Although politically and militarily Great Britain and the United States are some of each other's greatest allies, citizens of the Isle are not all that thrilled with President Trump as a representative of the USA, which was a thought process furthered amongst British citizens after Trump made comments on militant attacks in Britain, as well as his retweeting of a far-right U.K. party's blatantly anti-Muslim Twitter post.
While Trump is expected to have a busy schedule throughout his visit, there is at least one place that he will avoid: central London.
"Trump has gone to France, Japan, all across the Middle East".
Talks with Prime Minister Theresa May, a meeting with Queen Elizabeth II and a trip to Scotland all made Trump's schedule for his three-day United Kingdom visit beginning Friday. "If the president wants to do something, we'll make it possible".
Mr Morgan asked if Mr Khan would have approved a large black blimp featuring former US President Barack Obama, or an image depicting the London mayor as a pig - something which would offend his Muslim faith.
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Erika Miller, 36, who has dual British-US citizenship after marrying a Briton, said the protests would have no impact on relations between the two countries.
The ambassador added May had shown strong leadership and that the trip would enhance the special relationship between the United States and Britain. "You are our friends and we will be proud to march with you".
Organizers of anti-Trump rallies say they are not expecting any trouble at all - and that it would be very unlikely for any hostility to be directed at ordinary Americans.
"I don't think so but people are free to do so it is a free country. The challenges we face in the world are the same".
It's just been announced: "Donald Trump is coming to Britain on a state visit later this year", reads a Facebook event description for a protest planned July 13-14 that has about 60,000 saying they will attend.