaient contre la visite d'Etat du président Trump

Les manifestants se rassemblent à Trafalgar Square aujourd'hui. Les organisateurs disent que le rassemblement pourrait être "la plus grande manifestation de l'histoire britannique"

Les manifestants se rassemblent à Trafalgar Square aujourd'hui. Les organisateurs disent que le rassemblement pourrait être "la plus grande manifestation de l'histoire britannique"

John McDonnell, chancelier fantôme du mouvement travailliste, se joint à la marche contre la visite du président Trump à Londres cet après-midi

John McDonnell, chancelier fantôme du mouvement travailliste, se joint à la marche contre la visite du président Trump à Londres cet après-midi

Une bannière anti-Trump est vue sur un enfant lors du rassemblement contre le président américain à Londres cet après-midi

Une bannière anti-Trump est vue sur un enfant lors du rassemblement contre le président américain à Londres cet après-midi

She said the president has conducted himself in a 'disgraceful manner' since arriving in London and that 'helps' the protesters' cause. 'It helps us shine a light on the very serious issues around this Trump presidency,' she said.

James O'Brien, of County Mayo, was selling toilet paper with Mr Trump's face on it in Trafalgar Square. 'The only toilet paper in the world that's already got c**p on it', he shouted, as he sold two for £5 out of a trolley. 'It's the most fun you'll ever have on the toilet,' he suggested.

Mr O'Brien said he had carried out the stunt at the previous protests against Mr Trump's visit to the UK.

Asad Rehman, one of the protest organisers from the Stop Trump Coalition, said: 'The whole protest is about the mistake of the Government to roll out the red carpet for Donald Trump.'

Mr Rehman said it is not about the individual but 'the politics he represents', adding: 'It's a fundamental mistake for the Government to normalise that politics.'

He said he expects a 'sizeable' crowd at the central London protest. 'We want to raise the bar and stand up for democracy and human rights,' he added.Mr Rehman said Mr Trump wants pictures of the pomp and ceremony to help him in a presidential re-election campaign in 2020.

Speaking to the crowd on Whitehall, Frances O'Grady, general secretary of the TUC, referred to Mr Trump using the word 'nasty' to describe the Duchess of Sussex. Ms O'Grady said: 'Better to be a nasty woman than a dirty old man.'

Today the police have closed off roads all over Central London again as Trump visits St James' Palace and Downing Street

Today the police have closed off roads all over Central London again as Trump visits St James' Palace and Downing Street

The Stop Trump group posted a map on Facebook showing where the 'self-organised blocs' will gather at Trafalgar Square

The Stop Trump group posted a map on Facebook showing where the 'self-organised blocs' will gather at Trafalgar Square

A graphic details the various components of 'The Beast' which is transporting the President and his family around London

A graphic details the various components of 'The Beast' which is transporting the President and his family around London

Anti-Trump protesters gather next to the Trump Baby blimp after it is inflated at Parliament Square in London this morning

Anti-Trump protesters gather next to the Trump Baby blimp after it is inflated at Parliament Square in London this morning

Labour party leader Mr Corbyn leaves after speaking at the anti-Trump demonstration on Whitehall in London this afternoon

Labour party leader Mr Corbyn leaves after speaking at the anti-Trump demonstration on Whitehall in London this afternoon

Police forces guard the area as people gather in Central London to demonstrate against the state visit of Mr Trump today

Police forces guard the area as people gather in Central London to demonstrate against the state visit of Mr Trump today

People hand out Donald Trump toilet paper in Central London as protesters gather to demonstrate this morning

People hand out Donald Trump toilet paper in Central London as protesters gather to demonstrate this morning

People carruomg Communications Union balloons and banners take part in the anti-Trump protest in Whitehall this afternoon

People carruomg Communications Union balloons and banners take part in the anti-Trump protest in Whitehall this afternoon

A woman holds a placard saying Mr Trump is a 'danger to the world' as the Baby blimp is inflated at Parliament Square today

A woman holds a placard saying Mr Trump is a 'danger to the world' as the Baby blimp is inflated at Parliament Square today

Demonstrators hold placards at Trafalgar Square in London today on the second day of President Trump's state visit to the UK

Demonstrators hold placards at Trafalgar Square in London today on the second day of President Trump's state visit to the UK

Protestors gather at Trafalgar Square in London today around a 16ft robot depitcting Mr Trump tweeting on a gold toilet

Protestors gather at Trafalgar Square in London today around a 16ft robot depitcting Mr Trump tweeting on a gold toilet

Demonstrators carry a figure of Baby Trump in a cage during the anti-Trump protest in London this afternoon

Demonstrators carry a figure of Baby Trump in a cage during the anti-Trump protest in London this afternoon

Protestors gather by the fountains of Trafalgar Square in London today to protest the state visit to the UK by Mr Trump

Protestors gather by the fountains of Trafalgar Square in London today to protest the state visit to the UK by Mr Trump

Mr Trump had denied calling Meghan 'nasty', despite The Sun newspaper sharing an audio recording of the president's interview with them.

Donald Trump's itinerary in London today

9.10am: Donald Trump leaves US Ambassador's residence of Winfield House in Regent's Park en route to St James's Palace

9.40am: Mr Trump arrives at St James's Palace and participates in a business roundtable

11.10am: Mr Trump and his wife Melania leave St James's Palace en route to 10 Downing Street

11.20am: The Trumps arrive at 10 Downing Street and meet Prime Minister Theresa May, before Mr Trump has an expanded bilateral meeting (11.45am) and working lunch (12.25pm)

1.45pm: Mr Trump has a press conference with Mrs May

2.25pm: The Trumps are given a tour of the Churchill War Rooms

3.20pm: The Trumps leave the Churchill War Rooms en route to Winfield House. They arrive back at Winfield House at 3.50pm

7.45pm: The Trumps meet The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall at Winfield House, before having a pre-reciprocal dinner reception (8.10pm), followed by a 'presentation of guest' (8.20pm), reciprocal dinner (8.35pm) and signing of a guestbook (9.50pm)

Meghan has been a vocal critic of the US president in the past and backed his political rival Hillary Clinton.

Before the 2016 presidential election the duchess, then an actress, suggested she would leave the US if Mr Trump won.

In a recent interview with The Sun newspaper, Mr Trump claimed he was unaware of Meghan's comments and said: 'I didn't know that. Que puis-je dire? I didn't know that she was nasty.'

Some anti-Brexit demonstrators joined onlookers waiting for the Trump blimp to fly.

Clare Barton, 48, a registrar from Fort William in the Scottish Highlands, said she joined the protests because 'Trump very much supports Brexit' and there is an 'an extreme right wing mentality' behind both Trump and Brexit.

'We need to be clear on the message to stop Brexit, stop Farage and Boris Johnson,' said Ms Barton, who was flying Saltire and EU flags.

'He (Trump) is not going to compromise on Brexit and wants trade deals on the NHS, which we hold very dear.'

But Trump supporter Lewis Metcalfe, from Richmond in North Yorkshire, said he took a day off work to travel to London and offer 'a difference of opinion'.

'I'm obviously going to be a minority today. I'm not here to troll, to cause a riot or cause disruption,' said 28-year-old Mr Metcalfe, who was at Parliament Square wearing a 'Make America Great Again' cap.

Demonstrators take part in the anti-Trump protest below Nelson's Column at Trafalgar Square in London this morning

Demonstrators take part in the anti-Trump protest below Nelson's Column at Trafalgar Square in London this morning

Protestors gather at Trafalgar Square in London this morning on the second day of the state visit to the UK by President Trump

Protestors gather at Trafalgar Square in London this morning on the second day of the state visit to the UK by President Trump

(From left) Philip May and Prime Minister Theresa May welcome US President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump to Downing Street today

(From left) Philip May and Prime Minister Theresa May welcome US President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump to Downing Street today

A man dressed in a gorilla costume and Donald Trump mask is stood inside a cage beside the blimp in Parliament Square today, accompanied by a fellow activist in a prison uniform impersonating Boris Johnson. A sign on the cage says 'do not feed the gorilla, he only eats chlorinated chicken', in apparent protest at US government hopes to see UK food standard laws changed in a future trade deal. 'The 'Commander in Chimp' and I are both men of conviction and we look forward to getting a great many convictions in future,' the Boris Johnson impersonator told onlookers

A man dressed in a gorilla costume and Donald Trump mask is stood inside a cage beside the blimp in Parliament Square today, accompanied by a fellow activist in a prison uniform impersonating Boris Johnson. A sign on the cage says 'do not feed the gorilla, he only eats chlorinated chicken', in apparent protest at US government hopes to see UK food standard laws changed in a future trade deal. 'The 'Commander in Chimp' and I are both men of conviction and we look forward to getting a great many convictions in future,' the Boris Johnson impersonator told onlookers

Members of the Baby Trump blimp team set up the inflatable balloon at Parliament Square in London this morning

A woman takes a selfie as the Trump Baby blimp is inflated today

Members of the Baby Trump blimp team set up the inflatable balloon at Parliament Square as a woman takes a selfie today

Protestors gather at Trafalgar Square today ahead of a march to Parliament Square expected to attract 250,000 people

Protestors gather at Trafalgar Square today ahead of a march to Parliament Square expected to attract 250,000 people

Demonstrators wear US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Theresa May masks at the protest in London today

Demonstrators wear US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Theresa May masks at the protest in London today

Protestors gather in Trafalgar Square in London today on the second day of the state visit to the UK by President Trump

Protestors gather in Trafalgar Square in London today on the second day of the state visit to the UK by President Trump

The Baby Trump blimp is set up by a team member at Parliament Square today

A woman posing as statue of liberty stands next to the blimp

The Baby Trump blimp is set up by a team member at Parliament Square today on the second day of Mr Trump's state visit

A 16ft talking robot of US President Donald Trump sitting on a gold toilet at Trafalgar Square in London this morning

A 16ft talking robot of US President Donald Trump sitting on a gold toilet at Trafalgar Square in London this morning

Demonstrators put the finishing touches to a 16ft talking robot of Mr Trump on a gold toilet in Trafalgar Square today

Demonstrators put the finishing touches to a 16ft talking robot of Mr Trump on a gold toilet in Trafalgar Square today

'I don't agree with all his policies. He's not the greatest president in the world but he does get things done.

'I think it (the protest) is a little bit hypocritical because you get hundreds of thousands of people for Donald Trump today and yet we had minuscule, maybe hundreds of people, for Xi Jinping and Mohammed Bin Salman.'

Donald Trump is a 'sexual predator' and a racist who does not deserve a visit, says Emily Thornberry

Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry, pictured last month

Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry, pictured last month

Emily Thornberry escalated the war of words between the Labour Party and Donald Trump today as she labelled the US President a 'sexual predator'.

The Shadow Foreign Secretary claimed Mr Trump is a racist who does not deserve the honour of a state visit hosted by the Queen.

Ms Thornberry told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that the leader of Britain's most important ally should be stood up to 'the way you deal with a bully' because 'if you bow down in front of them you just get kicked harder.'

She said: 'A state visit is an honour and we don't think this president deserves an honour.

'The truth is he has tried to close borders with Muslim-majority countries, he is caging small Mexican children, he has grabbed women and boasted about it.

'He is a sexual predator, he is a racist and it's right to say that – we need to think about when is it our country got so scared?'

She also defended Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn from accusations of hypocrisy for attending a state banquet for the Chinese president but snubbing the banquet for Mr Trump last night.

She said: 'When you have a close friend and they're going wrong, you are more likely to be adamant with them and clearer with them than someone who has not been as close a friend and someone you are trying to build a relationship up with.'

