"People are protesting the visit of President Trump, demonstrating their opposition to his bigotry and racism - comparing migrants to poisonous snakes, Mexicans to murderers and rapists - and state-sanctioned child abuse, and that is their right to do so", Carden said, addressing Nick Hurd, Britain's minister of state for policing and fire services.
A large "Human Rights Nightmare" banner has been unfurled by Amnesty International activists across the river Thames on Vauxhall Bridge to protest against the visit.
"I'd like to see them be able to work it out so it could go quickly". But instead of attending business in London, which is what most heads of state who arrive in the United Kingdom do, Trump will head to a business sector gala at Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Winston Churchill which is outside the city.
"Melania has seen photos of the Trump baby blimp, and she doesn't find it amusing in the slightest, she thinks it's mortifying", a source close to the first lady tells HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY.
He will then travel to Helsinki for a summit with Russian president Vladimir Putin.More news: Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive in Ireland for tour
The tight security surrounding the visit will attempt to avoid exposing Trump to planned protests in central London.
The request for the orange-hued blimp to fly was approved by London Mayor Sadiq Khan - who has had a testy Twitter relationship with Trump - after more than 10,000 people signed a petition. Many thousands of Britons are expected to protest against Mr Trump in London and other cities.
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".
"I think they like me a lot in the UK", Trump said in Brussels.
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".More news: Netflix adds 'Smart Downloads' feature for mobile users
President Donald Trump landed in London after leaving a 2-day summit in Brussels where he claimed victory on defense spending.
But while Trump's Friday morning plans involve a visit to a military site with May, followed by their joint press conference at Chequers, the first lady is expected to remain in London, in the company of May's husband, Philip May.
After spending the night at the United States ambassador's official residence in Regent's Park, London, Mr Trump will join the PM at a military base tomorrow to observe a joint counter-terrorism exercise involving UK and U.S. special forces.
The declaration was unusual given the topic being discussed was whether the President would support a Hard Brexit for the UK.
The Metropolitan Police will be responsible for the protection and security of the United States president and will also try to ensure lawful protests can be staged.
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