By | Reuters | 6 days 4 hours ago | World
Chanting "Donald Trump has got to go," tens of thousands of protesters marched through London on Friday waving banners and banging pots to demonstrate against the U.S. president on his first official visit to Britain.
By Karla Adam | WashPost | 6 days 4 hours ago | World
“This is the biggest insult to a sitting US President ever,” tweeted Nigel Farage, the former leader of the U.K. Independence Party and a friend of Trump’s.
By Patrick Wintour Diplomatic editor | The Guardian | 6 days 4 hours ago | World
The contradictory US president’s inclination is to side with those who want to break up the EU Donald Trump ’s Jekyll and Hyde performance on the opening leg of his European tour – one minute angrily wielding a wrecking ball and the next playing the oleaginous anglophile – will hardly leave European diplomats, especially those in Britain, reassured as they brace themselves for his bilateral summit...
By | ABC News | 6 days 5 hours ago | World
The president's first U.K. visit has been overshadowed by his tabloid interview.
By Rachel Martin | NPR | 6 days 7 hours ago | World
President Trump and British Prime Minister May met on Friday, the day after The Sun published an interview where Trump ripped into May over Brexit. But on Friday, Trump softened his criticism.
By Associated Press | TIME | 6 days 7 hours ago | World
ELLESBOROUGH, England — A day after landing a series of broadsides against his British hosts, President Donald Trump declared Friday that his relationship with Prime Minister Theresa May was better than ever in yet another bout of diplomatic whiplash that has come to define the American president’s European visit. Trump’s pomp-filled visit to the United Kingdom was overshadowed by an explosive...
By | HuffPost | 6 days 12 hours ago | World
An estimated 60,000 people were expected to demonstrate across London as a giant baby Trump-shaped blimp flew by Parliament.