During his three-day trip to the United Kingdom this week, U.S. President Donald Trump was scheduled to have a 15-minute meeting with heir-to-the-throne Prince Charles over tea.
In the midst of anti-Trump protests and marches in London on Tuesday, a woman approached the diaper-wearing Trump baby blimp near the Houses of Parliament and popped it, The Independent reports.
The Brexit Party leader also claimed the protests against President Trump were "absolutely tiny" compared to a year ago. The group was demonstrating against the president's state visit to the U.K. The protest included a giant blimp depicting the president as an angry orange baby.
Many paused to take pictures of a robotic likeness of Trump sitting on a golden toilet, reciting catchphrases including "No collusion" and "You are fake news".
"I wanted people here to know that people in America do not support Trump in the majority. and humor is my weapon", he said.
Mrs Trump is 49.
Mr Trump was greeted in the Palace gardens by Prince Charles, Camilla and the Queen, before a magnificent welcome ceremony, lunch and tea, a Westminster tour and a sumptuous state dinner attended by the whole family, bedecked in designer finery.
"I'm obviously going to be a minority today", said Metcalfe.
We were unable to find comparable aerial footage of the anti-Trump protests in June 2019.
Tominey added that a lot of people have questioned the wisdom of the Windsors rolling out the red carpet for the president of the United States.
But the President has sailed blithely through it all, entering the Queen's orbit again on Wednesday for D-Day 75th anniversary commemoration events with Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
The former businessman also denied claims he fist bumped the Queen as they greeted one another at Buckingham Palace on Monday.