Published: Wed, June 05, 2019
Worldwide | By Lisa Hogan

Anti-Trump protesters pack into Trafalgar Square

Anti-Trump protesters pack into Trafalgar Square

Cheeky Brits welcomed the American president with a penis mowed into the grass, petty projections, and protests.

The Labour leader spoke to crowds from a stage in Whitehall as thousands of protesters took to London's streets on Tuesday. "I really don't like critics as much as I like and respect people that get things done".

"I think Boris would do a very good job".

Mr Corbyn said that the United Kingdom was "in the midst of a debate about the future of our relationship between Britain and Europe and the rest of the world" but that debates should "encourage the protection of jobs, living standards and public services and reach out to people across the world".

"He wanted to meet with me and I told him no", the President said.

Certainly, tens of thousands of Londoners were assembled in Trafalgar Square by 11am on Tuesday morning, wanting the 45th President of the United States to know exactly what they thought about him.

Supporters of Mr Trump also took to the streets to back him.

Video footage from the scene shows a number of anti-Trump marchers shouting "Nazi scum" at the Londoner before throwing the cold beverage at him.

'This is the democratically elected president of the free world.

Anti-Trump protests are becoming a common affair in London - and whether or not they achieve anything in the long run, they are heartening reminders that people can knock up an excellent placard with a moment's notice.

Mr Corbyn, who refused to attend a state banquet for Trump on Monday evening, said he will join the crowd of protesters to "stand in solidarity with those he's attacked in America, around the world and in our own country".

The man said it is important for the USA to be in a good position globally, adding: "If there's a hiccup in America then it's a tidal wave in England".

Scotland Yard's Deputy Commissioner Steve House told the London Assembly Police and Crime Committee today the policing plan has so far worked "effectively".

The protestors clashed as the US President met with the Prime Minister in Downing Street along with business leaders.

But when Nick asked whether it was her business who the President of the USA should be, Ms Thornberry said "no".

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