This video from Florida in the USA says about itself:
19 April 2018
Far more protesters than supporters lined the sidewalks at the intersection of White and United Streets. A handful of supporters were on the NE corner, but protesters were far more numerous, more than two full blocks were solidly protesting his occupation of the White House.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:
The visit that President Trump will make this summer to the United Kingdom is scheduled for Friday, July 13th. The White House reports that it is a working visit and that Trump will speak with Prime Minister May.
May was the first foreign leader to visit the newly elected president last January. The Prime Minister immediately invited him to a state visit, but that was very controversial at home.
Reportedly, Queen Elizabeth saw nothing in such an encounter, at least not so shortly after Trump’s inauguration. And the British population also protested. A petition against the arrival of Trump was signed nearly 1.9 million times.
Trump canceled a working visit to London late last year, presumably because of the threat of mass protests.