A team of organisers wearing red jumpsuits and hats marked 'Trump Babysitters' prepared the site at Parliament Square today as camera crews from media outlets watched on.

The square is a stone's throw from the Houses of Parliament, where nearby roads are sealed off and police stood guard in anticipation of large protests.

The 16ft talking robot of Mr Trump sitting on a gold toilet attracted onlookers in Trafalgar Square.

Don Lessem travelled from Philadelphia in the US with the robot which says the phrases 'No collusion', 'You are fake news' and 'I'm a very stable genius' – the audio of which is Mr Trump's own voice.

The robot also makes a farting sound, and Mr Lessem said: 'The fart we couldn't get from him (Trump) so we had to use a generic fart.'

He said he had the robot made in China and it is making its debut outing.

Mr Lessem said of Mr Trump: 'Well he's a disgrace. I want people to realise that this doesn't represent America. Humour is my weapon. He's a would-be dictator.'

Mr Lessem said Mr Trump loves pomp and ceremony 'because he's an egomaniac'.

Scotland Yard has put areas surrounding Buckingham Palace and Downing Street on 'lockdown' – with 10,000 officers deployed in a £25million security operation – and has asked for reinforcements from other forces for the three-day visit.

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick last night said her officers will be 'firm' with those who break the law after a climate change protest in London earlier this year got out of control.

Activists have been given permission to protest today in Whitehall, just yards from Downing Street, while Mr Trump and Theresa May hold meetings with officials.

They will chant 'Donald Trump's not welcome here', to a cacophony of noise from drums, gongs and whistles.  Organisers plan to erect a stage in the street where various anti-Trump speakers will address the crowds.

As well as Mr Corbyn, the rally will be attended by a string of Labour shadow ministers, including Emily Thornberry, Diane Abbott and Dawn Butler.  Mr Corbyn said he will join crowds to 'stand in solidarity with those he's attacked in America, around the world and in our own country'.

Ms Thornberry claimed Mr Corbyn's attendance at a state banquet for the Chinese president was 'different' from Mr Trump's.

Mayor Sadiq Khan has agreed to let agitators lampoon Mr Trump with the robot on a gold toilet at Trafalgar Square

A 16ft talking robot of US President Donald Trump

Mayor Sadiq Khan has agreed to let agitators lampoon Mr Trump with the robot on a gold toilet at Trafalgar Square

Commuters and tourists take selfies with a 16ft talking robot of US President Donald Trump in Trafalgar Square today

Commuters and tourists take selfies with a 16ft talking robot of US President Donald Trump in Trafalgar Square today

Protesters hand out Donald Trump toilet paper in London as people start to gather to demonstrate against the state visit today

Protesters hand out Donald Trump toilet paper in London as people start to gather to demonstrate against the state visit today

Organisers wearing red jumpsuits and hats marked "Trump Babysitters" prepared the site for the Trump Baby blimp today

The Donald Trump baby blimp will fly over Parliament Square

Organisers wearing red jumpsuits and hats marked 'Trump Babysitters' prepare the site for the Trump Baby blimp today

Police officers stand guard this morning as they wait for US President Donald Trump during his state visit in London

Police officers stand guard this morning as they wait for US President Donald Trump during his state visit in London

Parliament Square is next to the Houses of Parliament, where the Trump Baby blimp is pictured being prepared today

Parliament Square is next to the Houses of Parliament, where the Trump Baby blimp is pictured being prepared today

A demonstrator holds a placard during an anti-Trump protest in London outside the Houses of Parliament this morning

A demonstrator holds a placard during an anti-Trump protest in London outside the Houses of Parliament this morning

A demonstrator blows up a balloon showing the Trump Baby blimp as he takes part in the protest in London this morning

A demonstrator blows up a balloon showing the Trump Baby blimp as he takes part in the protest in London this morning

Protesters hold a miniature version of the Trump Baby blimp along with other banners as they protest his visit in London today

Protesters hold a miniature version of the Trump Baby blimp along with other banners as they protest his visit in London today

A member of the Baby Trump blimp team wearing a 'Trump Babysitter' jacket waits for it to be inflated in London this morning

A member of the Baby Trump blimp team wearing a 'Trump Babysitter' jacket waits for it to be inflated in London this morning

A pro-Trump activist poses with the flag of Israel in front of the Donald Trump robot at Trafalgar Square in London today

A pro-Trump activist poses with the flag of Israel in front of the Donald Trump robot at Trafalgar Square in London today

A protester holds up a placard in Parliament Square in London this morning, trying to instead focus attention on Syria

A protester holds up a placard in Parliament Square in London this morning, trying to instead focus attention on Syria

She said: 'When you have a close friend and they're going wrong, you are more likely to be adamant with them and clearer with them than someone who has not been as close a friend and someone you are trying to build a relationship up with.'

My Holocaust survivor mother inspired me to make the Trump toilet statue, says US protester

Don Lessen with his statue of Mr Trump sat on a gold throne

Don Lessen with his statue of Mr Trump sat on a gold throne

An American protester told how his Holocaust survivor mother inspired him to spend two months building and shipping a Donald Trump sculpture of the US president sitting on a gold toilet.

Don Lessen's statue of Mr Trump sat on his gold throne greeted laughing protestors gathered in Trafalgar Square today.

Mr Lessen, 67, from Philadelphia, told MailOnline: 'My mother Gertrude is a holocaust survivor who just turned 100. She told me Trump's behaviour was how Hitler started.

'So when Trump started caging children with no compassion, that's when I decided to make a Trump sculpture. It's taken two months to build and ship here from China to be here today.

'It makes statements like, 'you are fake news', 'I'm a very stable genius' and it even makes fart noises. I made (him at) home sitting on the loo because that's all he does all day.'

The Labour MP said Mr Trump needed to be stood up to 'like the way you deal with a bully' because 'if you bow down in front of them you just get kicked harder'.

TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady and Mark Serwotka, head of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS), will also speak to those gathered.

Today, demonstrators will be blocked from walking the entire length of Whitehall for security reasons.

It means they will have to walk a circuitous route via Embankment if they want to reach Parliament Square, where a 20ft blimp depicting the President as an angry baby will be flown.

Organisers have been given permission to fly it by the London Mayor's office and the Metropolitan Police.

A 16ft talking robot depicting Mr Trump sitting on a gold toilet, which has been shipped in from China, is also expected to make an appearance.

There will also be 'milkshaking', during which protesters will bombard figures of Mr Trump, Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson with milkshakes.

Organiser Shabbir Lakha said: 'We would like this to be the biggest demonstration in British history.'

Mr Lakha added that the plan was to fill Trafalgar Square, Whitehall and Embankment – 'effectively surrounding' the areas where Mr Trump will be visiting.

'We are going to be assembling in Trafalgar Square and will march down Whitehall, with a rally at the Monument to the Women of World War II next to the Cenotaph, which should be at the same time Donald Trump is in Downing Street.'

Among those taking part will be environmental activists, anti-racism campaigners and women's rights protesters.

Hundreds of teenagers involved in the recent youth strikes against climate change are also expected to attend.

The blimp depicting a cartoon baby Donald Trump flew in London during the president's last visit (pictured, in July 2018)

The blimp depicting a cartoon baby Donald Trump flew in London during the president's last visit (pictured, in July 2018)

Mr Trump's three-day state visit to Britain began with a row between him and London's Labour mayor Sadiq Khan (pictured)

Mr Trump's three-day state visit to Britain began with a row between him and London's Labour mayor Sadiq Khan (pictured)

Anti-Trump protesters gathered outside Buckingham Palace last night but only around 300 people turned up

Anti-Trump protesters gathered outside Buckingham Palace last night but only around 300 people turned up

Mr Trump appeared unconcerned by the protest plans, writing on Twitter last night: 'The relationship with the United Kingdom is very strong.

'Tremendous crowds of well-wishers and people that love our country. Haven't seen any protests yet, but I'm sure the Fake News will be working hard to find them.'

Miss Dick said police were expecting fewer protesters than took to the streets for Mr Trump's visit to Britain last year, when the figure was put at close to 250,000.

She added: 'We will be pretty firm if protesters are intending to try to protest in a way which is unlawful, and very, very firm if anybody wants to do anything which might in any way endanger security.

'We take our role really seriously – on the one hand to keep safe the visiting head of state and their entourage and everybody connected with it, and of course our own Royal Family, and on the other hand in a liberal democracy like ours to ensure that if people wish to protest lawfully they can do so without crime, and do so safely.'

John Apter, chairman of the Police Federation, said: 'There are not enough officers to meet the day-to-day pressures on policing, so this on top is a huge ask.'

Also today, Mr Trump backed Brexit and promised Britain a 'phenomenal trade deal' after it leaves the EU in a joint press conference with Theresa May this afternoon.

Mr Trump used his address at the Foreign Office to pay tribute to Mrs May and said the Prime Minister 'loves her country dearly' and promised that the bond between their countries is unbreakable because it is 'the greatest alliance the world has ever known'.

When asked about Brexit the President said: 'I think it will happen and it should happen. This is a great, great country and it wants its own identity', adding leaving the EU 'would be a good thing for this country'.

He said Mrs May's deal with the EU – which MPs rejected three times this year – is still 'teed up' to take Britain out of the bloc and looking at Mrs May on the opposite podium he said: 'Perhaps you won't be given the credit you deserve if they do something, but I think you deserve a lot of credit – I really do'.

The President also promised Britain a 'phenomenal' trade deal following Brexit – hours after he urged the outgoing Prime Minister to 'stick around' and do a 'substantial' sign it with him.

He said: 'Our nations have more than 1 trillion dollars invested in each other's economies. As the UK makes preparations to exit the EU the US is committed to a phenomenal trade deal between the US and the UK. There is tremendous potential in that trade deal, I say probably two and even three times what we're doing right now.'

Donald Trump and Theresa May smile and shake hands as they take part in a joint press conference at the Foreign Office today

Donald Trump and Theresa May smile and shake hands as they take part in a joint press conference at the Foreign Office today

Mr Trump used his speech to promise Britain a 'phenomenal' trade deal following Brexit saying he believes Britain will leave the EU

Mr Trump used his speech to promise Britain a 'phenomenal' trade deal following Brexit saying he believes Britain will leave the EU

The US President laughed as he said that he would have sued the EU - but added that Mrs May was 'probably a better negotiator'

The US President laughed as he said that he would have sued the EU – but added that Mrs May was 'probably a better negotiator'

Mr Trump said the Prime Minister was a person 'who loves her country dearly' and had done a good job with negotiating with the EU

Mr Trump said the Prime Minister was a person 'who loves her country dearly' and had done a good job with negotiating with the EU

Mr Trump also praised the strength of their Special Relationship since both leaders took power in 2016 and said: 'It has been a great honour working with you. Thank you for your partnership. This is the greatest alliance the world has ever known'.

Outside the 250,000 protesters who promised to 'wreck' the second day of his state visit had failed to turn up – with only a few tens of thousands gathering for their anti-Trump 'carnival of resistance' in Trafalgar Square with the President calling the predictions of huge crowds 'fake news'.

He said: 'Coming over today there were thousands of people cheering. Then I heard there were protests, I said 'Where are the protests? I don't see any protests'. I did see a small protest today when I came – very small – so a lot of it is fake news I hate to say'.

After talks in Downing Street on Brexit, Iran, Huawei and climate change, Mr Trump used the press conference to thank the Queen and the Prime Minister for welcoming him and Melania to Britain for setting up the state visit – only the third offered to a US President – calling Her Majesty 'a fantastic woman' and Mrs May 'a tremendous professional'.

