UK Prime Minister Theresa May extended a formal invitation to Trump to visit the UK shortly after his inauguration earlier this year, but the visit was postponed last month due to concerns over mass protests.
For these reasons, Whitehall sources just claimed final confirmation to a Trump's visit to Turnberry - his golf resort In Scotland - and Downing Street would be given just 24 hours' notice "to minimise the risk of disruption". "It is understood that any visit would be confirmed only 24 hours in advance so anti-Trump protesters did not have time to disrupt his visit".
But the prime minister's official spokesperson said: "I am not aware of any plans for the president to visit the U.K.in the next few weeks".
Separately, Trump's tweets about London Mayor Sadiq Khan in the aftermath of the London Bridge terrorist attack drew condemnation from across the British political spectrum, prompting Khan to call on the British government to cancel Trump's visit.
It's unclear whether he will return to the USA before travelling to France the following Friday, but the Guardian reports that Whitehall sources believe Trump could visit one of his golf courses in Scotland during the interim.
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Such concessions could include returning two diplomatic compounds in the U.S. to Russian Federation or lessening sanctions. Trump will also meet with other world leaders, national security adviser H.R.
'We have to prove him wrong.
Apparently he's stopping by on his way to France for Bastille Day celebrations on July 14, and for the G20 summit in Germany.
May made a close relationship with Trump and the US a pillar of her foreign policy and in January was the first foreign leader to visit him after his election victory.
Moore criticized the re-edited video Trump posted this weekend that showed the president during his appearance in the WWE beating up an opponent with a CNN logo edited in for a head.