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Trump’s London Visit Will Bring More of the Same

Queen Elizabeth II invited Trump to London for an official state visit in June. It’s no surprise that people are already planning protests.
Source: Kevin Lamarque / Reuters

Donald Trump is coming back to Britain—this time, at the invitation of Queen Elizabeth II. On Tuesday, Buckingham Palace announced that the American president would be returning to the United Kingdom in June for a three-day state visit, which will include a commemoration of the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

The comes less than a year after Trump’s, , and a yellow blimp depicting the president as a baby.

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