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President Donald Trump will make a full state visit to the United Kingdom between the 3rd and 5th of June 2019.
The visit, which stands as distinct from the previous ‘working’ visit in 2018, as a full state occasion would come as part of the 75th-anniversary commemorations of the D-Day invasion by joint U.S., British Empire, and other troops against Nazi Germany-occupied Europe in June 1944.
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The British monarch’s invitation to U.S. President Donald Trump has been accepted, Buckingham Palace has confirmed, and the visit will take place from June 3rd.
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State visits by foreign heads of government often involve a banquet with the Royal Family at Buckingham Palace or another Royal household, and an address to the Houses of Parliament. Unlike the president’s last visit to the United Kingdom the government would not host, but the Queen herself would officially welcome Trump to Britain.
Buckingham Palace and the White House are expected to announce the official date of the visit to the United Kingdom, which will also feature a trip to France for D-Day events, today, reports British state broadcaster the BBC.
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The June D-Day anniversary date was first made public earlier in the year, when the Sunday Times quoted sources who said it would be made official in April. The paper reported these remarks of an ‘official’ who said: “Logistically, it would make sense if the president attends a state visit [in the UK] in June because he’s planning to be...
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