President Trump makes his United Kingdom debut

US President Donald Trump

US President Donald Trump

"I have North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, I have the United Kingdom, which is in somewhat turmoil, and I have (Vladimir Putin)", Trump said as he set off on his trip to Europe which includes a meeting with the Russian President in the Finnish capital Helsinki.

The organisers behind the blimp however, said they were just "poking fun" and "hope Trump sees it".

His "America First" policies, including the decision to pull the United States out of the Paris climate accord and the nuclear deal with Iran, have brought him into conflict with Britain's leaders over issues of real substance.

Trump angered May and many Britons by tweeting inflammatory and unverified videos made by Britain First, an anti-Muslim group whose leaders have been convicted of hate crimes, and by characterizing parts of London and other cities as no-go areas because of a purported Muslim-related crime wave.

Following the incident and several other diplomatic spats, his first trip to Britain since taking power was repeatedly delayed and scaled back, with speculation it has now been created to avoid the demonstrations.

Tens of thousands of people are expected to march through London in protest against Mr Trump's visit and some of his actions during his first 18 months in power.

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However, media coverage may well be dominated by footage of the "Trump baby" balloon as it soars above the iconic Houses of Parliament for a two-hour spell.

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On the planned protests, the ambassador said that Trump appreciated free speech and dismissed as "irrelevant" a giant balloon of Trump depicted as a crying baby in nappies which will fly next to the British parliament on Friday.

The biggest mobilisation of officers since the 2011 riots is needed to deal with the patchwork of groups criticising the USA president's politics and morals.

It is not a state visit, so the President will stay with the U.S. ambassador in London instead of being hosted by the Queen.

"It's not about Donald Trump, it's not about Theresa May, it's not about Sadiq Khan, it shouldn't be about politicians", said Mr Liquerman.

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The embassy said these demonstrations were expected to attract large crowds and cause road closures. Donald Trump's private jet at Aberdeen Airport.

It pointed to polling a year ago showing up to two million people could take part in anti-Trump actions. It is estimated that it will cost up to £10 million.

After that, the president is slated to attend a gala dinner at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire before participating in talks with May at the Chequers country home in Buckinghamshire.

Mrs May will be seeking to improve her often publicly strained relationship with he U.S. president as she pushes for a post-Brexit trade deal with America.

He then travels north to Scotland where he and his wife Melania will spend the weekend privately.

The first Labour Live event has been organised by the Labour Party.

His strangest comments however came earlier this year as he spoke at a pro-gun rally in the US.

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