LONDON – President Donald Trump will be in July, the British queen Elizabeth II meet. That has the American ambassador in London, Woody Johnson, said Wednesday at Sky News. It is not an official state visit with all the pomp and circumstance, including a trip by horse and carriage.
Downing Street nor Buckingham Palace wanted to say something about this post. Also, the White House has not yet responded. Trump brings on 13 July a working visit to the United Kingdom. He will have a conversation with prime minister Theresa May. Where that’s going to happen is not known. Trump-haters have a massive protest announced.
Trump might actually be in January already to England for the opening of the new embassy in London. He agreed to at the last moment via Twitter.
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