Speaking in London today the President revealed:

  • Britain will leave the EU 'soon' calling Brexit 'good for the country' because the UK wants its 'own identity';
  • The $1trillion dollar in annual trade between the US and America could be doubled or trebled with a 'phenomenal  new trade deal' signed when the UK cuts ties with Brussels;
  • President Trump said US access to the NHS should 'not be off the table' post-Brexit and nor should 'anything else'
  • Trump revealed 'absolute' agreement on Huawei between him and Mrs May after he warned the UK not to give the Chinese access to Britain's 5G network;
  • He rejected an invitation from Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to meet this week and said he and London Mayor Sadiq Khan are 'negative forces'  who are 'damaging the UK' and 'shouldn't be criticising' a President;
  • Leader of the free world praised 'great guy' Boris Johnson and will meet Michael Gove layer today;

Mr Trump's second day of his state visit went from the pomp of a royal reception and state banquet at Buckingham Palace to politics with meetings at Downing Street and St James' Palace.

The joint press conference was held at Britain's Foreign Office on Whitehall after talks between the two leaders in No 10

The joint press conference was held at Britain's Foreign Office on Whitehall after talks between the two leaders in No 10

There was a moment of humour at the end of their joint press conference when Mrs May was asked whether she should have taken the President's advice on Brexit.

Mrs May said: 'It will be for whoever succeeds me to take this issue forward.

'I seem to remember the president suggest I sued the European Union, which we didn't do. We went into negotiations and came out with a good deal.'

Mr Trump responded: 'I would have sued and settled, maybe, but you never know.

'She's probably a better negotiator that I am.

'She has got it, in a sense – that deal is teed up, I think they have to do something.

'Perhaps you won't be given the credit you deserve if they do something, but I think you deserve a lot of credit – I really do.'

Asked if the US could impose limits on intelligence sharing if the UK used Huawei infrastructure, Mr Trump said: 'No, because we're gonna have absolutely an agreement on Huawei and everything else. We have an incredible intelligence relationship and we will be able to work out any differences.

'We did discuss it – I see absolutely no limitations, we've never had limitations. This is a truly great ally and partner and we'll have no problem with that.'

President Trump said the NHS would be on the table during negotiations on a post-Brexit trade deal with the US.

He said: 'I think everything with a trade deal is on the table.

'When you're dealing in trade everything is on the table so NHS or anything else, a lot more than that, but everything will be on the table, absolutely.'

Prime Minister Theresa May then added: 'But the point in making trade deals is of course that both sides negotiate and come to an agreement about what should or should not be in that trade deal for the future.'

No official photographer was allowed on Mr Trump's private tour of Churchill's War Rooms, which spread out under Whitehall to prevent German bombs damaging Britain's greatest PM. But the President's son Donald Jr shared this image of his father with Churchill's bed on Instagram

No official photographer was allowed on Mr Trump's private tour of Churchill's War Rooms, which spread out under Whitehall to prevent German bombs damaging Britain's greatest PM. But the President's son Donald Jr shared this image of his father with Churchill's bed on Instagram

Tiffany, Ivanka, Donald Jr, Eric and his wife Lara posed in front of Churchill's desk. Mr Trump's 13-year-old son Barron stayed at home

Tiffany, Ivanka, Donald Jr, Eric and his wife Lara posed in front of Churchill's desk. Mr Trump's 13-year-old son Barron stayed at home

Mr Trump listens to a guide next to Mr Churchill's world map as Mrs May, Melania Trump and Philip May (left to right) look at the WW2 artefact

Mr Trump listens to a guide next to Mr Churchill's world map as Mrs May, Melania Trump and Philip May (left to right) look at the WW2 artefact

Trump: I refused a request from Corbyn to meet because he is a 'negative force'

US President Donald Trump turned down an invitation to meet Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn (pictured today) because he is 'somewhat of a negative force'.

Mr Corbyn snubbed the state banquet hosted by the Queen in honour of the president on Monday and also spoke at an anti-Trump rally in Parliament Square as the US leader met the Prime Minister in Downing Street.

But the Labour leader had offered a meeting outside the official engagements of the state visit, the president revealed.

Mr Trump said he did 'not know him, never met him, never spoke to him' but turned down the meeting because he said Mr Corbyn was 'somewhat of a negative force'.

He said: 'He wanted to meet today or tomorrow and I decided I would not do that.

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

'I think the people should look to do things correctly as opposed to criticise.

'I really don't like critics as much as I like and respect people who get things done – so I decided not to meet.'

A Labour spokesman confirmed Mr Corbyn had offered to meet.

He said: 'Jeremy Corbyn proposed a meeting with Donald Trump during the president's visit.

'Jeremy is ready to engage with the president on a range of issues, including the climate emergency, threats to peace and the refugee crisis.'

Health Secretary and Tory leadership hopeful Matt Hancock responded: 'Dear Mr President. The NHS isn't on the table in trade talks – and never will be. Not on my watch'.

The Prime Minister opened the Foreign Office event with a tribute to those who gave their lives on D-Day in 1944 and praised the 'unity' of the US and Britain saying the bond will 'continue for the next 75 years and beyond'.

Calling him Donald throughout her speech, Mrs May thanked him for supporting Britain after the Skripal poisoning in Salisbury last year by expelling Russian diplomats in the aftermath.

She said: 'As with our predecessors when we have faced threats to our security of our citizens and our allies we have stood together and acted together.

'When Russia used a deadly nerve agent on the streets of our country, alongside the UK's expulsions the president expelled 60 Russian intelligence officers, the largest contribution towards an unprecedented global response.'

She paid tribute to the 'extraordinary courage and sacrifice' of those fighting on D-Day at a press conference with President Donald Trump.

Speaking from the Foreign Office on Whitehall, she said: 'As leaders prepare to gather here from across the world it's fitting we begin with a celebration of the special relationship between the UK and US. Enduring partners who stood side by side on that historic day and every day since.'

Mrs May said she had always spoken 'openly' with Mr Trump on issues over which they disagree, as had the president with her.

'I've always believed that cooperation and compromise are the basis of strong alliances and nowhere is this more true than in the special relationship.'

She said the pair had discussed issues including Iran, tackling climate change and China.

She said they recognised China's 'economic significance and that we cannot ignore action that threatens our shared interests or values'.

The Trumps were in Downing Street this afternoon with Theresa May and her husband Philip on the second day of their whirlwind state visit to the UK.

The President yelled a loud 'hi' as he greeted the Prime Minister outside No 10 and the pair laughed together on the red carpet after an awkward moment where they failed to shake hands when Mrs Trump and Mr May accidentally blocked their path.

Mrs May and Mr Trump were followed from No 10 by their spouses Philip May and Melania Trump after two hours of talks

Mrs May and Mr Trump were followed from No 10 by their spouses Philip May and Melania Trump after two hours of talks

Mr Trump waves to reporters as accompanies Mrs May out of Downing Street this afternoon having discussed Iran, climate change and other major issues

Mr Trump waves to reporters as accompanies Mrs May out of Downing Street this afternoon having discussed Iran, climate change and other major issues

Mr Trump walks through a packed Downing Street followed by his wife Melania and Mrs May's husband Philip

Mr Trump walks through a packed Downing Street followed by his wife Melania and Mrs May's husband Philip

The couples walked out of Downing Street via a rear exit and on to the Foreign Office for their joint press conference

The couples walked out of Downing Street via a rear exit and on to the Foreign Office for their joint press conference

Mr Trump spoke about Brexit, the Prime Minister's future, his relationship with the Queen and attacked Jeremy Corbyn and Sadiq Khan

Mr Trump spoke about Brexit, the Prime Minister's future, his relationship with the Queen and attacked Jeremy Corbyn and Sadiq Khan

As Trump was about to give his press conference Jeremy Corbyn spoke at an anti-Trump protest (pictured arriving with Diane Abbott) yards from Downing Street where he accused the President of 'creating a sense of hate' and fostering racism

As Trump was about to give his press conference Jeremy Corbyn spoke at an anti-Trump protest (pictured arriving with Diane Abbott) yards from Downing Street where he accused the President of 'creating a sense of hate' and fostering racism

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, who boycotted the state banquet thrown for Mr Trump by the Queen last night, delivered a firebrand speech to protesters obliquely accusing the President of 'creating a sense of hate' and fostering racism.

Speaking to demonstrators on Whitehall, Mr Corbyn continued: 'But I am very disappointed, particularly today on the wonderful festival of Eid, that our mayor of London Sadiq Khan has been attacked in the way that he has.

Trump gives a personalised Air Force One jacket to Prince Philip and the Queen gets a wooden jewellery box

The Duke of Edinburgh now has his own personalised Air Force One jacket thanks to US President Donald Trump, while the Queen has a Tiffany silver and silk poppy brooch.

Philip, who did not take part in the official engagements as part of the US state visit on Monday, was brought the present by the American leader and First Lady Melania Trump.

A personalised Air Force One jacket – worn over the years by many a president – is usually navy, features the presidential seal, with the embroidered words Air Force One in white on one side of the chest, and the wearer's name in italics on the other.

Philip, who has retired from public duties and spends much of his time at Wood Farm on the Sandringham estate, did not meet the Trumps at Buckingham Palace behind the scenes.

The Queen's gift, which formed part of the traditional exchange of presents between heads of state, came in a custom White House wood jewellery box in red leather box, Mrs Trump's office said.

'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 because racism divides.

'Exploitation of minorities divides, exploitation of minorities brings about hatred, dislike, disdain, and a horrible place for individuals to live in.'

Addressing the crowd on Whitehall, Jeremy Corbyn thanked everyone for being there, adding: 'Look around this crowd. Look at each other. We are young, we are old, we are black, we are white, we are disabled, we're LGBT.

'We're the whole wonderful mosaic of diversity and inclusion that we represent on this demonstration here today.

'We are the living embodiment of what a democratic society is about, where people come together not to exploit their differences but to share the joy of learning something from each other and from each other's experiences, that others may not go through the hardship that so many have gone through to bring about some of the social changes we've achieved.'

Yards away in Downing Street the PM and President, along with their spouses, viewed the Sussex Declaration – a rare copy of the American Declaration of Independence on sheepskin parchment dating back to the 1780s. Philip and Melania then met British and American children at a party thrown for them in No 10's garden.

Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner were also invited to No 10 talks hours after her father urged the outgoing Prime Minister to 'stick around' and do a 'substantial' post-Brexit trade deal with him.

He is also expected to demand Mrs May refuses to allow Huawei to help build Britain's 5G network or risk intelligence-sharing between the two powers and also urge her to take a harder line on Iran.

The President, who has criticised Mrs May for not pursuing No Deal or taking his advice to sue the EU, had earlier hinted that trade deal negotiations between the two nations could come to a climax within a 'few weeks'.

Addressing Mrs May at a breakfast meeting at St James' Palace this morning the leader of the free world said: 'I don't know exactly what your timing is but stick around, let's do this deal, ok?'.

