US President Trump bids farewell to the United Kingdom

President Trump’s state visit to the United Kingdom has officially come to an end. The Queen bid a formal farewell to the American President and First Lady this morning, following their attendance at an event in Portsmouth, which commemorated the 75th anniversary of D-Day, they will depart from England, and head to Ireland to meet with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar.

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Trump on State visit to the United kingdom amid growing ‘terminal politics’ at home – ‘quiet before the storm’? Nope!

US President Donald Trump gets a banquet with the queen and the good china on state visit to U.K. despite ‘dissing’ the host mayor.

Trump Attacks London’s Mayor Just Before Landing In UK For A State Visit

Donald Trump started his day by insulting the mayor of London as he landed in London and ended the day with all the pageantry Buckingham Palace could muster, including a state dinner thrown by the Queen.

Trump calls London Mayor Khan a “stone cold loser”

Trump escalates feud with London mayor by calling him a “stone cold loser”

President Donald Trump just called London Mayor Sadiq Khan a “stone cold loser” — escalating his feud with the British politician and beginning his UK visit in combative style.

If anyone feared Trump would act undiplomatically during his British tour, those worries were realized even before he got off the plane.

'I'm on your side': Theresa May urges MPs to back her Brexit deal

UK Will Not Leave EU on March 29 – Prime Minister

British Prime Minister Theresa May has said her country will not leave the European Union on March 29, as originally planned, but said the departure wouldn’t be delayed any further than June 30.

“Nearly three years have passed since the public voted to leave the European Union,” May said in a Wednesday address to the nation. “It was the biggest democratic exercise in our country’s history. I came to office on a promise to deliver on that verdict. In March 2017, I triggered the Article 50 process for the UK to exit the EU, and Parliament supported it overwhelmingly.”