"She likes him better," former White House photographer said, posting a photo of Queen Elizabeth II meeting with former President Barack Obama.
Woman records herself attacking blimp in Central London before declaring Trump the "best president ever"
Locals in Doonbeg, Ireland are rolling out the welcome mat for "godsend" President Donald Trump, who is credited with creating jobs in the village.
Around 20 Trump supporters were sequestered in a bar near Trafalgar Square by police as confrontations broke out between marchers.
Trump branded Sadiq Khan a "stone cold loser" before he even touched down to begin his state visit on Monday.
The first day of the president's state visit went relatively smoothly as he was received by the royal family at Buckingham Palace.
Tens of thousands of people are expected to hit the streets of London on Tuesday to show the world how they feel about President Donald Trump, including Americans living abroad.
However, if former first lady Michelle Obama is correct, the Queen herself isn't too fussed about the rules.
The Queen approved every minute detail of the opulent dinner.
President Donald Trump arrived in London, England on Monday for his three-day trip to Britain.
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.
Full list of events Trump is scheduled to attend during his visit to the U.K.
Not everyone will be waving "Dump Trump" placards when the president comes to stay.
A special video for a special relationship.
"A lot of people have been very critical of President Trump, including me on occasion," Prime Minister Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said.
Mattis is the first Pentagon chief to visit China since 2014.
Despite strong feelings against the president in Britain after a twitterstorm, plans for a visit to the U.K. remain unchanged.
A poll in March found that 60 percent of the British public disapproved of Trump, while just 18 percent backed him.
President Donald Trump said that Russia and the U.S. should have a dialogue.
John Bercow said that "opposition to racism and sexism" was important to uphold in the House of Commons.
Labour's Emily Thornberry said Britain needs 'a Prime Minister who is prepared to tell [Trump] to stop.'