The Marine One helicopter carrying US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump flies past the BT Tower before landing at Winfield House, the London residence of US ambassador Woody Johnson.
Dishing up a fresh dose of chaos on his European tour, President Donald Trump left behind a contentious North Atlantic Treaty Organisation gathering in Brussels and moved on to Britain, where a pomp-filled welcome ceremony was soon overshadowed by an interview.
The biggest protests will be on Friday, when tens of thousands of people are expected to march through central London and converge on the iconic Trafalgar Square.
1 NEWS Europe Correspondent Joy Reid talked with some opposed to the US President's visit.
"I also represent a lot of people in Europe because a lot of people from Europe are in the United States". French President Emmanuel Macron quickly disputed Trump's claim that North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies had agreed to boost defense spending beyond their existing goal of 2 percent of gross domestic product by 2024.
A YouGov/ITV Tonight poll released on Thursday found there is "broad support" for Trump among Britons.
Anti-Trump protesters lined the roadway leading to the palace near Oxford - but it's unlikely the Trumps even saw them.
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"He's fundamentally damaging the culture, the discourse, the rules, the laws", said Calah Singleton, a 28-year-old writer who turned out in London.
Despite a series of diplomatic spats between Britain and Trump, May is hoping for a quick trade deal with the United States after it leaves the EU. She also said that it's an opportunity to strengthen cooperation on security.
May weathered the resignations of her Brexit and foreign ministers earlier this week over the proposals.
Protests began in London Thursday, as President Trump arrived for a quick "working visit" in Britain. Trump is also arriving following a chaotic North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit.
On Friday, he will hold talks with May expected to focus on Brexit and Russian Federation, at the prime minister's Chequers country residence followed by a press conference.
Trump, who has compared his own election to the June 2016 referendum in which a majority of British voters supported leaving the European Union, complained, "The deal she is striking is a much different deal than the one the people voted on".
The President and First Lady are also slated to meet the Queen on Friday in Windsor. Trump's late mother hailed from Scotland, and he owns two luxury golf courses there.