Trump arrives in 'hot spot' Britain, questioning May's Brexit plan

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Such comments are likely to be seen as unwelcome by Mrs May, who has already faced significant political criticism for hosting Mr Trump.

President Trump is scheduled to meet British Prime Minister Theresa May, who wants a post-Brexit trade deal, days after President Trump said the United Kingdom was in "turmoil".

Gardner, who works with refugees as part of her doctoral research at the London School of Economics, said Trump's speeches about refugees and immigrants are "a very risky line of rhetoric to be normalized".

"But I'm going to a pretty hot spot right now with a lot of resignations".

"The people voted to break it up (Britain's ties with the EU)", Trump told a press conference.

Its appearance in central London was approved by the Greater London Authority.

He has also said he might speak to Boris Johnson, who quit as foreign secretary over May's plans.

Mr Smyth said he hoped the protests, and specifically the Trump baby blimp, do not upset the American public.

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Fresh from a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit where Trump chided Germany and other European nations for failing to contribute enough to defence spending, British Prime Minister Theresa May is hoping his trip will boost the close ties between their two nations and help forge a future free trade deal.

"The Mayor of London gave the permission [for the blimp to fly] and, you know, it's disgusting and it should never have happened", he said.

"This week we have an opportunity to deepen this unique trading relationship and begin discussions about how we will forge a strengthened, ambitious and future-proof trade partnership".

Some 77 per cent of Britons have an unfavourable view of Trump, according to a poll by YouGov with 1,648 respondents.

"You know I've been reading a lot on Brexit over the last couple of days and its seems to be turning a little bit differently where they're getting at least partially involved back with the European Union", he said. "I'm very strong on immigration".

Thousands of protesters are set to line the streets to demonstrate against Donald Trump's visit as the US President landed in Britain.

The organizers claim that flying the balloon is their right "pursuant to the rights of Freedom of Assembly and of Association", as well as the right to protest peacefully.

The US Embassy in London has issued a warning to Americans in Britain to keep a "low profile" during Donald Trump's visit.

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