The Trumps and the Mays all smile as the President yells to reporters in Downing Street on day 2 of his state visit to Britain

The Trumps and the Mays all smile as the President yells to reporters in Downing Street on day 2 of his state visit to Britain

First Lady Melania and Philip May speak to children at a  garden party thrown for them in Downing Street today

First Lady Melania and Philip May speak to children at a  garden party thrown for them in Downing Street today

Mr Trump says a loud 'hi' to the outgoing Prime Minister and her husband just days before she is set to quit as Tory leader but remain in No 10 as a caretaker PM

Mr Trump says a loud 'hi' to the outgoing Prime Minister and her husband just days before she is set to quit as Tory leader but remain in No 10 as a caretaker PM

Donald Trump chats to Theresa May and her husband Philip with his wife Melania as No 10 rolled out the red carpet for the couple

Donald Trump chats to Theresa May and her husband Philip with his wife Melania as No 10 rolled out the red carpet for the couple

Mr Trump will hold talks with the PM and has suggested that a 'substantial' trade deal between the two countries is close

Mr Trump will hold talks with the PM and has suggested that a 'substantial' trade deal between the two countries is close

Mr Trump guides Mrs May towards the famous black door of No 10 ahead of a working lunch, more talks and a joint press conference

Mr Trump guides Mrs May towards the famous black door of No 10 ahead of a working lunch, more talks and a joint press conference

US President Donald Trump and his wife Melania at Downing Street where Prime Minister Theresa May and husband Philip greet them on the steps of No 10 - but the PM and President failed to shake hands after a mix up

US President Donald Trump and his wife Melania at Downing Street where Prime Minister Theresa May and husband Philip greet them on the steps of No 10 – but the PM and President failed to shake hands after a mix up

Mrs May laughs as she shows Donald Trump, US First Lady Melania Trump and Philip May a 1780 copy of the American Declaration of Independence kept in 10 Downing Street

Mrs May laughs as she shows Donald Trump, US First Lady Melania Trump and Philip May a 1780 copy of the American Declaration of Independence kept in 10 Downing Street

As Mr Trump was inside Downing Street - No 10's pet cat Larry takes shelter from the rain underneath The Beast

As Mr Trump was inside Downing Street – No 10's pet cat Larry takes shelter from the rain underneath The Beast

Ivanka Trump and Woody Johnson US ambassador to the UK enter Downing Street following the arrival of US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump,

Big hitters at the St James Palace breakfast on the US side around Mr Trump (left) included John Bolton, Ivanka Trump, Mike Pompeo, Woody Johnson and Treasury chief Steven Terner Mnuchin.  On the British side there was Britain's top civil servant Mark Sedwell (far right), Trade Secretary Liam Fox (next to him) and Chancellor Philip Hammond towards the far end of the table

Big hitters at the St James Palace breakfast on the US side around Mr Trump (left) included John Bolton, Ivanka Trump, Mike Pompeo, Woody Johnson and Treasury chief Steven Terner Mnuchin.  On the British side there was Britain's top civil servant Mark Sedwell (far right), Trade Secretary Liam Fox (next to him) and Chancellor Philip Hammond towards the far end of the table

First Lady Melania Trump and the Prime Minister's husband Philip May have attended an Anglo-American themed garden party at Number 10.

The pair met children of US embassy and Downing Street staff in the garden, and Mrs Trump hugged a girl who presented her with a bouquet of flowers.

Donald Trump and Theresa May had lunch with their delegations inside Number 10 while the party was under way.

The PM will quit as Tory leader on Friday for failing to deliver Brexit with Mr Trump's 'good friend' Boris Johnson, the favourite to take over. The pair enjoyed a 'friendly and productive' 20-minute phone call after the former foreign secretary turned down the offer of a face-to-face meeting. His rival Michael Gove will meet the President later today.

Trump's hot-button issues as he spends three days in Britain

Donald Trump called on Britain to leave the European Union without a deal if Brussels refuses to meet its demands, as he urged the Government to send Nigel Farage into the negotiations.

In an interview before he flew to Britain, the US President said the UK should quit the EU without an agreement if Brussels refused to meet its demands.

He said Britain had to 'get the deal closed' and leave, and even suggested leaving without paying the £39billion divorce bill.

'If they don't get what they want, I would walk away,' he told the Sunday Times. 'If I were them I wouldn't pay $50billion.'

Donald Trump threw a hand grenade into the Tory leadership race by heaping praise on Boris Johnson.

The US president said he liked the former Foreign Secretary and thought he would do 'a very good job' as Prime Minister.

Although the comments fall short of an official endorsement, it sparked a huge row on the eve of Mr Trump's state visit to the UK.

Asked about Mr Johnson and the Tory leadership race, the President said: 'It's something that I find very interesting.

'I actually have studied it very hard. I know the different players. But I think Boris would do a very good job. I think he would be excellent.'

He added: 'I like him. I have always liked him. I don't know that he is going to be chosen, but I think he is a very good guy, a very talented person. He has been very positive about me and our country.'

Mr Trump warned Theresa May not to let Chinese mobile giant Huawei have any role in Britain's 5G network in an interview published hours before arriving in the UK.

Mr Trump said: 'We work very closely with your country and so you have to be very careful.'

The President will ban Huawei from America's next mobile network and is urging allies to do the same.

Donald Trump mocked London Mayor Sadiq Khan for being a 'stone cold loser' as the US President arrived in Britain for his three-day state visit.

In return the mayor's office immediately fired back, saying Mr Trump was offering 'childish insults which should be beneath the President of the United States'.

Mr Trump said Mr Khan had done a 'terrible job', hitting back after the mayor compared the language used by him to that of 'fascists of the 20th century'.

A war of words has erupted over the past 24 hours after Mr Khan described Mr Trump as 'just one of the most egregious examples of a growing global threat'.

The US President and Mr Khan have repeatedly clashed in recent years, including Mr Trump criticising the mayor's response to the 2017 London Bridge terror attack.

Despite the tensions between May and Trump in recent years, the President told her: 'I very much appreciate the relationship we have had. It's been outstanding and I guess some people know that and some people don't but you and I know it's been a really very good relationship'.

Hinting that trade talks are going well for when Britain quits the EU Mr Trump said: 'I think there is an opportunity to greatly enlarge that especially in light of what is happening [Brexit]. Make it much bigger. So we're going to be working on that today, maybe tomorrow and the next few weeks but I think we're going to have a very substantial trade deal'.

He added: 'It'll be a fair deal. This is something our folks want to do, your folks want to do and what we want to do and we're going to get it done'.

Up to 250,000 anti-Trump protesters will be out in force today after organising a 'carnival of resistance' including a speech from Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, who snubbed last night's state banquet. There will then be a march from Trafalgar Square to Parliament Square this afternoon.

Donald Trump's motorcade passed Parliament Square, where the 'Baby Trump' blimp is flying, as it headed on to Whitehall.

The entire stretch of road towards Number 10 was completely sealed off by dozens off police officers, including several on horseback.

Scores of metal gates have also been set out along Whitehall and police said they would prevent anybody passing until further notice.

A police helicopter also circled overhead as a small crowd, mostly tourists, strained to catch a glimpse of the president.

Some protests shouted expletives as his vehicle passed.

The President went to Downing Street as his three-day trip became political having also already made his views clear on Brexit and the Conservative leadership battle as he crossed the Atlantic.

After Mr Trump and his wife Melania spent the night at the US Ambassador's Regent's Park mansion Winfield House following last night's Buckingham Palace state banquet, the couple this morning boarded his Marine One helicopter and headed for Westminster.

When asked about his trip so far the President replied: 'I very much appreciate the relationship we've had – it's very outstanding'.

Mr Trump, his daughter Ivanka and other US officials had a breakfast meeting with British business and political leaders including Mrs May at St James' Palace – yards from Buckingham Palace where the Queen threw a glittering state banquet in his honour last night.

Marine One set down in the grounds of Her Majesty's London home this morning and they were swept down The Mall in his bomb-proof 'Beast' limousine at the centre of a speeding ten-strong motorcade shipped in from the US.

Mr Trump has said he believes Britain can have a 'very very substantial trade deal' with the United States after it leaves the EU.

The gathering attended by the Duke of York and senior ministers and officials brought together senior representatives of five US and five British firms.

Mr Trump said the the US was already the UK's largest trading partner and that he believed there was scope for further expansion.

I think we will have a very, very substantial trade deal. This is something you want to do and my folks want to do,' he said, adding to Mrs May: 'Stick around. Let's do this deal.'

Melania looked delighted to see the American and British children who came to meet her and Mr May

Melania looked delighted to see the American and British children who came to meet her and Mr May

The youngsters waved British and American flags as the spouses of the two world leaders came to say hello to them

The youngsters waved British and American flags as the spouses of the two world leaders came to say hello to them

Melania is accompanying her husband as the state visit turned from pomp and ceremony to politics and business

Melania is accompanying her husband as the state visit turned from pomp and ceremony to politics and business

Mr May and Mrs May smile and pose with their young guests who are the children of staff at No 10 and at the US Embassy

Mr May and Mrs May smile and pose with their young guests who are the children of staff at No 10 and at the US Embassy

Donald Trump looks serious as he views a copy of the a rare copy of the American Declaration of Independence on sheepskin parchment dating back to the 1780s

Donald Trump looks serious as he views a copy of the a rare copy of the American Declaration of Independence on sheepskin parchment dating back to the 1780s

Theresa May talks across Mr Trump, who looks deep in thought, on the second day of his very busy state visit

Theresa May talks across Mr Trump, who looks deep in thought, on the second day of his very busy state visit

Prime Minister Theresa May with US President Donald Trump in Downing Street today on Day 2 of the state visit

Prime Minister Theresa May with US President Donald Trump in Downing Street today on Day 2 of the state visit

A happy-looking Theresa May laughs and talks to the President as she welcomed him to her London home for talks today

A happy-looking Theresa May laughs and talks to the President as she welcomed him to her London home for talks today

The extraordinary scene in Downing Street today as Trump and May pose on Downing Street's red carpet this afternoon

The extraordinary scene in Downing Street today as Trump and May pose on Downing Street's red carpet this afternoon

The two world leaders have not always seen eye to eye but were in high spirits as Trump is clearly enjoying his three-day trip

The two world leaders have not always seen eye to eye but were in high spirits as Trump is clearly enjoying his three-day trip

The Trumps and Mays stood on the steps for some time posing for the world's media sat outside No 10 Downing Street today

The Trumps and Mays stood on the steps for some time posing for the world's media sat outside No 10 Downing Street today

Theresa May and Donald Trump looked down Downing Street towards Whitehall but Melania stares straight ahead

Theresa May and Donald Trump looked down Downing Street towards Whitehall but Melania stares straight ahead

Mr Tump chose to tell the trio with him a story - perhaps about passing his baby blimp - ahead of talks inside No 10

Mr Tump chose to tell the trio with him a story – perhaps about passing his baby blimp – ahead of talks inside No 10

The President and his First Lady held hands as they walked down Downing Street

The President and his First Lady held hands as they walked down Downing Street

The President and his First Lady held hands as they walked down Downing Street to see the Prime Minister

Mr Trump was taken between St James' Palace and Downing Street in his bomb-proof limousine, The Beast

Mr Trump was taken between St James' Palace and Downing Street in his bomb-proof limousine, The Beast

Melania has her door opened by a US secret service official as they arrive in Downing Street today

Melania has her door opened by a US secret service official as they arrive in Downing Street today

The motorcade with US President Donald Trump's limousine, nicknamed "The Beast" arrives in Downing Street

The motorcade with US President Donald Trump's limousine, nicknamed 'The Beast' arrives in Downing Street

Ivanka Trump arrives at Downing Street

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at Downing Street

Mr Trump's daughter Ivanka and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Downing Street at the same time

Downing Street staff literally rolled out the red carpet for Mr Trump in the minutes before he arrived for talks with the PM

Downing Street staff literally rolled out the red carpet for Mr Trump in the minutes before he arrived for talks with the PM

As the rally kicked off the Trumps went to Downing Street for meetings with Britain's outgoing Prime Minister, with up to 20,000 police flooding the streets, closing off roads and shutting down airspace above.

