One UK official, who helped plan the state visit, said: “It was very, very clear Trump loved the Queen. According to the insider the possibility of President Trump staying at the Palace was thoroughly looked into but “it couldn’t work”.
Speaking to the Telegraph, the UK official added: “We went to the point of saying to the Palace ‘can you tell us which rooms are undergoing refurbishment’. This included his wife Melania, as well his four adult children Ivanka, Donald Jr, Eric and Tiffany.
As a gift from Number 10, a genealogist traced Mr Trump ’s entire Scottish ancestry. He was then given the full Scottish family tree was presented to the president with a flourish along with a sample of what was quickly named Trump tartan”.
Tap to bring up your browser menu and select 'Add to home screen' to pin the News web app Queen Elizabeth II is one global figure who is well-respected across the world and is given the highest level of protocol by everyone.
Cohen during a debate before the election night had come head-to-head with Nigel Garage who claimed that Trump had “great affection” for Her Majesty. “I have watched as we landed, and people were standing outside in the rain, waiting for us to come out,” he continued.
Earlier, the president and first lady Melania Trump defied protocol when they greeted the queen : They did not bow or curtsy, but instead opted to simply shake hands. Arrive before her, don’t speak unless spoken to or sit or eat until she has, and never turn your back or leave before she does.
HM has met with every sitting president since ascending to the throne in 1952, except Lyndon Johnson. Queen Elizabeth II addressed Great Britain about the novel coronavirus on Sunday in a televised speech that was at once straightforward and inspirational, without a word of blame or self-aggrandizement.
“This time we join with all nations across the globe in a common endeavor, using the great advances of science and our instinctive compassion to heal. She also thanked health care workers and sought to reassure people who are understandably afraid.
But when Trump addressed the nation about the pandemic from the Oval Office on March 11, he seemed unprepared, and his remarks immediately were clarified. She and her sister spoke on the radio to children being evacuated from England to escape German Luftwaffe bombing.
The 93-year-old Queen was filmed warmly greeting Trump alongside her eldest son, heir to the throne Prince Charles, and his wife, Camilla. After a brief chat, the monarch catches her only daughter standing awkwardly at the doorway, having missed the official greeting line.
Upon their arrival in the NATO reception, the US President and the First Lady were greeted by Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, and Camilla, marking their second State visit this year after their trip to the palace in June. A video of the meeting shows both the President and Melania opting for handshakes instead of a traditional bow or curtsy.
This photo of them sharing a hug and a kiss on the cheek was taken at the duchess' home, Clarence House, shortly before the palace reception that evening. During their State visit in June, the couple again opted for handshakes instead of a bow or curtsy while greeting the royals.
According to White House protocol documents from the Ford administration, the Queen doesn't always expect Americans to follow this rule. In the aftermath of U.S. President Donald Trump ’s state visit to the U.K., France, and Ireland in June 2019, some of his supporters began sharing a meme that appeared to contain glowing praise for the 45th president, provided by none other than Queen Elizabeth II.
The meme contained a photograph of Trump and Her Majesty sitting next to one another, along with the following quotation: The “In Trump We Trust” Facebook page provided the following additional context for the purported quotation: “UK reporter says executives scrapped entire interview with Queen Elizabeth after she repeatedly praised President Trump.” That post was removed on 7 June, but an archived version can be viewed here.
Those claims originated with a 4 June post on the notorious /pol/ section of the online forum 4chan, a frequent source of hyper-partisan misinformation. Was just involved in an exclusive interview with the Queen, but the execs at my company decided not to air it because she praised Trump so fucking much.
It was literally impossible to edit and not make it look like total garbage. There was no factual basis to this story, and the remarks attributed to Elizabeth were fabricated.
U.S. President Donald Trump with Queen Elizabeth II, inspects the Guard of Honor at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England. U.S. President Donald Trump with Queen Elizabeth II, inspects the Guard of Honor at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England.
(Photo by Chris Jackson / POOL / Getty Images) (Photo credit should read CHRIS JACKSON/AFP/Getty Images) U.S. President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump, with Queen Elizabeth II, stand during an arrival ceremony with the Guard of Honor at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England, Friday, July 13, 2018.
Many people disagree with his policies that include migrant family separation, discrimination of transgender military personnel and changes to laws protecting women's sexual health. A six-meter high cartoon baby blimp of U.S. President Donald Trump hovers next to the statue of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, as it is flown as a protest against his visit, in Parliament Square in London, England, Friday, July 13, 2018.
U.S. President Donald Trump, left, gestures while speaking during their meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May, right, at Cheers, in Buckingham shire, England, Friday, July 13, 2018. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May (R) US President Donald Trump (C) and his wife US First Lady Melania Trump (L) stand on steps in the Great Court watching and listening to the bands of the Scots, Irish and Welsh Guards perform a ceremonial welcome as they arrive for a black-tie dinner with business leaders at Blenheim Palace, west of London, on July 12, 2018, on the first day of President Trump's visit to the UK.