PRESIDENT Donald Trump could be visiting the UK in the Summer, with an official announcement of the visit expected within days. Trump was expected to pay a controversial visit to the UK in February but cancelled at the last minute in a bizarre spat over the new US embassy. Here’s the latest. When will Donald Trump visit the UK? Donald Trump could be on his way to the UK in July for a working visit. The US President’s administration is expected to make an official announcement within a few days. The working meeting will be a much more low-key affair than a full state visit. Speculation of a potential visit comes months after a meeting between Theresa May and Trump at Davos in January 2018. The President and Prime Minister agreed to finalise the details just weeks after he backed out of coming to open the US embassy. A No10 spokesperson said: “The PM and President concluded by asking officials to work together on finalising the details of a visit by the President to the UK later this year.” As the pair met at the World Economic Forum, they stressed their continued commitment to the special relationship and said they “like each other a… Read full this story
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