Embassy warns Americans to keep a 'low profile' during Trump visit

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Americans, it advised, should "keep a low profile".

Trump arrives in Britain on Thursday after the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Belgium and will stay overnight at the central London residence of the United States ambassador, where a high metal security fence has been erected outside.

Talks with Prime Minister Theresa May, a meeting with Queen Elizabeth II and a trip to Scotland all made Trump's schedule for his three-day United Kingdom visit beginning Friday. Photos show the balloon being inflated Tuesday.

As reported by AOL, an alert issued by the United States Embassy to the United Kingdom in London on Tuesday, July 10, warns us citizens to "keep a low profile" whilst overseas in the greater British Isles during President Trump's scheduled visit.

Upon arriving he will travel straight to Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, where Prime Minister Theresa May will host Mr Trump and his wife, Melania, at a black-tie dinner with 100 guests and ministers.

The US embassy in London suggests he's not the only one who should do so: It told US citizens in Britain today (July 10) to "keep a low profile" for the duration of his trip-and to be aware of their surroundings.

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The planned demonstrations during Trump's visit have triggered the biggest mobilisation of police officers since the 2011 riots, with officials warning that it will put "unquestionable pressure" on forces. The issue is, "Do they have freedom to protest, freedom to assemble and should they be allowed to do so?"

London Mayor Sadiq Khan, a frequent Trump critic, gave his approval for the balloon to be floated, with a spokesperson saying last week that the mayor "supports the right to peaceful protest and understand that this can take many different forms".

"It's important for us to send a powerful signal to those who are resisting and campaigning in America that we are standing in solidarity with them", Rehman said.

Ahead of his visit, Trump said Britain was "in somewhat turmoil" as the PM grappled with a political crisis.

From the obsession with tikka masala to the office talk around soccer (football I should say, especially as you may be world champions soon), it was certainly a culture shock.

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