President of the United States Donald Trump postponed his visit to Britain, which was supposed to take place in the second half of 2017. This is reported by The Guardian, referring to sources.
According to the information, the US president informed Theresa May on his decision by phone. The publication notes that the reason is the concern that during a visit to the UK there will be protests against the US president. He will be ready to visit London when the British nation supports his arrival.
Official confirmation of this information was not received.
At the same time, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said he sees no reason to cancel the visit. White House spokesman Sean Spicer said that Trump still intends to make a visit.
Earlier it was reported that Donald Trump was going to visit London after the June 4 terrorist attacks.