US President Donald Trump is in the UK for the last full day of his much-publicised visit.
The visit has attracted several protests and the President’s remarks in his world exclusive interview with The Sun caused a few difficult moments for Theresa May. Here’s the latest on The Donald’s diary…
AP:Associated Press Donald Trump is visiting the UK
Where will the US President visit?
Donald Trump arrived in the UK on July 12.
Here’s what we know about his visit.
July 12 – President Trump and Melania arrived in the UK and a black-tie dinner at Blenheim Palace took place in their honour, hosted by the PM. The First Family then spent the evening at the US Ambassador’s residence at Winfield House in Regent’s Park. July 13 – The President visited Sandhurst before talks with the PM at Chequers with Brexit and US trade on the table for talks. July 13 – In the evening they meet the Queen at Windsor Castle before flying to Scotland. July 14 – On Saturday the President is expected to play golf at his Turnberry hotel and golf course. July 15 – Trump departs for Finland for a summit with Vladimir Putin.
Reuters The First Lady Melania Trump arrived in the UK with her husband
Who is paying for the golfing trip to Scotland?
The British government has offered to pay up to £5million in policing costs if Trump goes golfing in Scotland.
Treasury Secretary Liz Truss wrote to Scottish ministers to inform them they’d foot any police costs.
The interim chief constable of Police Scotland, Iain Livingstone, said the force would need up to 5,000 extra officers costing around £5million.
The country’s new justice secretary Humza Yousaf said it was “completely unacceptable” to expect Scottish taxpayers to cover the bill.
Getty – Pool The Queen met with Donald Trump and his wife at Windsor Castle
When did Donald Trump meet the Queen?
Yes. The pair were honoured by the British Army’s oldest regiment the Coldstream Guards when they arrived at Windsor Castle to visit the Queen.
The Trumps arrived at Windsor at 5pm and were greeted by Her Majesty, who shook both the President and the First Lady by the hand.
She was accompanied by Lieutenant Colonel Sir Andrew Ford, comptroller of Lord Chamberlain’s Office.
The Queen has met every US President since 1952 except for Lyndon B. Johnson.