President Trump landed in the United Kingdom on Thursday for a four-day visit, where he was immediately met with protesters who condemned his policies. Trump arrived at Blenheim Palace in the afternoon, where Prime Minister Theresa May greeted him for dinner. The president also plans to visit Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle, and golf at his golf courses in Scotland. The president has a rocky relationship with London, having berated its mayor, Sadiq Khan, after an attack on London Bridge last year, prompting Khan to demand Trump's state visit be canceled. Tens of thousands are expected to demonstrate Friday against Trump's visit.

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