With national protests taking place today and across the weekend, it wasn't just the thousands marching through London that aired their views as more than a dozen Wisbech residents made their voices heard at lunchtime.
Hundreds of people in London have crowded under a balloon depicting Donald Trump as a screaming baby as protests across the United Kingdom accompanying the USA president's arrival got underway.
"But he is over here to do business; he's not the English Prime Minister". "She's a total professional because when I saw her this morning, I said: "I want to apologise, because I said such good things about you". The interview posted online as Prime Minister May welcomed President Trump and the first lady at Blenheim Palace for a lavish gala dinner.
Late past year, Ms May herself criticised Mr Trump for retweeting a message by a member of a British far-right group, and the speaker of parliament has said the president would not be welcome to address the chamber.
"Trump is backing Boris to be PM".
The diaper-clad infant, with a quiff of hair and a mobile phone for tweeting, was the centerpiece of demonstrations protesting Trump's policies on issues ranging from immigration and race relations to women and climate change.
In his Sun interview, Trump accused May of violating British voters' wishes with the plan and, for good measure, praised Johnson as an alternative prime minister.
Trump had words of praise, however, for former British Foreign Minister Johnson who resigned earlier this week over the soft Brexit strategy, saying Johnson would "make a great prime minister".
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"If they do that, then their trade deal with the USA will probably not be made". "That's all that matters".
May, for her part, praised the strength of the USA -U.K. bond. But in a gentle rebuke, said: "It is all of our responsibility to ensure that trans-Atlantic unity endures".
"She's a total professional", Trump said of May.
With its straw-blond hair, questionable face tan and unmistakably out-of-proportion hands, a blimp meant to depict President Donald Trump as a screaming baby flew outside the Parliament building in London Friday.
He then took a question from Fox News regarding his upcoming meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Trump at times drew laughs from some British reporters, who jeered his criticism of the media and openly laughed at his numerous boasts.
"We agreed today that as the UK leaves the European Union we will pursue an ambitious US-UK free trade agreement", she said.
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That's something I have to keep reminding myself. "That was the hardest part - accepting that I didn't", Williams said. The gorgeous brunette swept her hair back into her trademark bun, as she carried a navy handbag and white fedora hat.
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If May follows through on her Brexit plan, " that would probably end a major trade relationship with the United States", Trump told the Sun in the 28-minute interview, which was published at 11 p.m. here on Thursday night.
She said they would discuss "the real opportunities" on a USA trade deal, as well as foreign, defence and security issues "where we work really closely together".
He also told the tabloid that he'd shared advice with May during Britain's negotiations with the European Union and she ignored it.
Most of those protesting outside the Trump International Golf Links in Aberdeenshire, on the eastern coast of Scotland, were peaceful. One man was selling rolls of "Trump toilet paper" emblazoned with a picture of the president.
Arriving straight from a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit that was predictably contentious, the USA president has been greeted with massive protests on his first trip to London since taking office. Police worked overtime, their days off canceled.
Trump also spoke on immigration policy in the interview, saying that Europe was losing its identity and culture because of an influx of migrants.
President Trump also told The Sun London Mayor Khan has "done a very bad job on terrorism" by allowing so many migrants to come to the city.
Trump even appeared to hold Khan personally responsible for immigration in Europe, in comments that were particularly inflammatory.
"Paris, Nice, Brussels, Berlin".
During the launch of the blimp, Sky News interviewed Mayor Khan questioning whether the blimp was an appropriate form of protest.
And back in London, floating above protesters from Parliament Square to Trafalgar Square was the "Trump Baby", a helium-filled caricature of the president.
Chanting "say it loud, say it clear, Donald Trump not welcome here", tens of thousands of people came together in London to direct their displeasure at the US leader's views, ranging from climate change and immigration to chlorinated chicken.
He added: "I didn't think they put it in, but that's all right".
Trump arrived in Britain on Thursday after rattling a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit with complaints about the military alliance.