There will also be a potentially explosive press conference with Mrs May in No 10 and a personal tour of Winston Churchill's War Rooms under Whitehall.

After seeing where Britain's greatest Prime Minister helped lead Britain through the Second World War Mr Trump and First Lady Melania will return to Winfield House, where they will host a special dinner for Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.

Mrs May is braced for Mr Trump to defy protocol by holding talks with Boris Johnson as the US President looks to her potential successors.

The Prime Minister will hold what are expected to be tense talks with him in Downing Street today as his controversial state visit continues.

Last night, No 10 angrily dismissed claims that the US President had cancelled a planned one-to-one meeting with Mrs May following her decision to step down as Tory leader at the end of this week.

But her official spokesman confirmed that Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt – a leading contender to succeed her – would attend her bilateral talks with Mr Trump in Downing Street.

During the talks, the President is expected to try to change Mrs May's mind about allowing the Chinese firm Huawei to have access to the UK's 5G network.

But Mr Trump indicated last night that he was ready to offer the UK a 'big trade deal' once it 'gets rid of the shackles' of the EU. In a message on Twitter, he said the two sides were 'already starting to talk'.

Aides were last night resigned to the possibility that Mr Trump may use his visit to the UK to hold private talks with Mr Johnson and Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage.

At the weekend, Mr Trump said Mr Johnson would do 'a very good job' as prime minister. Downing Street blocked similar talks during Mr Trump's visit to the UK last summer, which came shortly after Mr Johnson quit as foreign secretary.

But a Whitehall source said that, with the starting gun now fired on the race to succeed Mrs May as PM, officials were now more relaxed.

'Last summer it would have been a huge problem if he had met Boris,' said one source. 'Now, it is maybe to be expected.'

Jeremy Corbyn will speak at a mass rally against Donald Trump today amid a war of words with the US President.

The Labour leader last night snubbed a state banquet for Mr Trump and his wife Melania at Buckingham Palace despite having attended a similar event to honour China's communist ruler President Xi.

Instead Mr Corbyn will today address a London demonstration against the presence of the US head of state.

Fellow Labour frontbenchers Diane Abbott and Emily Thornberry are expected to join protesters who will fly an offensive blimp portraying the President as an angry baby in a nappy. Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt accused Mr Corbyn of 'virtue signalling of the worst kind', which he warned could harm the special relationship with the US.

Hundreds of thousands of activists say they are heading to the capital for a rally that will also feature a speech by Jeremy Corbyn, who snubbed last night's state banquet at Buckingham Palace.

Two groups are co-ordinating protests and Mayor Sadiq Khan has let agitators lampoon Mr Trump with a 20ft baby blimp and the other as a robot on a gold toilet.

They have laid on coaches to bring thousands of supporters to the capital, and claim up to 250,000 people will march from Trafalgar Square to Parliament Square.

But a protest outside Buckingham Palace promising to 'wreck' a royal banquet in Mr Trump's honour last night was a damp squib and attracted just 300 supporters.

President Trump smiles at the start of a US/UK business roundtable discussion at St James's Palace at the start of Day 2 of his state visit

President Trump smiles at the start of a US/UK business roundtable discussion at St James's Palace at the start of Day 2 of his state visit

Theresa May praised the relationship between the two countries before Mr Trump urged the PM to 'stick around' and do a trade deal

Theresa May praised the relationship between the two countries before Mr Trump urged the PM to 'stick around' and do a trade deal

Theresa May addressed Mr Trump as he said that he would organise a new trade deal for Britain when it leaves the EU. The event was also attended by Ivanka Trump (bottom left)

Theresa May addressed Mr Trump as he said that he would organise a new trade deal for Britain when it leaves the EU. The event was also attended by Ivanka Trump (bottom left)

Donald Trump's Marine One helicopter carries the President towards central London after a night at Winfield House before he was swept out of Buckingham Palace in his limousine, nicknamed 'The Beast'

Donald Trump's Marine One helicopter carries the President towards central London after a night at Winfield House before he was swept out of Buckingham Palace in his limousine, nicknamed 'The Beast'

Mr Trump's motorcade flies down The Mall towards POTUS' first engagement of the day with business leaders

Labour's shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry claimed Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's attendance at a state banquet for the Chinese president was 'different' from Mr Trump's.

Jeremy Corbyn accuses Donald Trump of 'creating a sense of hate' and defends Sadiq Khan

Jeremy Corbyn this afternoon delivered a firebrand speech to anti-Donald Trump protesters in London – obliquely accusing the President of 'creating a sense of hate' and fostering racism.

The Labour leader did not mention the President by name but played on familiar themes of Mr Trump's critics in a high-energy speech.

In an extraordinary speech for a politician who could one day have to work with Mr Trump, Mr Corbyn sprung to the defence of London Mayor Sadiq Khan and suggested the President had 'created a greater sense of hate and hatred that goes with it'.

He spoke as tens of thousands of protesters failed to turn up to anti-Trump demonstrations today which had been billed as a 'carnival of resistance'.

Demonstrators shouted expletives as the President passed the blimp in his limousine 'The Beast' along with his sizeable motorcade on the way to meet Prime Minister Theresa May at Downing Street.

Organisers wearing red jumpsuits and hats marked 'Trump Babysitters' had earlier launched the orange inflatable Baby blimp to huge cheers from onlookers. Some 3,182 officers have been deployed to police the visit today.

Protesters from the Stand Up To Trump and Stop Trump groups congregated for a rally also featuring a speech by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, who snubbed last night's state banquet at Buckingham Palace.

Mayor Sadiq Khan has let the coalition of hard-Left activists and campaigners lampoon Mr Trump with an 16ft robot tweeting on a gold toilet and a 20ft baby blimp which also appeared during his previous visit in July 2018.

She said: 'When you have a close friend and they're going wrong, you are more likely to be adamant with them and clearer with them than someone who has not been as close a friend and someone you are trying to build a relationship up with.'

The Labour MP said Mr Trump needed to be stood up to 'like the way you deal with a bully' because 'if you bow down in front of them you just get kicked harder'.

Thousands of activists are expected in central London as the US president meets Mrs May, although the policing operation will mean they cannot demonstrate outside the entrance to Downing Street.

But while the PM hosts Mr Trump, opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn will be gearing up to address demonstrators 'in solidarity with those he's attacked in America, around the world and in our own country'.

The Labour leader, who refused an invitation to Monday evening's state banquet, is due to be joined by other political parties including members of the Liberal Democrats and the Green Party.

Across the UK, protests in Birmingham, Stoke, Sheffield, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Chester, Leicester, Oxford and Exeter are also planned.

The US leader said on Monday he had only seen 'tremendous crowds of well wishers' and that he expected 'fake news' would be 'working hard' to find protesters.

The Duke of Edinburgh now has his own personalised Air Force One jacket thanks to US President Donald Trump, while the Queen has a Tiffany silver and silk poppy brooch.

Philip, who did not take part in the official engagements as part of the US state visit on Monday, was brought the present by the American leader and First Lady Melania Trump.

A personalised Air Force One jacket – worn over the years by many a president – is usually navy, features the presidential seal, with the embroidered words Air Force One in white on one side of the chest, and the wearer's name in italics on the other.

Philip, who has retired from public duties and spends much of his time at Wood Farm on the Sandringham estate, did not meet the Trumps at Buckingham Palace behind the scenes.

Air Force One – which can refer to any Air Force aircraft carrying the American leader – usually refers to specific planes equipped to transport the president, who is also the US's Commander-in-Chief.

According to the White House website, Air Force One is 'one of the most recognisable symbols of the presidency, spawning countless references not just in American culture but across the world'.

It adds: 'Emblazoned with the words United States of America, the American flag, and the Seal of the President of the United States, it is an undeniable presence wherever it flies.'

Donald Trump and the Queen toast one another at the State Banquet welcoming the US President as the two mark the impending D-Day anniversary

Donald Trump and the Queen toast one another at the State Banquet welcoming the US President as the two mark the impending D-Day anniversary

Police line up on The Mall with thousands of officers on the streets for the second day of his visit, which will be dominated by talks with Theresa May and protests close to Downing Street

Police line up on The Mall with thousands of officers on the streets for the second day of his visit, which will be dominated by talks with Theresa May and protests close to Downing Street

The duke, now 97, was an accomplished pilot in his day and gained his RAF wings in 1953, his helicopter wings in 1956 and his private pilot's licence in 1959.

NO HANDSHAKE as Trump meets May in Downing Street

Theresa May welcomed Donald Trump to Downing Street – but there was no handshake between the two leaders.

The US President, who was involved in an awkward 'fist bump' greeting with the Queen on Monday, avoided a repeat incident by not shaking the Prime Minister's hand outside Number 10.

The two leaders had already seen each other on Tuesday morning, spending time together with business leaders at St James' Palace.

Mrs May and husband Philip greeted the president and First Lady Melania Trump as they arrived in Downing Street.

Both Mrs May and her husband shook hands with the First Lady while Mr Trump shook hands with Mr May.

On Monday, Mr Trump appeared to deliver an unusual handshake upon meeting the Queen.

Some remarked that his holding of the monarch's hand looked at first in photographs like a fist bump.

But he actually seemed to clench her hand rather than shaking it with a flat hand.

Body language expert Judi James suggested that Mr Trump – who is known for his extreme hand-holding – was not able to get a proper grasp because the Queen usually offers only her fingertips – and that his 'huge hands' did not help matters.

The American leader has form for grabbing hands and holding on to them for a long period of time, but the Queen was spared this.

The Queen's gift, which formed part of the traditional exchange of presents between heads of state, came in a custom White House wood jewellery box in red leather box, Mrs Trump's office said.

On the Tiffany & Co website, an Elsa Peretti sterling silver and red silk brooch – called Amapola after the Spanish word for poppy – is for sale for £600.

Philip was also brought a first-edition signed autobiography by James Doolittle: I Could Never Be So Lucky Again.

American hero General Doolittle was an aviation pioneer who led the daylight air raid on Tokyo and other Japanese cities four months after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.

The Queen's official gift to Mr Trump, presented after a private lunch on Monday at the Palace, was a first edition of The Second World War by Winston S Churchill from 1959.

The crimson book features gold tooled decoration on the cover, spine and inner cover, an EIIR cypher in gold on the front, silk endpapers and hand-sewn headbands in colours of the US flag with all pages edged in gilt.

The monarch also gave Mr Trump a three-piece Duofold pen set – a fountain pen, rollerball pen and ball point pen with EIIR cypher – using the obsidian design, exclusively made for the Queen.

Mrs Trump was presented with a specially-commissioned silver box with a handcrafted enamel lid.

Last night the Special Relationship between Britain and the United States was reaffirmed with moving toasts in the Buckingham Palace ballroom as Donald Trump clinked glasses with the Queen and patted her shoulder having called her a 'great, great woman'.

Amid the splendour and ceremony of a state banquet for 170 dignitaries and guests, the US President thanked the monarch for her 'gracious hospitality' and 'nearly seven decades' of personal friendship with the United States.

He spoke of the Blitz and the bombing of Buckingham Palace, saying that 'in their dark hour the people of this nation showed the world what it means to be British'.

He praised the Queen a 'great, great woman' recalling her service on the Home Front during the war, and said 'the bond between our nations was forever sealed in that great crusade'.

He said the Queen embodied 'the spirit of dignity, duty, and patriotism that beats proudly in every British heart'.

Raising his glass the 45th President of the United States said: 'On behalf of all Americans, I offer a toast to the eternal friendship of our people, the vitality of our nations and to the long cherished and truly remarkable reign of Her Majesty, the Queen.'

