Trump canceled London visit, as he has announced a scheduled ceremonial visit to Britain, while he didn’t want to associate with what he referred a bad real estate agreement in which the United States Embassy is moved from the central region of London to the ‘off location’.
President of the United States, Donald Trump completely rejected the reports in his message posted on Twitter before Thursday’s midnight, saying that the trip, which was never declared but widely supposed to be done February, has been scrapped with the concerns that the leaders from the United States would meet with the worldwide protests.
The tweet posted by Trump wrote that, “Reason I canceled my trip to London is that I am not a big fan of the Obama administration having sold perhaps the best located and finest embassy in London for ‘peanuts,’ only to build a new one in an off location for 1.2 billion dollars. Bad deal. Wanted me to cut ribbon-NO.”
Actually, it was the administration of George W. Bush more than a decade back, which decided the relocation of the United States Embassy just during the widespread push for more security at diplomatic sites of the United States.
Just after the inauguration by Trump, nearly 100,000 demonstrators rushed on the London’s streets for the unanimity of Women’s March with worldwide anti-Trump rallies.
The group known as ‘Stop Trump’ said that, “Put the date into your diaries: If Donald Trump attempts to sneak into the UK to open the US Embassy on 26/27th February 2018 and also pop into see Theresa May at Downing Street — he will be met by a million of us attempting a citizen arrest of him for incitement to racial hatred.”