Donald Trump's visit to Britain would never happen without incident.

But in the short time the US President has spent here, he has managed to stand before the Queen, clumsily holding hand in hand with Theresa May – twice – and offending her entire Brexit plan.

It is probably a relief for all that the leader of the free world has spent the rest of his trip safely in his golf resort in Scotland.

1) Wait for the 92-year-old Queen and the Prime Minister

The Queen is waiting for the President and the First Lady for tea at Windsor Castle

Theresa May and her husband Philip May are waiting to greet Donald and Melania Trump

Donald Trump could be an important person, but it was a bit rich of him to keep the 92-year-old queen waiting.

Her Majesty was forced to stand alone on the raised podium in the square of Windsor Castle.

Although the monarch came too early at the beginning of their meeting, the US president arrogantly came at least two minutes late.

This meant that the grandmother was forced to stand in the sun and wait for him.

It was the second time that he was waiting for an important woman on this journey.

Theresa May and her husband waited for the President at Blenheim Palace, where they arranged a dinner with black ties in his honor.

Fortunately, Ms. May was accompanied by her husband Philip, so she did not have to stand alone.

2) Donald Trump says Boris Johnson would be a great Prime Minister

Trump with Boris Johnson last year

Donald Trump said twice that former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson would be great at Theresa May's work while she watched sadly.

He was asked at the couple's joint conference about the compliments he gave to Mr. Johnson in an explosive newspaper interview in which he also assassinated the prime minister's Brexit plan.

The President said that he was specifically asked about Boris and whether he would be a good Prime Minister and "I said he will be a great Prime Minister.

"He was very nice to me, he said very good things about me as president.

"I think he thinks I'm doing a great job, I'm doing a great job that I can tell you if you did not notice."

Donald Trump says Boris would be a great PM TWICE, while Theresa May looks sad

3) Donald Trump and Theresa May holding hands – TWICE

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As they walked to the podium for their joint press conference, the President and the Prime Minister held each other's hands.

Whether it really is a sign of their close diplomatic ties, or because the 72-year-old president needed a helping hand, it becomes a habit.

Today's hand stops after the Donald Trump grabbed the hand of Theresa May as he climbed the steps of Blenheim Palace for a black-tie dinner on Thursday evening in his honor.

Donald Trump needs a helping hand

4) The president accuses the newspaper "Fake News", even though they reported exactly what he said

It was incredibly embarrassing

Donald Trump shamelessly called his own words "Fake News" when he denied attacking Theresa May over Brexit.

The squeaky turn came hours after the president claimed that Theresa May's new soft Brexit plan would "kill" a US-UK trade agreement.

He also suggested that the plan in which Britain reflects EU goods regulations was the "opposite" of what he told Theresa May "to negotiate".

He told the Sun newspaper, "The deal she's making is a whole different deal than the one people voted for."

Ms. Trump, who appears alongside Ms. May today, said the story of The Sun was "generally good," but missed out on his positive comments about the PM.

"It's called Fake News and we solve many problems with the good old recording instrument," said the president.

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5) Trump blocks the queen

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The US President met the monarch at Windsor Castle as part of his four-day "working visit" to the UK – and part of the historic gathering was to inspect the troops together.

In a weird moment as he walked beside her to inspect the Coldstream Guards, he seemed to have some directional problems – and BLOCKED them.

The blue-robed queen shows where the American businessman should go when he inspects the troops.

Trump then goes before the queen, with the monarch dwarfed by his large frame.

But the 45th President stops abruptly and blocks the 92-year-old.

6) Trump lounges in Winston Churchill's chair

Trump lounges in Winston Churchill's chair

Donald Trump sprays with rage and arrogantly poses in an armchair of the heroic warlord Winston Churchill.

Critics beat Trump for a series of diplomatic mistakes and said he was not fit to sit there.

The US president has lowered our NHS and PM and undermined the special relationship.

Labor's Stephen Doughty said, "A picture of Donald Trump sitting in Churchill's seat will pit many Britons who consider Trump not only one of the worst presidents in US history, but even a comparison with ours Wartime leader who has saved our nation in its darkest hour. "

7) The huge Donald Trump blimp

A Babytrumpfballon is this afternoon about demonstrators on Parliament Square

A massive balloon depicting Donald Trump as a big baby rose in front of the Houses of Parliament.

The six-meter blimp, in which Trump holds a phone while wearing a diaper, was given the go-ahead by the Greater London Authority.

The group that confiscated the dinghy said that while Mr. Trump did not see the Zeppelin in person, they hoped he would spot the Twitter-loving president online.

8) Donald Trump gives Piers Morgan a "secret" interview

"Eat some lentils and smoke a little wobbly," Piers told the critics

Donald Trump gave an exclusive 30-minute chat with Piers Morgan aboard Air Force One before the President flew to Scotland tonight.

The interview will air on Monday morning on Good Morning Britain on ITV.

The TV presenter tweeted: "I've been on some fancy planes in my time, but nothing quite like this one."

The Air Force One was detained for 30 minutes on the runway of Stansted Airport for the conversation between the two.

The interview is considered exclusive to ITV and comes less than a day after Trump's denunciation of Brexit in May at The Sun.

9) Panicked President Runs Off a Protestant Paraglider

US President Donald Trump was spotted flying over his Scottish golf course in a Greenpeace protest.

The paraglider carried a banner reading "Trump: Well Below Par" on the Turnberry course.

It flew three miles across the landscape of Ayrshire at 9:30 pm – minutes after Trump reached the course – before circling the lawn in front of the hotel where the US president will stay for the weekend, reports the Daily Record.

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Donald Trump's visit to the UK

Video Captures Intelligence officers notice the paraglider and approach the president.

The 72-year-old turns around and goes away. He trot as he disappears from view.


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