Thousands of London protestors greet Trump with anger and British irony

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The US President and his wife Melania Trump were in Portsmouth today alongside the Queen and her son, Prince Charles, for the D-Day commemorations to mark the 75th anniversary of the Second World War campaign.

He took to the president's proffered communication medium, Twitter, to tell Mr Trump what he thought of the idea.

Around 2,000 people thronged the Irish capital's main street to urge the U.S. president to go home. "We love the Irish", he said.

Despite the attack, it doesn't look like the Trump Baby Blimp will be going anywhere anytime soon. Don't forget, it used to be called global warming.

The rain-soaked protesters then marched down Dublin's main thoroughfare of O'Connell Street before looping back around past the General Post Office.

An environmental campaigner who is a member of Extinction Rebellion dressed as the Statue of Liberty.

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During an interview with Fox News, aired on Thursday, Mr Trump also said people had noticed how well he and the Queen had connected. "This new relief will greatly aid Nebraskans, and especially our farmers and ranchers, as we continue to rebuild bigger and better than before". "I don't get intimidated by them fascists, ' he added".

Ivanka Trump, 37, and her husband Jared Kushner, 38, who both work as White House advisors to the President, were in attendance, joining US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania to sit with Her Majesty.

Police erected barricades to stop protestors marching past the gates of Downing Street, though the shouts and chants could be heard as Mr Trump met May for talks inside the prime minister's official residence.

The president's wall with Mexico has featured during public debate around his visit.

Another, in reference to his Irish golf resort where Mr Trump stayed overnight, asked him to "tee off" while others criticised United States gun laws.