The Queen, Prince Charles and Prince Harry will then host a state banquet in the evening, which will be attended by prominent USA citizens who live in the United Kingdom, as well as political and civic leaders. He also noted Britain's request for a trade deal, saying that he thought "there's an opportunity for a very big trade deal at some point in the near future, we'll see how that works out".
Donald Trump and Queen Elizabeth hailed the bonds between the United States and the United Kingdom on Monday after the US president was feted with a day of pomp created to bolster an alliance strained by discord over Brexit and China.
Veteran Socialist Corbyn, who has declined an invitation to attend a state banquet with Trump during the visit, said: "President Trump's attempt to decide who will be Britain's next prime minister is an entirely unacceptable interference in our country's democracy".
His decision to ask for a meeting with Gove comes after the prominent Brexit campaigner was the first to secure a United Kingdom interview with Trump as president, writing a sympathetic piece for the Times that praised his intelligence and plan to govern by spreadsheet.
The Trumps then went for tea at Clarence House with Charles and Camilla, before being met by the Duke of York on a visit to Westminster Abbey where the president laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
He has already waded far into Britain's turbulent domestic politics, where more than a dozen candidates are vying to replace May, who announced last month she was quitting after failing to get her European Union divorce deal through parliament. The day ends with the Queen formally bidding farewell to the USA president.Читайте также: The OnePlus 7 is now up for sale in India and Europe
But beyond the theatre, the proudly unpredictable 45th U.S. president is rocking the boat with the United States' closest ally, whose political establishment has been in chaos for months over Britain's departure from the European Union.
Those candidates include former foreign secretary Boris Johnson, whom Trump praised in an interview with the Sun newspaper on Friday, along with former Brexit minister Dominic Raab and interior minister Sajid Javid.
"I chose to mow the message because Trump especially, but many leaders from across the entire world, refuse to believe in climate change and refuse to do anything about climate change", Nancarrow told the Thomson Reuters Foundation by phone.
A short distance away, thousands of protesters have gathered to demonstrate against Mr. Trump. Huawei denies it is, or could be, a vehicle for Chinese intelligence.
After a day out with the British royals, the state visit turns political on Tuesday when Theresa May and Donald Trump hold bilateral talks inside the prime minister's Downing Street office.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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