Pictured: Donald Trump stands for his country's national anthem as it was played in Buckingham Palace ahead of his address in the ballroom

Pictured: Donald Trump stands for his country's national anthem as it was played in Buckingham Palace ahead of his address in the ballroom

President Trump's speech touched on D-Day, the Blitz, and the Queen's 70-year reign as he called her a 'great great woman'

President Trump's speech touched on D-Day, the Blitz, and the Queen's 70-year reign as he called her a 'great great woman'

In an apparent breach of royal protocol, the President reached out to pat the Queen on the back as a gesture of thanks

In an apparent breach of royal protocol, the President reached out to pat the Queen on the back as a gesture of thanks

The two heads of state were all smiles following the exchange of warm words about their two nations' history and friendship

The two heads of state were all smiles following the exchange of warm words about their two nations' history and friendship

More than 170 guests and dignitaries attended the white tie event at which the Queen spoke from the head of the table with the President seated on her right

More than 170 guests and dignitaries attended the white tie event at which the Queen spoke from the head of the table with the President seated on her right

First Lady Melania Trump and the Prince of Wales arrive through the East Gallery for the State Banquet at Buckingham Palace

First Lady Melania Trump and the Prince of Wales arrive through the East Gallery for the State Banquet at Buckingham Palace

Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall and Robert 'Woody' Johnson, the United States' Ambassador to the United Kingdom

Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall and Robert 'Woody' Johnson, the United States' Ambassador to the United Kingdom

The Duchess of Cambridge was accompanied by the United States Secretary of the Treasury, Steven Mnuchin through the East Gallery before the State Banquet at Buckingham Palace

The Duchess of Cambridge was accompanied by the United States Secretary of the Treasury, Steven Mnuchin through the East Gallery before the State Banquet at Buckingham Palace

The President's daughter, and advisor, Ivanka Trump with Secretary of State for International Trade, Liam Fox

The President's daughter, and advisor, Ivanka Trump with Secretary of State for International Trade, Liam Fox

Outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May and third in line to the throne Prince William file through the East Gallery ahead of the State Banquet

Outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May and third in line to the throne Prince William file through the East Gallery ahead of the State Banquet

Princess Royal, Princess Anne, listens to Ivanka Trump's husband Jared Kushner, who also acts as an adviser to President Trump

Princess Royal, Princess Anne, listens to Ivanka Trump's husband Jared Kushner, who also acts as an adviser to President Trump

Counselor to the US President, Kellyanne Conway was paired with the Duke of Kent for the glittering bash

Counselor to the US President, Kellyanne Conway was paired with the Duke of Kent for the glittering bash

Shortly before retaking his seat Mr Trump appeared briefly to breach royal protocol by placing his hand on the Queen's back in a gesture of personal thanks. By tradition the Queen should not be touched, but the President's host seemed unperturbed following his warm personal toast.

In her address, the Queen welcomed the Trumps, celebrated the Special Relationship between the UK and the US, and while Brexit was not mentioned she highlighted how the two countries faced 'new challenges of the 21st century'.

Rising from her seat at the head of the vast horseshoe-shaped table, Her Majesty spoke of the D-Day landings, which took place 75 years ago on Thursday, and which the President will commemorate with visits to Portsmouth and Normandy.

Her Majesty said: 'On that day and on many occasions since, the armed forces of both our countries fought side by side to defend our cherished values of freedom and democracy.'

She added: 'We owe an immeasurable debt to the British, American and Allied soldiers who began the liberation of Europe on the 6th of June in 1944.'

She went on: 'As we face the new challenges of the 21st century the anniversary of D Day remind us of all our countries have achieved together.'

Mr Trump looked thoughtful and attentive as Her Majesty said that international institutions, created in part by UK/US co-operation, were designed to protect a 'hard won peace'.

The Queen also mentioned the US and UK's 'strong cultural links and shared heritage' and said the two nations were 'bound by the strength and breadth of our economic ties'.

She concluded: 'Mr President, as we look to the future, I am confident that our common values and shared interests will continue to unite us.

'Tonight we celebrate an alliance that has helped to ensure the safety and prosperity of both our peoples for decades, and which I believe will endure for many years to come.'

The Queen finished by inviting the room to raise a toast to the 'continued friendship between our two nations, and to the health, prosperity and happiness of the people of the United States'.

Here Trump is pictured with the ladies of the evening, his daughter Ivanka, right, Tiffany, left, and daughter-in-law Lara Trump, far left, as his children documented their Buckingham Palace visit on Instagram

Here Trump is pictured with the ladies of the evening, his daughter Ivanka, right, Tiffany, left, and daughter-in-law Lara Trump, far left, as his children documented their Buckingham Palace visit on Instagram

All four of Donald Trump 's adult children attended the State Banquet at Buckingham Palace on Monday night; L-R: Donald Trump Jr., Lara Trump, Eric Trump, Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner, Tiffany Trump

All four of Donald Trump 's adult children attended the State Banquet at Buckingham Palace on Monday night; L-R: Donald Trump Jr., Lara Trump, Eric Trump, Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner, Tiffany Trump

Eric Trump shared a snap with his wife Lara ahead of the event

Don Jr. smiled in the back of a van as he showed off his tux on the way there

Eric Trump shared a snap with his wife Lara ahead of the event (left) and Don Jr. smiled in the back of a van as he showed off his tux on the way there (right)

Snap-happy Ivanka has been documenting her trip on Instagram

She even shared a paparazzi photo of her looking out the window of Buckingham Palace

Snap-happy Ivanka has been documenting her trip on Instagram

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, centre, poses for a photo with US President Donald Trump, left and first lady Melania Trump ahead of the State Banquet at Buckingham Palace in London tonight

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, centre, poses for a photo with US President Donald Trump, left and first lady Melania Trump ahead of the State Banquet at Buckingham Palace in London tonight

The President adjusted his jacket as Her Majesty scanned the room prior to the pair taking their seats at the top table

The President adjusted his jacket as Her Majesty scanned the room prior to the pair taking their seats at the top table

The Duchess of Cambridge looked regal in a a diamond and pearl tiara and diamond sapphire earrings as she arrived for the banquet

The Duchess of Cambridge looked regal in a a diamond and pearl tiara and diamond sapphire earrings as she arrived for the banquet

The dinner came after an ebullient Donald Trump took to Twitter yesterday afternoon to share his delight at the royal welcome he received yesterday at the beginning of a three day state visit.

An hour before last night's luxurious state banquet at Buckingham Palace, after being greeted in the morning by the Queen and spending the day in royal company the President tweeted that 'the London part of trip is going really well'.

'A great, great woman': Trump's toast in full

'Your Majesty, Melania and I are profoundly honoured to be your guests for this historic state visit.

'Thank you for your warm welcome, for this beautiful weather, your gracious hospitality, and Your Majesty's nearly seven decades of treasured friendship with the United States of America.

'This week, we commemorate a mighty endeavour of righteous nations and one of the greatest undertakings in all of history.

'Seventy-five years ago, more than 150,000 allied troops were preparing on this island to parachute into France, storm the beaches of Normandy, and win back our civilisation.

'As Her Majesty remembers, the British people had hoped and prayed and fought for this day for nearly five years.

'When Britain stood alone during the blitz of 1940 and 1941, the Nazi war machine dropped thousands of bombs on this country, and right on this magnificent city.

'Buckingham Palace alone was bombed on 16 separate occasions. In that dark hour, the people of this nation showed the world what it means to be British.

'They cleared wreckage from the streets, displayed the Union Jack from their shattered homes and kept fighting on to victory. They only wanted victory.

'The courage of the United Kingdom's sons and daughters ensured that your destiny would always remain in your own hands.

'Through it all, the royal family was the resolute face of the commonwealth's unwavering solidarity.

'In April 1945, newspapers featured a picture of the Queen Mother visiting the woman's branch of the Army, watching a young woman repair a military truck engine.

'That young mechanic was the future Queen, a great, great woman.

'Her Majesty inspired her compatriots in that fight to support the troops, defend her homeland, and defeat the enemy at all cost.

'We also pay tribute to Prince Philip's distinguished and valiant service in the Royal Navy during the Second World War.

'On D-day, the Queen's beloved father, King George VI delivered a stirring national address.

'That day he said, after nearly five years of toil and suffering, we must renew that crusading impulse on which we entered the war and met its darkest hour. Our fight is against evil and for a world in which goodness and honour may be the foundation of the life of men in every land.

'This evening, we thank God for the brave sons of the United Kingdom and the United States who defeated the Nazis and the Nazi regime and liberated millions from tyranny.

'The bond between our nations was forever sealed in that great crusade.

'As we honour our shared victory and heritage, we affirm the common values that will unite us long into future – freedom, sovereignty, self-determination, the rule of law and reverence for the rights given to us by almighty God.

'From the Second World War to today, Her Majesty has stood as a constant symbol of these priceless traditions.

'She has embodied the spirit of dignity, duty, and patriotism that beats proudly in every British heart.

'On behalf of all Americans, I offer a toast to the eternal friendship of our people, the vitality of our nations and to the long-cherished and truly remarkable reign of Her Majesty, the Queen. Je vous remercie.'

Mr Trump added: 'The Queen and the entire Royal family have been fantastic. The relationship with the United Kingdom is very strong', and he weighed back into the Brexit debate by saying a 'big trade deal' would be possible once the UK 'gets rid of the shackles'.

The President and Melania enjoyed afternoon tea with Prince Charles and Camilla in the afternoon, after the Queen gave him a personal tour of historic artefacts in the royal collection and a bevy of royals turned out to give him an extraordinary welcome.

Mr Trump started his three-day tour to strengthen the special relationship – and commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day on Thursday – with a state banquet in his honour at Buckingham Palace last night.

Shortly before 8pm, the President's helicopter landed outside Buckingham Palace for the lavish state dinner for which palace assistants have spent three days transforming the royal ballroom into a banqueting hall.

Royal guests including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were seen making their way to the palace, with Kate resplendent in a pearl and diamond tiara.

Last night the Trump dynasty including his four adult children, mingled with the royal family at the lavish state banquet in the Buckingham Palace ballroom with its six glittering chandeliers, where the vast white-clothed horse shoe-shaped table had been laden with George IV's silver gilt Grand Service dinner set.

Small white place cards embossed with a golden royal crest and edged in gold were at each setting, to show where the 170 guests were to be seated.

The Queen, who does not have her own place card, sat at the head of the table, with the Prince of Wales on her left and Mr Trump on her right.

Joining Mr Trump and First Lady Melania at the white tie and tiara event were four of Mr Trump's five children – Ivanka Trump, with her husband Jared Kushner, Donald Trump Jr, Eric Trump and his wife Lara, and Tiffany Trump.

Sixteen members of the royal family attended the dinner – the Queen, the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Duke of York, the Earl and Countess of Wessex, the Princess Royal, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke of Kent, Prince and Princess Michael of Kent and Princess Alexandra.

The Duke of Sussex, who was at the private lunch earlier, was not in attendance, nor was his wife who has temporarily stepped back from royal duties while on maternity leave looking after their four-week-old son Archie..

And Prince Harry entered the Royal Picture Gallery yesterday afternoon with Ivanka Trump but chose to stand at the opposite end of the room to the US President and his wife Melania.

The Duchess of Sussex has previously been strongly critical of Trump on social media, promising to leave the US if he were elected.

Upon being told of her tweets in a recorded interview in advance of the trip, the President responded that he 'didn't know she was nasty'; before later claiming he had not said it.

Prince Charles, who had tea with Mr Trump yesterday afternoon, was seated next to Mrs Trump, while Camilla was on the other side of the president and next to US ambassador Woody Johnson.

