U.S. President Donald Trump's state visit to Britain has gotten off to a controversial start and officials are bracing for Tuesday when tens of thousands of people are expected to descend on central London for an anti-Trump march.
"We're sending a very clear message of solidarity to those affected by his despicable politics - and saying loud and clear that the U.S. president doesn't deserve the red carpet treatment", said Ajuub Faraji, one of the organisers of the blimp.
"Through dialogue like this we can ensure that our economic partnership not only endures but continues to grow stronger for many years to come". The robot caught the attention of passers-by with its recitation of catchphrases including "No collusion" and "You are fake news". "Donald Trump is childish, trivial, insulting".
The Queen gave the president a first-edition copy of Winston Churchill's World War II book, with Colbert joking in his Trump voice: "Look, thank you so much, but don't tell me how it ends, all right".
Trump has also said he may raise an unsubstantiated allegation that Britain helped spy on his presidential campaign, a claim Britain's intelligence services have deemed "nonsense" but that Trump has refused to abandon.
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Around 100 activists counted down from 10 to one for the launch of the blimp, which was first used during Trump's visit to London previous year.
The infamous "baby Trump" balloon made appearance outside of the location where the president is meeting with the prime minister.
In some ways, her talks with Trump will be purely symbolic since she'll soon hand over her myriad troubles, principally the Brexit matter, to a successor.
The president's visit comes at a particularly awkward moment for May, who announced her resignation last Friday and is set to officially step down as the Conservative Party leader on June 7, just a few days after the president's visit.
Notwithstanding Britain's enduring alliance with the United States, 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.
He said the protests typically tend to be larger for American presidents than leaders from other countries such as China or Saudi Arabia because the two countries are historic allies.
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When asked at the press conference to weigh in on Brexit, Trump said he believed it would pass all along, mainly because of immigration.
Protests in London began with the flying of a giant blimp depicting the president as an angry orange baby.
Another protester, who was dressed as a gorilla and wearing a Trump mask, said the U.S. leader was among a group of "populist leaders" who wanted to "overturn worldwide institutions".
Huawei denies that its telecom equipment can be exploited in this way or that it's an arm of the Chinese government.
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