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11 July 2018, 02:55 | Myron Mathis
Protestors shut down the Dan Ryan Expressway during an anti-violence protest calling for common sense gun laws
Trump arrives in Britain on Thursday after a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit and thousands of protesters are expected to join demonstrations during his visit, including plans to fly a blimp over parliament portraying Trump as an orange, snarling baby.
While no plans for Mr Trump to enjoy a round of golf have been confirmed, a protest will be held outside the president's Balmedie course in Aberdeenshire on Saturday, and it is expected there could be demonstrations around his Turnberry resort too.
On Thursday, London mayor Sadiq Khan approved the request for the giant baby blimp to fly over the city near Parliament on July 13 at the same time as a protest will be happening on the ground. He has been very nice to me.
Here is what 20 people who we spoke to on the streets of London thought about the U.S. president's upcoming visit.
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.
As May attempts to unify her party behind her proposals, commentators said Trump meeting Johnson would suggest backing for his view that May's plans would inhibit Britain's ability to forge new free trade deals.
Those sentiments were echoed by Sarah Elliott, 36, chairman of Republicans Overseas UK. "So I think that symbolises how he considers the importance of her leadership in this country right now".
If the U.S president wants to visit a traditional London pub during his visit then he will be assured of a warm welcome in one hostelry. "The challenges we face in the world are the same".
The organizers continued on, "BUT people have been SO generous and supportive that we now have WAY more money than we can sensibly spend just on Trump's United Kingdom visit in July!"
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It's true that when he was Mayor of London , Mr Johnson campaigned to introduce tougher rules on lorry safety to protect cyclists. He went on to explain how the current political turmoil in Britain will work to the EU's advantage in Brexit negotiations.