The 92-year-old queen arrived first and she stood for 10 minutes before the Trumps motorcade pulled up.
The queen noticeably checked her watch while waiting for the US President.
London's first Muslim mayor says Friday that many major cities, including Paris, Brussels and Berlin, have suffered terrorism attacks but that Trump has chosen to only criticize him.
It turns out there are no specific rules when it comes to meeting Queen Elizabeth II. "But where is the guest? She is just an incredible woman". "The Queen does NOT like tardiness".
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After winning the T20I series, India will eye to defeat England in ODIs as well under the captainship of Virat Kohli . The 28-year-old will work with the national selector Ed Smith, who was appointed in April following a restructuring.
But some royal reporters, including Victoria Arbiter, were quick to point out that he likely was not late.
But as they all stood together to listen to the national anthem, her facial expression turned grim....because Trump messed up, big time.
Again, Mr Trump appeared to be in breach of protocol as he walked a step ahead of the Queen. Melania Trump did not bow or curtsy.
After the series of events, they all went inside for tea.. His meeting with Queen Elizabeth comes after Trump was widely condemned by British lawmakers for comments he made in the same interview about May as well as on the topic of mass immigration in Europe.
In remarks that will likely further weaken May's already tenuous grip on her own government, Trump told The Sun, a British newspaper, in an interview published Friday (13 July) that her proposed "soft" post-Brexit relations with the European Union would scupper a U.S. trade deal. "I would have done it much differently", Trump said. Yesterday he also visited the Queen at Windsor Castle, while thousands of people assembled in London and Glasgow to protest at his presence.
According to CBS, it was the largest weekday protest the city has seen in 15 years. Organizers behind the crowd-funded campaign that has raised almost 20,000 pounds (approximately $26,400 USD) announced July 5 that London Mayor Sadiq Khan had agreed to let the group tether the balloon at Parliament Square Gardens.