Donald Trump is set to visit the United Kingdom in early 2018 - but for a "stripped-down" trip that won't involve taking tea with the Queen.
President Donald Trump is set to make a scaled-down visit to Britain next year, it has been reported.
What we know is that Trump's visit won't have the usual pomp and circumstance associated with state visits, and won't be a guest of the Queen.
The Standard also speculates that the trip will be part of a wider tour, rather than a special visit to emphasise the "special relationship" between the USA and UK.
He may cut the ribbon on the brand new U.S. embassy - close to completion at Nine Elms, near Battersea Power Station.
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London mayor Sadiq Khan criticised the proposed visit.
The first real clue that the planned State Visit would not be going ahead in 2017 came in the Queen's Speech in June.
It followed claims that he was anxious about mass street protests causing embarrassment to himself and the Royal Family.
Mrs May invited the President for a state visit days after he took office in a bid to build closer relations with the USA in the aftermath of Brexit.
Prime Minister Theresa May's office declined to comment on the visit, and said its position on the state visit had not changed. "The Queen extended an invitation to President Trump to visit the United Kingdom and there is no change to those plans". You can be sure that Trump's visit won't be without its controversy, and the would be protesters out there are probably already shopping for yellow balloons en masse.