Donald Trump 'snubbed' by Prince Charles and Prince Harry: report

  1. Donald Trump ‘snubbed’ by Prince Charles and Prince Harry: report  Globalnews.ca
  2. Princes Charles and William refused to meet Trump: report  The Hill (blog)
  3. Prince Charles and Prince William ‘refused to meet Donald Trump’ in Windsor  Metro
  4. Queen left to meet Donald Trump ALONE as senior royals SNUBBED US President  Express.co.uk
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Queen left to meet Donald Trump alone after Prince Charles and Prince William 'snubbed US President'

  1. Queen left to meet Donald Trump alone after Prince Charles and Prince William ‘snubbed US President’  Evening Standard
  2. Princes Charles and William refused to meet Trump: report  The Hill (blog)
  3. Prince Charles and Prince William ‘refused to meet Donald Trump’ in Windsor  Metro
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The Latest: “Baby Donald” blimp flies over Edinburgh march

  1. The Latest: “Baby Donald” blimp flies over Edinburgh march  Washington Post
  2. Protests follow President Trump to Scotland — live updates  CBS News
  3. Trump plays golf in Scotland ahead of Putin summit amid Russian meddling claims  Reuters
  4. Inside Trump’s Money-Losing Scottish Golf Paradise  Bloomberg
  5. In Trump’s UK Visit, Some See ‘Infomercial’ for Money-Losing Golf Resort  New York Times
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Donald Trump taunts protesters at Scottish golf course as they tell him to 'go home'

Donald Trump taunts protesters at Scottish golf course as they tell him to 'go home'Donald Trump has taunted protestors while playing golf at one of his Scottish resorts after Liam Fox attacked those demonstrating against the US President as “an embarrassment to themselves.” Demonstrators on the beach below Mr Trump’s Turnberry resort in South Ayrshire booed loudly when the President and his son, Eric, came within view as he made his way around its Ailsa course. The President, who was spotted with a large entourage including 12 golf buggies and a small army of bodyguards, was greeted with unwelcoming chants of “racist” and “go home”.  But Mr Trump, who was wearing a white hat with USA written on it, taunted protestors by waving at them from his golf buggy. Walking to the edge of the golf course, a short distance from the demonstrators, Mr Trump waved and smiled at the demonstrators from the fourth hole before moving on. US President Donald Trump plays a round of golf on the Trump Turnberry resort in South Ayrshire, where he and first lady Melania Trump are spending the weekend Credit: PA It was rare glimpse of Mr Trump, who otherwise kept a low profile at the resort, where he is spending the weekend golfing amid tight security and more demonstrations. The President took to Twitter to state he would at the resort “for two days of meetings, calls and hopefully, some golf – my primary form of exercise!” Thousands more people gathered for a much larger protest in Edinburgh, where a 20ft Trump baby blimp that appeared the previous day in London was flown again. US president Donald Trump visits UK, in pictures Ruth Davidson, the Scottish Tory leader, sent a supportive message to marchers attending the Edinburgh protest and a gay pride event in Glasgow to “remember love trumps hate.” But Mr Fox, who welcomed Mr Trump to the UK at Stansted Airport on Thursday, argued that demonstrations were not the way to welcome the US President to Britain. Give us a wave, Donald! Credit: AFP He told BBC News: “The President has his own way of expressing himself and I don’t think the protesters were an embarrassment to the Government. I think they were an embarrassment to themselves. “I think that when you have the President of the United States, the leader of the free world being greeted with signs that say ‘go home, we hate you’, I don’t think that reflects the good manners and hospitality of the British people.” Police secure the area as U.S. President Donald Trump, wearing a hat with Trump and USA displayed on it, plays golf at Trump Turnberry Luxury Collection Resort during the President’s first official visit to the United Kingdom Credit: Getty Images Mr Trump complained the demonstrations made him feel “unwelcome” in London but insisted that most British people “love the President.” He and his wife, Melania, flew to Scotland on Friday evening after his meetings with the Queen and Theresa May were overshadowed by a highly critical newspaper interview attacking the Prime Minister’s Brexit strategy. The area around the Turnberry resort was saturated with security personnel, with police snipers positioned on temporary scaffolding. Roads into the area were blocked off and vehicles stopped and searched, while a police boat was stationed off the coast. In a tweet posted before his first round of golf, Mr Trump said: “The weather is beautiful and this place is incredible!” The President said he would leave on Sunday for Helsinki, where he is holding a summit with Vladimir Putin.  I have arrived in Scotland and will be at Trump Turnberry for two days of meetings, calls and hopefully, some golf – my primary form of exercise! The weather is beautiful, and this place is incredible! Tomorrow I go to Helsinki for a Monday meeting with Vladimir Putin.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 14, 2018 Although protesters gathered outside to vent their fury at his administration’s policies, he received support from some local residents. Demonstrators called Bill McGibbon, 74, a “fascist” for flying an American flag outside his house. He said: ““I like Trump. I like what he is doing. I also think it’s important we retain a relationship between the US and UK.  “I would like to see some British politicians stand up and say what we are all thinking.” Trump protestors on the beach near to the Trump Turnberry resort in South Ayrshire Credit: PA Asked about the hostility he faced from the protesters, he said: “They can call me whatever they like. They can have their opinion and I haven’t offended them but they seem intent of offending me.” Thousands more protesters joined a rally titled the Carnival of Resistance in Edinburgh, some dressed as caricatures of the US President and others carrying placards bearing messages such as “Dump Trump.” SNP, Labour and Liberal Democrat politicians addressed the march from the Scottish Parliament to the Meadows park in the city. Credit: AFP Richard Leonard, the Scottish Labour leader, told the crowds: “We are here today standing shoulder to shoulder, all parties and none, all faiths and none, standing together in this capital to send a message out to the world that Scotland stands united against Trump.” Meanwhile, police announced they were trying to trace a paraglider who flew over Turnberry with a banner stating “Trump well below par”, shortly after the President’s arrival on Friday night. Police Scotland said the stunt, which was organised by Greenpeace, was being treated as a beach of an air exclusion zone and this was a criminal offence. Donald Trump’s UK visit | Read more  


