Shortly before landing in the United Kingdom he launched an extraordinary attack on Sadiq Khan, tweeting from the presidential plane that the London mayor was a "stone cold loser" who had done a "terrible job" and should focus on crime.
The president called the mayor a "stone cold loser", adding: "Kahn reminds me very much of our very dumb and incompetent Mayor of NYC, (Bill) de Blasio, who has also done a awful job - only half his height".
Trump had earlier slammed Khan before boarding the Air Force One bound for the United Kingdom and ruled out a meeting with the mayor because he didn't think much of him.
Khan called it "un-British to be rolling out the red carpet this week for a formal state visit for a president whose divisive behaviour flies in the face of the ideals America was founded upon".
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Britain's relationship with the USA is an enduring alliance, but some British voters see Mr Trump as crude, volatile and opposed to their values on issues ranging from global warming to his treatment of women.
Thousands protested during Mr. Trump's last visit to Britain, and similar demonstrations are widely expected this week.
However, the big London protest is tomorrow (Tuesday).
London Mayor Sadiq Khan, at the center of a continuing feud with Trump, has said he was not invited to the event but that he wouldn't attend if he was.
Trump's comments come as British politics remain on edge.
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In a video message, filmed for ELLE UK, he said: "President Trump, if you are watching this, your values and what you stand for are the complete opposite of London's values and the values in this country".
The Trumps also signed a guestbook at the tomb. Demonstrators are expected, including the possible return of a balloon depicting the president as a baby.
The U.S. delegation to the banquet may be large: Not only are the president and the first lady of course in attendance, but also members of his family.
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Netanyahu has a home in the tony coastal town of Caesarea; Liberman lives in the West Bank settlement of Nokdim. The Blue and White didn't stand a chance to form the government this time because it lacked allies.