Four of Donald Trump's children attend state banquet at Buckingham Palace

Four of Donald Trump's children attend state banquet at Buckingham Palace

During his three-day trip to the United Kingdom this week, U.S. President Donald Trump was scheduled to have a 15-minute meeting with heir-to-the-throne Prince Charles over tea.

Demonstrators filled Trafalgar Square and spilled down Whitehall, a street lined with government offices, before marching half a mile to Parliament.

Flying the giant Trump baby balloon once again, Britons protesting President Trump's state visit tried to bring central London to a standstill with demonstrations that they hoped would draw large crowds throughout the day.

U.S. president Donald Trump, the Queen, Melania Trump, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall at the state banquet.

They said that the demonstrations were held to show solidarity with those "damaged" by Trump's policies.

Pointing at Melania Trump, he said: "If only I was 20 years younger".

In an interview with Fox News broadcast on Thursday, Mr Trump also said people had noticed how well he and the Queen had connected.

In 2017, Trump announced he would be pulling the USA out of the Paris Agreement, a United Nations project tasked with capping climate change at 2 degrees Celsius this century.

President Donald Trump on Thursday signed a $19.1 billion disaster aid bill granting funds to Puerto Rico, farmers and rural areas.

The video surfaced after someone at the same protest threw a milkshake at another Trump supporter while he was surrounded by several anti-Trump protesters chanting "Nazi scum", as The Telegraph reported.

Another protestor, an elderly man, was pushed to the ground during a clash with anti-Trump protestors in London.

"The meeting with the queen used to be unbelievable", Trump stated first and most important of his take a seat-down chat with Ingraham that used to be pre-recorded on the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial in France correct by commemorations of the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.

The first day of the US President's visit has been filled with pomp and pageantry. But the protesters have been largely kept away from Trump, with roads closed around Buckingham Palace and Downing Street.

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