This video from Britain says about itself:
19 May 2017
At the end of May, Donald Trump, president of the United States, comes to Belgium to attend the NATO summit. These past months, Trump caused outrage all over the world: dividing and excluding people, denying climate change, intimidating the media, phasing out solidarity,
We stand united in saying ‘No!’ to Trump, his policy and his European counterparts. Join us at the protest march Wednesday 24 May at 5 PM in Brussels.
By Will Stone in Britain:
Friday, April 27, 2018
Campaigners gear up for protests as Donald Trump plans Friday 13th visitation to Britain
However, it is understood that the long-expected trip will be a “working visit” rather than a full-blown state occasion.
Mr Trump’s arrival is likely to attract major protests. Even his supporters have urged him to stay away from London in an effort to avoid mass demonstrations, and he cancelled a planned visit in February after the scale of likely protests became clear.
Stand Up to Trump campaign group spokesperson Maz Saleem vowed: “We will put on a massive united show of opposition to him arriving in July.”
Stop the War coalition convener Lindsey German said “Friday 13th will not be a happy one for Trump.
“We can guarantee that he will face demonstrations from the time he lands until the time he leaves.
Trump to discuss secret trade deal talks on state visit to Britain, campaigners warn: here.
Together Against Trump has already called a mass protest on 13 July. This is a new formation which brings together the Stand Up To Trump coalition of anti-racist and anti- war groups, and the Stop Trump grouping launched by Guardian columnist Owen Jones. Both organisations have come together for a one-off national demonstration: here.
Campaign launched to get Green Day’s American Idiot to No.1 for Trump’s UK visit: here.