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SOURCE: http://thehill.com/policy/international/europe/446435-trump-makes-state-visit-amid-uk-political-turmoil
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President TrumpDonald John TrumpHead of Trump's Council of Economic Advisers to depart administration The Guardian editorial board says Trump is 'not welcome' in U.K. ahead of his first state visit Kushner casts doubt on the ability of Palestinians to govern themselves MORE arrived in London on Monday for a long-awaited visit to the United Kingdom amid a turbulent time in British politics.The president will take part in the pageantry of a state visit with one of America's closest allies -- dining with the queen, meeting with other members of the royal family and attending a ceremony commemorating the 75th anniversary of D-Day.But there’s potential for tumult on the political side as the British government is in flux and Trump has been unafraid to weigh in on the state of affairs across the pond.Trump will meet with Prime Minister Theresa MayTheresa Mary MayThe Guardian editorial board says Trump is 'not welcome' in U.K. ahead of his first state visit Trump calls London Mayor Sadiq Khan Bill de Blasio's twin, 'except shorter' Trump says he supports UK leaving EU without a Brexit deal MORE just days before she steps down over her inability to secure a Brexit deal, something the president criticized her for when he visited the country last year."President Trump is in Britain at a time when the leadership of the government is unclear. It's for the good of her country."Trump stoked controversy during his previous U.K. visit when he gave an interview to a British tabloid criticizing the prime minister's Brexit plan."I think in general it’s wise for foreign leaders to stay out of domestic politics because you’re just going to irritate a large number of people who disagree with whatever you say, and you probably won’t move the needle in the argument," Mallaby said.But in the days leading up to his arrival, Trump offered his take on members of the Royal family, the next prime minister and Brexit negotiations.In an interview with the British tabloid The Sun, Trump was complimentary toward Meghan MarkleMeghan MarkleTrump calls London Mayor Sadiq Khan Bill de Blasio's twin, 'except shorter' Trump: I never called Meghan Markle 'nasty' Royal Family announces the name of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's baby MORE, now the Duchess of Sussex.

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