The first day of the president's state visit went relatively smoothly as he was received by the royal family at Buckingham Palace.
Interviews with the president took pride of place in national newspapers this weekend, though Trump's controversial comments have won him little support from the British people.
The culprits behind the stunt were various anti-Trump, left-wing activist organizations and individuals who've long-called for the president's removal from office.
It was discovered a few months into Trump's presidency that he went so far as to have fake TIME magazine covers created and printed in the past to display in at least five of his exclusive golf clubs around the world from Florida to Virginia to Scotland.
Over 300 news organizations across the country participated.
"We will not be intimidated."
Donald Trump's foul mouth is forcing family-friendly newspapers to start publishing profanity.
"This particular photo was edited in a sloppy manner to make it appear the president had a mustache," the paper wrote in a post on its Facebook page.
The Village Voice was a writer's paper: "You could say what you thought, the way you wanted to say it."
President Trump's warning about meeting North Korea's belligerent threats with "fire and fury" sparked criticism at home and abroad.
While many people think the two are the same, the Daily Mail and the Mail Online are separate publications.
Past presidents have tried to silence a hostile press. Wannabe president Trump is following in their footsteps.
The Fox boss is using his press dominance to campaign against public broadcasters.
Deep in the twisted heart of Northern California, the "Anderson Valley Advertiser" makes a thrilling case for old-fashioned print journalism.
The newspaper is famous for its critical stance against the Kremlin.
The attack happened on Saturday night and two suspects have now been arrested.
Andy Coulson sentenced to 18 months over phone hacking at the News of the World