Trump to visit United Kingdom on 'working visit' in early 2018

Trump to visit United Kingdom on 'working visit' in early 2018

Trump to visit United Kingdom on 'working visit' in early 2018

US President Donald Trump has accepted an invitation for a state visit to Britain, a spokesman for British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday.

The president may also cut the ribbon on the new USA embassy, the Standard reported.

He continued: "What I'm saying is: is this not the biggest insult to a democratically elected United States president?"

Donald Trump is set to make a scaled-down visit to Britain next year, it has been reported.

The Evening Standard, which is edited by George Osborne, a former finance minister fired by May previous year, reported that diplomats were discussing plans for a pared-down working visit, devoid of the pomp of a full state visit.

A state visit is still set to go ahead at some point, though no dates have been set in stone just yet.

The US President was originally invited on a full-blown state visit, which would include staying with the Queen in Buckingham Palace.

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The diplomatic source said: "There are plenty of chances to get the President over here".

Hundreds of thousands of people had signed a petition against the plan.

Since then the visit has been quietly put on the backburner.

The trip had been expected this summer, but the snap election as well as growing controversy over Trump's foreign policy have led to a rethink.

However a White House spokesperson denied the topic had been discussed.

In July there was speculation that Trump would visit his Scottish golf course and then Downing Street after the G20 summit in Hamburg, as part of a European trip that included a big speech in Warsaw. The offer had been extended, accepted by Mr Trump, and no dates had been arranged.

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