Massive protests have been planned for President Donald Trump's upcoming state visit to the UK, just a year after the giant 'Trump Baby' blimp sparked controversy in London.
and analysis from ABC News.
Organizers of the protests from the "Together Against Trump" organization told ABC News that protests are planned at Buckingham Palace on Monday, when the President wants to attend a banquet with the Queen, and on Tuesday when he wants to visit Prime Minister T heresa May.
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The protest at Buckingham Palace is entitled to a small event Tuesday, beginning at London's historic Trafalgar Square at 1
A spokesperson from the "Together Against Trump" group told ABC News that they are expected to take place in the country, but the event is in Trafalgar Square.
A number of Facebook groups, including the "Stop Trump Coalition" and "Stand Up to Trump," have come back to discuss his protests against his state visit toxic politics. "
" On June 4, thousands of protestors want to march to surround Trump as he joins Theresa May on a visit should never have happened, "a spokesperson for" stand up to trump "told ABC News. "We want to bring central London to a standstill.
Trump's last visit to the UK in july 2018 three controversy as protesters flew a huge blimp with straw-blond hair, at orange-hued face and out-of-proportions Donald Trump as a baby. However, it is unclear whether the "Trump Baby" blimp wants to make a return this year.
A crowdfunding page called "Bring Trump Baby Back" has $ 37,000 needed to fly the blimp. So far only $ 22,500 has been raised.
Despite this, organizers remain "confident" that the blimp wants to return, according to ITV News, although Kevin Simon's protest organizer said that "we only fly the baby if we hit the [£30,000] target."