Published: Wed, July 11, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

LONDON FALLING: US Embassy Warns Americans of 'VIOLENT' PROTESTS During Trump Visit

LONDON FALLING: US Embassy Warns Americans of 'VIOLENT' PROTESTS During Trump Visit

But the president will avoid London nearly entirely during his trip, which has been characterized as an attempt to avoid humiliation over the planned protests surrounding his visit.

The US Embassy in London has issued a warning to Americans in Britain to keep a "low profile" during Donald Trump's visit.

The embassy advised Americans in the country to be aware of their surroundings, "keep a low profile", exercise caution if large gatherings are present, and monitor local media reports for updates.

The US President will be welcomed by the sight during next week's visit.

According to a notice posted on the embassy's website on Tuesday, "Numerous demonstrations are being planned for July 12 to 14, 2018, surrounding" Trump's visit.

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With tens of thousands of Brits signed up to take part in the protests of President Trump's policies, the embassy further warned that "several of the events are expected to attract large crowds and there will be road closures in connection with these events".

But Trump is unlikely to see many of those who have mobilized to protest against his visit. A giant balloon of Trump as a baby will spend two hours floating over London's historic Parliament Square, close to the houses of parliament, after the mayor of London gave permission to an activist who raised £17,000 ($23,000) for the cause. "We want to let him know that we don't appreciate what he stands for". Demonstrations against his much-delayed visit are planned across the country, with more than 55,000 expected to hit the streets of London.

A Facebook event called "Trump not welcome - make noise as he arrives" plans to protest right outside where the president will be staying - the US Ambassador's residence in Regent's Park - when he checks in on the evening of Jul 12.

News editor Gordon Robertson of The Daily Record said, "We have a great respect for the office of the president and affection for American presidents, but not the incumbent".

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