Protesters in Britain distended a soundproof cover portraying US President as an entwining, nappy-weared orange baby on Wednesday, a trial run ahead of a scheduled flight during the state visit of the US President to Britain next month.
At the invitation of Queen Elizabeth, US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are due in Britain on 3-5June due to a state tour- a pomp-laden affair involving a wagon trip through London and a banquet at Buckingham Palace.
The so-called special relationship between Britain and the United States is one of the sustaining alliances of the past century, some British voters experience the US President as crude, turbulent and opposing to their values on matters ranging from global warming to his treatment of women.
The blimp welcomed the US President while he took a tour in Britain in 2018, in which de stated as an effort for making him feel uneasy.
The team made the giant distended informed they would let it fly again if a crowd sponsoring campaign can earn 30,000 for groups supporting the causes from climate action to the rights of women. In central London, in a park, protesters who cast themselves as “Trump babysitters” -distended the six-meter tall balloon.
Max Wakefield said, “Why pick on Trump? He is the most powerful bully in the world ”, one of the self-appointed “ Trump babysitters”.
He also added, “ his power is built on division and about trashing the rights of some of the most vulnerable communities. So for us particularly as people here in the UK, which has a close relationship with the US, he is absolutely public enemy number one.”
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan gave permission to the blimp to fly next to the Palace of Westminster in Central London during the previous visit of the US President, inducing anger from the US President’s supporters who said it was an insult to the leader of the closest ally of Britain.
While the monarchy of Britain makes the formal invitation for a state visit, the tour was approached by UK Prime Minister Theresa May while she became the first foreign leader to visit him after his inauguration in January in 2017.