Trump Won't Get Royal Welcome During UK Visit

Donald Trump 'set to visit Britain within months – but he'll keep a low profile and WON'T stay with the Queen'

The Evening Standard, which is edited by George Osborne, a former finance minister fired by May previous year, reported that diplomats were discussing plans for a pared-down working visit, devoid of the pomp of a full state visit.

It will likely be one stop on a tour of several countries, the Evening Standard reported on Wednesday, and will focus on global security discussions.

He will probably stay with the United States' new ambassador, Woody Johnson, and they got a residence down in Battersea.

Donald Trump is set to visit Britain as early as January in a scaled down "working" trip that would not see him meet the Queen or stay at Buckingham Palace.

The White House denied that report and May's Downing Street office said plans for the state visit had not changed.

Such a move would come in the wake of controversy generated by Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to invite Mr Trump to make a full state visit.

Being a guest of the queen has historically been reserved for a president's second term.

Almost 200 MPs signed an early motion opposing Mr Trump addressing both houses of Parliament, with Speaker John Bercow voicing his opposition to his visit during a session in the House of Commons.

So far Mr Trump has visited countries including France, Germany, Belgium and The Vatican, meeting world leaders including the Pope.

Her Majesty usually lists all formal visits for the coming year, but pointedly did not include the US President's trip.

"Exact dates for President Trump to visit have not yet been arranged", she said.

The visit may be timed to coincide with the opening of the new U.S. embassy near Battersea Power station, sources said.

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