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Donald Trump makes his first trip to Britain

Donald Trump makes his first trip to BritainPresident Donald Trump said on Friday he had a very strong relationship with British Prime Minister Theresa May, having earlier scorned her Brexit strategy, which he said had probably killed off hope for a future U.S.-British trade deal. In an interview published just hours before he was due to have lunch with May and tea with Queen Elizabeth on Friday, Trump chided the “very unfortunate” results of the prime minister’s strategy for negotiating Britain’s departure from the European Union. “If they do a deal like that, we would be dealing with the European Union instead of dealing with the UK, so it will probably kill the deal,” Trump told the Rupert Murdoch-owned Sun newspaper.


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Donald Trump in UK: Protests today in London as "Trump baby" balloon takes flight 2018-07-13 – Live updates

  1. Donald Trump in UK: Protests today in London as “Trump baby” balloon takes flight 2018-07-13 – Live updates  CBS News
  2. Trump’s in the UK: Pomp, Protests and a Bombshell Interview  New York Times
  3. Trump, May don’t address searing interview ahead of meetings  CNN
  4. Nappy pin securely in place, Trump baby blimp takes to the skies  The Guardian
  5. James Ball Trump’s UK visit sparked protests because he’s anti-British, not because we are anti-American  NBCNews.com
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Donald Trump: Theresa May and I have 'very strong' relationship

  1. Donald Trump: Theresa May and I have ‘very strong’ relationship  BBC News
  2. Trump, May don’t address searing interview ahead of meetings  CNN
  3. Trump Set for Talks With May Against Backdrop of Stinging Interview  Wall Street Journal
  4. James Ball Trump’s UK visit sparked protests because he’s anti-British, not because we are anti-American  NBCNews.com
  5. The 3 Big Takeaways from Donald Trump’s Controversial Interview with The Sun  TIME
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The little bit of Britain that belongs to Donald Trump

  1. The little bit of Britain that belongs to Donald Trump  CNN
  2. Trump’s in the UK: Pomp, Protests and a Bombshell Interview  New York Times
  3. Donald Trump and Theresa May meet amid Brexit storm  BBC News
  4. Trump For Boris: President Tips Johnson for UK Prime Minister Ahead of Dinner With Theresa May  Newsweek
  5. The Latest: Trump views joint military exercise with May  Washington Post
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