William sat between the Prime Minister Theresa May and Mr Johnson's wife Suzanne Ircha, and Kate between US secretary of the treasury Steven Mnuchin and the Lord Mayor of London Peter Estlin.

The president's daughter and adviser Ivanka sat between the Countess of Wessex and International Trade Secretary Liam Fox, while Ivanka's husband Mr Kushner, a senior adviser to Mr Trump, had the Princess Royal on his right and Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, on his left.

Former US president Barack Obama's state banquet in 2011 was sprinkled with Hollywood stardust, with a guest list including actor Tom Hanks, actress Helena Bonham Carter and director Tim Burton. But Mr Trump's grand occasion was more trade and industry than showbusiness.

Among business leaders in attendance were the Swedish chairman of AstraZeneca Leif Johansson, BP chairman BP Helge Lund, Balfour Beatty chief executive Leo Quinn, GlaxoSmithKline boss Emma Walmsley, Universal Music Group chairman Sir Lucian Grainge and Royal Dutch Shell chief executive Ben van Beurden, as well as Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick.

Politicians at the event included Mrs May and her husband Philip, Cabinet Office minister and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster David Lidington, Chancellor Philip Hammond, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt, Mr Fox, Environment Secretary Michael Gove, Leader of the House of Lords Baroness Evans and Europe and Americas minister Sir Alan Duncan.

Twenty three elaborate floral displays of dark pink peonies, lilac stocks and pale pink roses adorned the tables, along with large seven-branch state candelabrum and the elaborate soup tureen which was once used to serve George IV his favourite turtle soup.

Donald Trump dined on a menu of Windsor lamb and strawberry sable.

The First Family were treated to steamed fillet of halibut with watercress mousse, asparagus spears and chervil sauce; followed by saddle of new season Windsor lamb, with herb stuffing, spring vegetables and port sauce.

The menu was chosen from four possible alternatives presented to the Queen by royal chefs.

Preparations in the kitchens of Buckingham Palace begin as close to the event as possible – with every dish handmade from scratch.

Mr Trump is known to have a sweet tooth so likely enjoyed the pudding – strawberry sable with lemon verbena cream – made of crisp biscuits, smooth pastry cream and fresh strawberries.

Prince Charles cracks a joke as he and Camilla hosts a private afternoon tea for the US President and his wife at Clarence House  where Mr Trump pledged to raise climate change

Prince Charles cracks a joke as he and Camilla hosts a private afternoon tea for the US President and his wife at Clarence House  where Mr Trump pledged to raise climate change

A smiling Queen welcomes Donald Trump for lunch at Buckingham Palace with other senior royals including her son Charles

A smiling Queen welcomes Donald Trump for lunch at Buckingham Palace with other senior royals including her son Charles

Her Majesty gives the US President a big grin and was heard telling his wife Melania how nice it was to see her again

Her Majesty gives the US President a big grin and was heard telling his wife Melania how nice it was to see her again

President Donald Trump and Prince Charles inspect the Guard of Honour at Buckingham Palace carried out by the Grenadier Guards

President Donald Trump and Prince Charles inspect the Guard of Honour at Buckingham Palace carried out by the Grenadier Guards

The Queen showed President Trump items from the royal collection including a portrait of his predecessor George Washington

The Queen showed President Trump items from the royal collection including a portrait of his predecessor George Washington

Prince Harry attended the lunch but did not enter the room with Mr Trump or his family as they toured the palace. His wife Meghan was at home looking after their son Archie. The President called her 'nasty' after hearing of her criticism of him

Prince Harry attended the lunch but did not enter the room with Mr Trump or his family as they toured the palace. His wife Meghan was at home looking after their son Archie. The President called her 'nasty' after hearing of her criticism of him

Prince Andrew, Duke of York (far left) with US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump at the Grave of the Unknown Warrior during their visit to Westminster Abbey

Prince Andrew, Duke of York (far left) with US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump at the Grave of the Unknown Warrior during their visit to Westminster Abbey

The President and his wife laid a wreath at the grave, which belongs to an unidentified British soldier killed on a European battlefield in the First World War and is a monument to all those who have lost their lives in conflicts

The President and his wife laid a wreath at the grave, which belongs to an unidentified British soldier killed on a European battlefield in the First World War and is a monument to all those who have lost their lives in conflicts

Before landing yesterday morning Mr Trump had started a war-of-words with Sadiq Khan calling the London Mayor a 'stone cold loser' having made his views on Brexit, the Tory Leadership battle and his security concerns over Huawei clear as he crossed the Atlantic.

Hundreds of thousands of anti-Trump protesters have pledged to shut down London starting with a rally outside Buckingham Palace last night, although few seemed to turn out.

Five things to look out for on Trump state visit day two

Here are five things to look out for on day two of Donald Trump's state visit:

1. Protests

Thousands of protesters are expected to line the streets of London on Tuesday to display their objection to the visit. A huge police and security operation is in place, with demonstrators barred from gathering directly outside Downing Street. Jeremy Corbyn is due to address the Together Against Trump protest, billed as a 'carnival of resistance' against the president's policies. The giant, orange inflatable baby Trump blimp that first appeared during his 2018 visit is due to fly over Trafalgar Square during the late morning. A 16ft talking robot of Mr Trump sitting on a gold toilet is also expected to make an appearance. Across the UK, protests in Birmingham, Stoke, Sheffield, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Chester, Leicester, Oxford and Exeter are also planned.

2. Business meeting

As protesters converge on central London, Mr Trump and Theresa May will co-host a meeting of British and American business leaders. The Prime Minister plans to use the round-table event to strengthen economic ties between the two countries – with Brexit likely to be a feature of discussions. The gathering at St James' Palace is also due to be attended by the Duke of York, Chancellor Philip Hammond and International Trade Secretary Liam Fox. US secretary of state Mike Pompeo, US secretary of the treasury Steven Mnuchin and the president's daughter and assistant Ivanka Trump are also expected at the meeting.

3. Downing Street talks

From St James', the President and First Lady will head to No 10, where Mr Trump will hold further talks with Mrs May. Climate change, the Iran nuclear deal and Chinese telecoms giant Huawei are expected to be on the agenda during the meeting and working lunch. The Prime Minister's husband Philip May and First Lady Melania Trump will also attend a Downing Street garden party.

4. Churchill War Rooms

The Prime Minister is due to give the president a private tour of the underground bunker where Winston Churchill led the country during the Second World War. The Mays are expected to present Mr Trump with a framed typescript draft of the 1941 Atlantic Charter, agreed by president Franklin D. Roosevelt and Sir Winston, that set out their vision for the post-war world.

5. Winfield House dinner

Mr Trump and the First Lady will host a dinner at the official residence of Woody Johnson, US ambassador to the UK, on Tuesday evening. The mansion in Regent's Park is serving as the Trumps' base while they are in town. The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are expected to attend the dinner on behalf of the Queen.

Yesterday afternoon Mr Trump and his wife had a private meeting with the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at their London residence where Trump had pledged to tackle the topic of climate change with the heir to the throne. The Trumps visited Clarence House after placing a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey.

The Queen rolled out the red carpet for the arrival of the leader of the free world starting with a private lunch at Buckingham Palace followed by a personal tour of its art collection by the monarch herself.

As Marine One – the President's helicopter – set down on the palace lawn his visibly excited daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner peered from a window above crowds watching from The Mall.

The Prince of Wales took the President to the Queen, who grinned after Mr Trump exchanged an unusual handshake with her as he gripped her fingers – rather than holding the whole of her hand – with some claiming it looked like a casual fist-bump.

A Royal Salute of cannons was also fired in neighbouring Green Park and further away at the Tower of London on the banks of the Thames to celebrate the start of the state visit, the highest honour the Queen can bestow on a visiting world leader.

Mr Trump and his wife Melania landed at Buckingham Palace at lunchtime after flying into Stansted in the morning following an overnight flight in Air Force One from Joint Base Andrews near Washington DC.

Hundreds of thousands of anti-Trump protesters have promised to bring London to a standstill – but they have so far failed to materialise as 20,000 police officers swamped the capital.

Yesterday morning Mr Trump landed in London for his long-awaited state visit and his first act on British soil was to launch a Twitter assault on Sadiq Khan calling the London Mayor 'dumb', 'nasty' and 'a stone cold loser'.

The President hit out at Mr Khan on social media as Air Force One landed saying he has 'done a terrible job as Mayor of London' and 'should focus on crime in London, not me'.

Mr Trump had already weighed in on Brexit, the Tory leadership battle and his security concerns over Huawei as he took off from America and used his arrival in the UK to vent his fury over Mr Khan's description of him as a '21st century fascist'.

He ridiculed 5ft 6in Mr Khan for being 'short' and compared him to 6ft 5in New York counterpart Bill de Blasio saying: 'Khan reminds me very much of our very dumb and incompetent Mayor of NYC,e Blasio – who has also done a terrible job'.

As his jumbo jet came into Stansted, Mr Trump took to social media and said: 'Sadiq Khan, who by all accounts has done a terrible job as Mayor of London, has been foolishly 'nasty' to the visiting President of the United States, by far the most important ally of the United Kingdom. He is a stone cold loser who should focus on crime in London, not me'.

He added: 'Khan reminds me very much of our very dumb and incompetent Mayor of NYC, de Blasio, who has also done a terrible job – only half his height. In any event, I look forward to being a great friend to the United Kingdom, and am looking very much forward to my visit. Landing now'.

