As a giant Trump-baby balloon roamed the streets of London, and the city erupted in massive protests, the real Donald Trump visited Windsor Palace on July 13 for his first official meeting with Queen Elizabeth II, along with first lady Melania Trump.
However, his previous comments about the Royals have been less tactful, including boasting he would have slept with Diana, Princess of Wales "without even hesitation", and saying "who wouldn't" photograph the Duchess of Cambridge topless.
There were handshakes, smiles and the United States national anthem was played by the military band as the Trumps placed their hands over their hearts. You don't see, like, anything embarrassing.
"She is a tremendous woman. And the way she's conducted herself for so many years".
Mr Trump added: "She is an incredible woman, she is so sharp, she is so attractive, when I say handsome - inside and out". Up close, you see she's so lovely.
The President and First Lady were treated to a Guard of Honour on their arrival at the historic royal residence in Berkshire.
Morgan issued a follow-up tweet meant to enrage "demented anti-Trump haters already working themselves into a steaming rage" over the interview, inviting them to avoid the interview and instead "put on your sandals, eat some lentils & smoke wacky baccy", adding: "But don't watch, it will only make you scweam and scweam until you're sick".
"Harry Truman was the first president that she got to meet and know, and she went through a whole list".
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Not far from the stadium, the World Cup Fan Zone perched overlooking the city was reportedly closed after reaching capacity. Questioned by authorities previous year over his testimony in Mamic's trial, he said simply: " My conscience is clear ".
In 2000, Stern asked Trump if he would have slept with Diana.
"She was insane, but these are minor details".
He also laid into British Prime Minister Theresa May, saying: "She didn't listen to me".
In 2012, after Kate was photographed sunbathing topless in France, Trump weighed in on Twitter.
Queen Elizabeth, who served with the Auxiliary Territorial Service and trained as a driver and mechanic during the Second World War, was coronated all the way back in 1953, and is the longest-serving head of state in British history. "It seems like everybody wants me to".
In the interview Trump broke royal protocol by disclosing details of his conversation with the Queen. "Frankly, they should think twice about putting him and Prince Charles in the same room".
Mr Trump was also asked about running for re-election in 2020, telling Morgan that he "fully intends to" and that he wasn't concerned about any Democratic candidates.