Downing Street 'not aware' of any snap Trump visit

Protesters on alert: Donald Trump may 'sneak' into Britain within fortnight

British protestors opposed to President Donald Trump are bracing for action following reports in the British media that the us president is preparing to make a surprise state visit.

It was reported that Downing Street was on standby for a surprise visit by Trump, for which they could receive only 24 hours notice.

Mr Trump is crossing the Atlantic later this month for visits to Poland, the G20 summit in Germany, and Bastille Day celebrations in France.

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has been alerted that Trump could make a brief stop at Turnberry golf resort in Scotland as part of his second upcoming trip to Europe, The Guardian cited Whitehall sources as saying.

Slack also said the invitation of a state visit for Trump, made in January, still stands. But there have been reports that Trump may try to sneak in another destination - a secret visit to the United Kingdom that would allow him to slip in without facing the hordes of protesters who planned to greet him.

Separately, Trump's tweets about London Mayor Sadiq Khan in the aftermath of the London Bridge terrorist attack drew condemnation from across the British political spectrum, prompting Khan to call on the British government to cancel Trump's visit.

There are Trump golf courses in Aberdeenshire and Ayrshire.

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There's speculation that Donald Trump may look to visit Ireland in the next fortnight.

He said an invitation for Mr Trump to come to Britain on a state visit had been accepted and details would be set out in due course.

'We have to prove him wrong.

Facing the prospect of mass demonstrations he later told Mrs May that he did not want to go ahead with the visit unless it was supported by the British public.

This week, Trump has attracted fresh protests worldwide after tweeting a mocked-up video of him beating up a man with a CNN logo over his face.

In order to avoid protesters having time to prepare, any official confirmation of his visit is likely to be given only a day in advance, a White House source told the Sunday Times.

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