Published: Fri, July 13, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Donald Trump refers to Ireland as a part of the UK

Donald Trump refers to Ireland as a part of the UK

First lady Melania Trump pulled out all the stops and truly dressed to impress as she and President Trump made their way to a black-tie dinner hosted by Prime Minister Theresa May at Blenheim Palace on Thursday evening.

The president says "Brexit is Brexit", and suggests the prime minister is moving away from that.

Protests are also anticipated in Britain, where the Stand Up to Trump group prepared for a "Carnival of Resistance". "You see what " s going on throughout the world with immigration.

"I think it's amusing". Another 13 percent said they didn't know.

Donald Trump has been under fire for his own immigration policy, which resulted in the separation of immigrant families.

Later, asked about Theresa May's plan for leaving the European Union, he echoed the British Prime Minister's own words that "Brexit should mean Brexit".

The President, who is set for a two-day working visit followed by a weekend in Scotland, addressed the planned protests in a news conference, saying, "I think it's fine".

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USA allies played down Trump's suggestion he was responsible for increased defense spending.

Winfield House is the only place where Trump will spend time in central London, where demonstrators are expected to gather in their tens of thousands for a march on Friday afternoon, hours after a giant "Trump baby" balloon is flown near the UK Parliament in an eye-catching stunt.

Asked if his trip to Menie had been arranged to coincide with his father's presidential visit, Eric said: "We had it planned a little bit before and they happened to link up, so it's exciting".

Eric Trump is playing golf at the Trump International Golf Links at Menie, Aberdeenshire, and also plans to visit Trump Turnberry, near Girvan, South Ayrshire.

President Donald Trump has said British Prime Minister Theresa May's proposed Brexit plan will "probably kill" off any chance of a UK-US trade deal.

Ignoring all diplomatic niceties, the convention-shredding U.S. president set up the four-day visit with a rebuke of his beleaguered host as she battles to stop her government falling apart over Brexit.

Organizers are protesting the "type of politics that Trump represents" and even British authorities who invited him to the United Kingdom in the first place.

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Trump and his entourage will then travel to his golf course in Scotland, where he'll stay until heading to Helsinki for his Monday summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Blenheim Palace is the birthplace of Winston Churchill, for whom Trump has expressed admiration.

Only one person, the digital entrepreneur and philanthropist Baroness Martha Lane-Fox, has publicly refused the invitation.

Trump and his wife, First Lady Melania, will land at London's Stanstead airport after attending a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels.

On Friday, Mrs May and Mr Trump will go to watch a joint counter-terrorism exercise by British and United States special forces at a military base.

Both the leaders are expected to hold talks on the military alliance between the two nations.

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The blimp will then be used at a protest planned in Scotland, his mother's homeland, when Trump goes there for the weekend. They will be doing that in concert with the Civil Aviation Authority, the US Air Force and the RAF.


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