Donald Trump’s state visit to the UK has been confirmed for the start of June. The Queen will be hosting the Trumps and they will also be holding meetings with the PM (Your guess is as good as mine, who that will be).
Meeting the Queen, a procession down The Mall, and a banquet for 150 people – BBC’s @JonnyDymond explains what will happen on Donald Trump’s state visit to the UK in Junehttps://t.co/KG0oToPtUX pic.twitter.com/vwL434TFsb— BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) April 23, 2019
As you can imagine Twitter has some thoughts on Trump’s trip, and these are some of the best, enjoy it. He will be here soon to ruin your summer.
We’ve got enough despicable fuckwit politicians here without getting a visit from the biggest one of all. #TrumpUKVisit— threeheadedwriter (@mealygarage) April 23, 2019
The Queen preparing her greeting for Trump’s visit. pic.twitter.com/B52eHlM6BV— Amanda (@Pandamoanimum) April 23, 2019
Donald Trump’s state visit has been timed so that Theresa May can finally resign, triggering a general election following which Jeremy Corbyn will be forced to host him. Expert trolling by the PM.— Moose Allain Ꙭ (@MooseAllain) April 23, 2019
Haven’t we been through enough— Stew Barron (@stewbarron) April 22, 2019
Trump’s state visit seems to be part of a long-term government strategy to keep national morale at rock bottom.— Tim Walker (@ThatTimWalker) April 23, 2019
American here. We’re really sorry UK and France. We know he is going to say and do some dumb things and yes we are embarrassed about it.— Melly (@mphillig) April 22, 2019
I’d be willing to bet a reasonable sum of money that this timing is genuinely because he thinks the D in D-Day stands for ‘Donald’ pic.twitter.com/lSSntBDlXd— Dean Burnett (@garwboy) April 23, 2019
Can. Not. Wait pic.twitter.com/VLhfkj44ty— Janey Godley (@JaneyGodley) April 22, 2019
After Buckingham Palace announces Donald Trump state visit, the Queen sorts out his lift from the airport. pic.twitter.com/kcA27mH4MY— Have I Got News For You (@haveigotnews) April 23, 2019