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he had any just landed on UK soil for a state visit laden with diplomatic peril and the U. S. presidents was already courting controversy Donald Trump news is verbal attacks on London mayor city com on Monday calling him a stern cold lease that up to the mac criticize the British government's decision to offer a state visit to the sitting president posting on Twitter just before apple's one landed in Stansted airport trump rates not city Khan who by all accounts has done a terrible job as mayor of London has been foolishly nasty to the visiting president of the United States by far the most important ally of the United Kingdom he is a stone cold Liz that he should focus on crime in London not me , the president and his wife bus lady Malani up again with a ceremonial welcome up Buckingham Palace but activists plan to rival the festivities with a carnival of resistance and the trump baby blimp will also be back flying over the parliament and what's likely to be the most unconventional state visit in recent memory trump's already waited fall into British domestic politics in an interview with the Sunday times he said Britain should refuse to pay its fifty billion dollars divorce bill walk away from brexit talks if Brussels want get what it wants and that outbreak city and Nigel Faraz should be the one to conduct those talks trump also weighed in on he Britain's next prime minister should be the heartbreak city it's got his boat including former foreign minister Boris Johnson he favors Britain leaving the E. U. in October with or without a deal trump's also expected to use the trip to them on the top of British stance on China and telecoms giant well wait before he set off for the U. K. the president repeated his message but that was an opportunity for a very big trade deal between the two countries in the near future Britain prides itself on its so called special relationship with the United States Theresa may was the first foreign leader to visit trump off to his inauguration