Trump may visit Britain next July

Donald Trump will reportedly visit the UK in July More

Donald Trump will reportedly visit the UK in July More

Now Sky News' senior political correspondent Beth Rigby has said a full announcement on his upcoming visit will be forthcoming within the next day.

Trump was due to open the new US Embassy in London in February but decided against making the trip amid reports it would be disrupted by massive public protests.

The Prime Minister had faced calls to cancel Trump's planned visit after the US President launched a Twitter attack on London Mayor Sadiq Khan in the wake of the London Bridge terror attack.

Downing Street has refused to deny reports Donald Trump is set to visit the United Kingdom in early July.

Plans for that state visit are still being worked out, and officials are looking at possible dates in the fall.

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And instead of Big Macs, fried chicken, and steaks, the White House kitchen laid out a rather lavish banquet for the occasion. The tally does not include Trump, first lady Melania Trump, French President Emmanuel Macron or his wife, Brigitte.

The officials said that Trump's July visit was being formulated, although no words have come from White House and the British Embassy in Washington far, CNN reported. Bad deal. Wanted me to cut ribbon-NO!

Theresa May's offer of a formal state visit to Trump triggered a widespread backlash from MPs.

Trump and May initially clashed in November a year ago, when the latter condemned her decision to re-tweet anti-Muslim propaganda from a far-right group, Britain First.

It had been expected that Trump, who is now hosting French President Macron, would open the US Embassy in London in February, but he claimed to have cancelled the trip because of Nine Elms' "off location" and the poor property deal.

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