President Trump told British Prime Minister Theresa May that does not want to go forward with a planned state visit to the U.K. until the public supports him coming.
According to The Guardian, Trump told May in a recent phone call that he did not want to make the trip if there were going to be large-scale protests.
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The source of The Guardian‘s report claims that May was surprised by Trump’s statement.
If he’s waiting for large public support from U.K. citizens, Trump may be waiting a long time. In February, Parliament debated a petition calling for the government to prevent Trump from making his state visit. The petition was signed by more than 1.8 million U.K. citizens. Read more…
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