Anti-Trump protesters pack into Trafalgar Square

Prime Minister Theresa May and U.S. President Donald Trump hold a joint press conference at Chequers

Prime Minister Theresa May and U.S. President Donald Trump hold a joint press conference at Chequers

The Trump Babysitters group estimated tens of thousands of protesters were involved in the demonstrations - fewer than an estimated 250,000 who gathered when Mr Trump visited the United Kingdom on July 13 previous year.

Mr Trump described the crowd as "very small" and "fake news".

Outside, protesters against Mr Trump flew a giant inflatable blimp depicting him as a scowling baby in a nappy while others unveiled a statue of him tweeting while sitting on the toilet.

"Jeremy is ready to engage with the president on a range of issues, including the climate emergency, threats to peace, and the refugee crisis", the spokesperson said. Handmaids Against Trump, a women's rights group, stood dressed in red cloaks and white hats, with solemn expressions. Their placards read "The Handmaid's Tale is not an instruction manual" and "Beware for I am fearless therefore powerful".

"I think Donald Trump's balloon is not very well", she added later. Trump has spoken openly about his opposition to abortion and promised to only appoint "pro-life" judges.

Meanwhile, British anti-Brexit activists are "trolling" the president on Twitter during his visit, posting slides pointing out that President Barack Obama had a higher approval rating among British citizens than Trump does.

They had various messages for the USA leader, including protesting his policies on the environment and climate change.

The Good Morning Britain interview was conducted Tuesday after the prime minister and President's joint press conference in the Churchill War Rooms, which is now part of the Imperial War Museum. "We want strong relations with America but we don't approve of Trump". Trump has been sharply critical of May in the past but only had warm words for her Tuesday and urged her to stay to "get this deal done". Johnson is one of 12 candidates to become leader of Britain's ruling Conservative party.

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The thousands Trump thought were cheering for him, were actually cheering for Queen Elizabeth II, and during her Buckingham Palace banquet toast to Trump as President of the United States, she demonstrated why those cheers were well earned and deserved.

In the backdrop of the ceremonial welcome, controversy stirred over a row between Trump and London Mayor Sadiq Khan.

The president also said Brexit party leader Nigel Farage, an outspoken advocate of leaving the European Union without a deal, should be given a role in the negotiations.

As often happens when Trump travels overseas, norms were shattered, including when the president complained about his television viewing options in the foreign capital and urged people to punish CNN by boycotting its parent company, AT&T.

Trump was then joined by U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton and Mick Mulvaney, acting White House chief of staff. Well here is a photo of what English Trump Supporters look like.

When pressed by Morgan about the contents of their discussion, Mr Trump said: "I heard that we are not supposed to do that [reveal what we discussed]".

President Donald Trump says Prince Charles bent his ear on climate change, though he did not say what impact it had. "I think that he is, from where I come from, somewhat of a negative force".

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