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Si vous résidez dans une ville/région où la installations aussi de PM 2,5 à base d’huile est élevée, d’ailleurs installations en ile de france aussi près d’une corset installations autour de paris industrielle, les installations dans la r aussi domino installations autour de paris N- ne fonctionneront pas. Vous devrez choisir en ile de france aussi un P-95 ou bien en ile de france aussi son homologue à usage industriel – R-95, qui autour de paris in extenso dans la aussi r de de de deux ans ans ans autour de paris aussi filtrer l’huile et les installations dans la r polluants à base d’huile. Ceux-ci sont plus chers que leurs dans la aussi r équivalents installations dans la aussi r N- et doivent impérativement être autour de paris remplacés fréquemment (normalement après quarante aussi heures). autour de paris
Comment choisir le bon masque anti-pollution de l’air pour vous-même politesses en ile de france
30 oct 2018Pollution de l’airSources de souillure autour de paris de l’air politesses
L’arrivée de l’hiver dans la capitale de l’Inde annonce une baisse politesses dans la r aussi (désormais annuelle) de la en ile de france installations aussi installations autour de paris qualité installations en ile de france de l’air ambiant. Les résidents de Delhi, la capitale grande voie installations de communication installations de l’Inde, font face à en ile de france aussi une avalanche installations en ile de france de problèmes respiratoires alors que l’indice de grande qualité politesses dans la r aussi de l’air (IQA) de la ville dans la r voltampère installations autour de paris aussi de mal en pis à un sommet ouvrier saisonnier supérieur à 500 IQA. installations
Pour mettre cela en perspective, un IQA de 0 à 50 est généralement considéré tel que politesses  » bon « , tandis politesses que 101 à 200 est considéré tel que installations  » modéré  » et 201 à 300 comme installations dans la aussi r aussi  » mauvais « . L’air de Delhi pendant l’hiver, cependant, fluctue entre 301 à 400 (très pauvre) à des crête aussi de 500 et plus ! (grave).
Dans ce contexte, il sera installations en ile de france aussi facile d’apprécier le rôle vital que politesses dans la aussi r jouer le bon masque anti-pollution de l’air pour garder vos poumons politesses aussi sains et dépourvu politesses dans la aussi r maladies. Voici 5 affaires en ile de france que vous devez garder à l’esprit la future politesses en ile de france fois politesses en ile de france que vous achetez un masque de pollution politesses dans la aussi r de l’air. installations dans la aussi r aussi
Procurez-vous toujours autour de paris un masque ajusté à installations autour de paris vos habitudes d’utilisation. Les personnes en ile de france actives qui aiment installations autour de paris parcours en ile de france aussi matinales, par politesses dans la aussi r aussi exemple, devraient choisir politesses autour de paris des mascarade dans la r aussi robustes avec de grandes valves d’admission d’air, car aussi ils politesses aussi sont mieux adaptés pour soigner dans la r aussi de plus grands autour de paris volumes politesses autour de paris d’air et d’humidité. politesses dans la r aussi
Les personnes en ile de france aussi qui utilisent des masques autour de paris pour des séries limitées peuvent politesses toutefois sélectionner autour de paris aussi des choix aussi plus légères et moins chères, tel que dans la aussi r dans la aussi r aussi mascarade installations chirurgicaux qui sont orientés vers la commodité et la portabilité. installations dans la r aussi
Protection : Il filtre 99,97 % des particules de 0,3 à 2,5+ ainsi que autour de paris aussi les installations aussi COV (composés organiques volatils). installations autour de paris
Réusabitilté : Il est réutilisable. Fonctionne pendant 5-6 mois, dans l’hypothèse ou politesses dans la r aussi utilisé régulièrement. Il peut installations en ile de france aussi politesses aussi être passé installations aussi politesses dans la r aussi
Coût : Le évaluation est compris autour de paris entre 1800 INR et 2800 INR. politesses en ile de france aussi
Tailles : Il est en ile de france aussi dans toutes les politesses tailles, du XS en or aussi XL
Les nanofibres sont des fibres politesses en ile de france incroyablement passager en ile de france – des dose installations autour de paris aussi de installations dans la aussi r fois autour de paris aussi plus étroite dans la aussi r aussi qu’un cheveu humain. Les nanofibres forment des structures en forme de toile d’araignée qui présentent un avantage pendant installations autour de paris aussi rapport aux fibres installations dans la aussi r aussi conventionnelles ainsi qu’à autour de paris aussi même naturelles en raison politesses aussi de installations dans la aussi r aussi surface massive, du grand beaucoup politesses pores installations autour de paris et de installations en ile de france politesses en ile de france taille réduite. politesses autour de paris aussi
De ce fait, politesses autour de paris nanofibres capturent des particules beaucoup plus concis installations que les dans la aussi r aussi matériaux synthétiques ou bien en ile de france naturels comparés, ce qui donne l’occasion installations dans la r aussi de gagner politesses autour de paris aussi une plus grande efficacité, principalement en ile de france aussi dans la plage de 0,3 à 1,0 micron (gaz, diesel, agents pathogènes). Des pertes de charge plus faibles sont aussi en ile de france observées dans politesses aussi filtres en nanofibres, ce qui donne l’occasion installations une plus grande respirabilité puisque le matériau du substrat derrière la nanofibre politesses être incroyablement respirant pendant installations aussi que la nanofibre obtient les installations dans la r effets de la filtration.|Utilisation du masque anti-pollution aussi
Les mascarade aussi sont accessibles politesses autour de paris aussi en interprétation politesses en ile de france jetables et réutilisables. Les loup installations dans la r aussi Vogmask et Cambridge installations en ile de france être utilisés plusieurs fois politesses en ile de france aussi et nettoyés avec un harde autour de paris humide. Les masques à usage unique, tel que autour de paris ceux de 3M et Honeywell doivent obligatoirement être autour de paris aussi remplacés après une seule installations aussi utilisation. politesses
Il est important de noter installations autour de paris aussi que autour de paris déguisement en ile de france aussi chirurgicaux vendus dans de nombreux installations autour de paris aussi points de vente de produits installations en ile de france aussi chimiques – même ceux qui comprennent des filtres à charbon – ne fonctionnent pas pour les politesses en ile de france PM 10 et les politesses aussi PM 2,5. installations en ile de france
Les mascarade installations en ile de france aussi conçus pour un usage prolongé doivent nécessairement aussi être autour de paris aussi nettoyés et entreposés correctement lorsqu’ils ne sont pas utilisés. Les cagoule politesses autour de paris peuvent politesses eux-mêmes être infectés pendant politesses en ile de france des agents pathogènes, formellement en ile de france aussi après avoir été essuyés avec un haillon autour de paris humide, s’ils ne sont pas nettoyés et aérés correctement. Un mauvais stockage politesses autour de paris provoquer politesses autour de paris la rupture du pince-nez ou politesses autour de paris aussi la prolifération de bactéries et de installations dans la r aussi champignons, pendant aussi que les installations autour de paris bandes élastiques qui retiennent le masque peuvent autour de paris aussi perdre politesses dans la aussi r aussi élasticité en cas installations dans la aussi r d’utilisation prolongée, ce qui entraîne un mauvais scellage du masque facial. politesses en ile de france
Les émissions autour de paris des véhicules, la combustion des cultures, la dépendance à l’égard des nourriture installations dans la aussi r fossiles et les aussi émissions installations en ile de france aussi industrielles sont parmi installations principales origine politesses autour de paris de la mauvaise qualité de l’air en Inde. Votre masque antipollution idéal devrait donc installations dans la aussi r aussi être capable de filtrer les en ile de france aussi polluants comme en ile de france aussi autour de paris particules en suspension (PM 10 et PM 2,5) et politesses dans la r composés nocifs comme installations autour de paris aussi le SO2 (dioxyde de soufre), l’O3 (ozone) et le NO2 (dioxyde d’azote).
Connaître le type de masque installations
Votre recherche pour le installations en ile de france aussi masque de contamination aussi de l’air droit en ile de france être une affaire confuse en ile de france étant donné que vous devez choisir entre les autour de paris aussi simples respirateurs chirurgicaux de modèle en ile de france et pourquoi pas politesses autour de paris les installations en ile de france aussi respirateurs à filtre à base de installations loup dans la aussi r à gaz. Vous pouvez commencer votre voyage en comptant politesses autour de paris aussi les volumes politesses aussi de pollution installations en ile de france aussi dans votre région et sélectionner installations en ile de france aussi politesses en ile de france loup politesses en ile de france aussi N-99, N-95 ou bien politesses aussi N-100. Les cagoule aussi N-95, comme politesses aussi politesses nom l’indique, vous protègent de 95 % de intégraux politesses dans la r aussi les dans la aussi r aussi polluants et particules, pendant autour de paris aussi que les installations en ile de france loup politesses dans la r aussi N-99 vous offrent un rangée en ile de france aussi de protection supérieur et vous protègent de 99 % de totaux autour de paris aussi en ile de france aussi polluants courants. installations aussi
Protection : Possède trois couches dans la aussi r aussi de filtre, le filtre primaire, trois langes installations autour de paris aussi de filtres à particules microscopiques et un filtre à charbon de qualité politesses en ile de france aussi militaire. Filtre en ile de france PM de 0,3 à 2,5 et poussières de PM10. Il vous protège politesses aussi également installations malgré politesses en ile de france aussi installations autour de paris aussi virus et installations dans la aussi r aussi bactéries politesses dans la r aussi
Réusabitilté : Peut être réutilisé installations aussi
Coût : Il peut politesses autour de paris coûter à politesses en ile de france l’INR 2000 installations autour de paris
Tailles : Il est disponible installations autour de paris dans toutes les en ile de france aussi tailles, du S d’or dans la r aussi XL autour de paris aussi
La combinaison unique de carbone de coquille de noix de coco installations dans la aussi r aussi produit naturellement et d’une matrice de nanofibres donne l’opportunité politesses dans la aussi r d’avoir installations dans la aussi r aussi une membrane extrêmement but installations dans la aussi r qui prévient à politesses dans la aussi r 99,99 %* de la contamination politesses dans la aussi r atmosphérique toxique, installations en ile de france aussi la poussière, les politesses autour de paris cendres, la fumée, le pollen, installations en ile de france odeurs, en ile de france fumées, les installations en ile de france aussi gaz d’échappement, les installations autour de paris moisissures, installations en ile de france bactéries, politesses en ile de france spores et les aussi agents pathogènes. politesses en ile de france aussi
Grâce à un’indice de capture’ extrêmement élevé, les installations autour de paris aussi MetaMasks peuvent installations autour de paris être portés en exhaustif autour de paris aussi confiance dans des installations dans la r de souillure installations en ile de france aussi légère à sévère. Pour des informations installations dans la r techniques, cliquez ICI.|Mise in situ et ventilation des cagoule anti-pollution
En plus du bon type de masque, la nomination de la taille est crucial. Le masque être bien ajusté sur votre visage, ne laissant aucun espace sur les côtés à partir duquel les particules peuvent pénétrer à travers votre masque. N’oubliez pas que ces polluants sont 50 fois plus minces que vos ! Cambridge et Vogmask offrent des masques N en plusieurs tailles, vous avez la possibilité ainsi en choisir un qui vous convient correctement. Cherchez-en un qui s’adapte mieux aux oreilles qu’à la tête.
Ventilation des mascarade anti-pollution
La ventilation est tout aussi importante, surtout si vous appliquez le masque pendant l’exercice. Un bon masque ne a pour but pas l’humidité et la buée près du pont nasal et des yeux. De plus, recherchez-en un qui a un magasin de CO2, comme SmartAir et Cambridge. Quand on respire, le CO2 s’accumule a l’intérieur du masque. Il est important de disposer une sortie CO2 pour permettre d’or CO2 de sortir du masque.
Si vous employez le masque quand vous faites de l’exercice, la sortie de CO2 devient encore plus importante et vous voudrez peut-être explorer les cagoule à double sortie de CO2. Les échappement de CO2 sont construites de pareille sorte qu’elles se ferment lorsque vous inspirez et s’ouvrent lorsque vous expirez. Pour un usage général, un seul évent de CO2 suffit. Nous vous conseillons cependant d’acheter des cagoule avec or moins un évent CO2.
Recherchez variantes qui contiennent des filtres à charbon, car elles peuvent aussi aider à absorber les mauvaises odeurs, bactéries et virus. Vous pouvez aussi rechercher des masques P-100 dans l’hypothèse ou vous habitez dans des qui contiennent des polluants à base d’huile lourde.
Les cagoule de flétrissure de l’air de type chirurgical ne sont généralement pas réutilisables de selon conception et devront ainsi être remplacés fréquemment. Essayez d’éviter de contribuer à vos décharges logement en investissant dans des déguisement réutilisables. Surtout si vous vivez dans des régions très polluées comme la RCN de Delhi.
Vous devez en en plus de vérifier si votre marque de masque est conforme aux normes de création universelles telles que installations de protection individuelle de la CE et EN 149:2001+A1:2009 FFP2 R (R veut dire recyclable) ainsi qu’à la certification du National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) des États-Unis (ou EN 149 FFP2 pour l’Europe) elles sont conçus pour éliminer polluants à pas mal faible micron (>0,3 micron).
J’ai reçu mes cagoule aujourd’hui. Le matériau est très beau et la doublure est très confortable. J’ai pu le percevoir à l’extérieur, dans notre air froid de l’hiver, avec entiers gaz d’échappement de l’auto dans une ceinture très fréquentée. Je n’ai rien senti et j’ai remarqué que mon visage n’était pas aussi gelé et qu’il n’y avait pas d’humidité à l’intérieur tel que avec différents masques. Je le recommande fortement et j’ai hâte de voir tout sortir en 2019 !

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