The Daily Mail uses Trump's wrecking-ball visit to attack Jeremy Corbyn.
"Trump is not welcome in Britain", said Grish Gregoran, 58, a shopkeeper who took the day off to attend the protests. Indeed, British lawmakers from both sides of the aisle seized on Trump's remarks to warn May against placing too much faith in the volatile president as Britain prepares to exit the European Union next March.
He said: "I read reports where that won't be possible, but I believe after speaking with the prime minister's people and representatives and trade experts it will absolutely be possible".
Nor is his opposition to May's strategy without precedent: In less publicized remarks made late a year ago, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross warned Britain on Trump's behalf that it must strike a deal with Europe that "takes into account our commercial interests and does not hinder the development of a closer post-Brexit U.S. -U.K. relationship".
Labour's Stephen Doughty said: "An image of Donald Trump sitting in Churchill's seat will stick in the throats of many Brits who would consider Trump not only to be one of the worst presidents in United States history but also not even worthy of a comparison with our wartime leader who rescued our nation in its darkest hour". He also praised one of May's political rivals, former foreign secretary Boris Johnson.
"To say the president called us "fake news" with any serious intent is, well. fake news". And fortunately we tend to record stories now so we have it for your enjoyment if you'd like it, but we record when we deal with reporters. "That's all that matters". May pursued her strategy, the USA probably wouldn't sign a trade deal with Britain. But in a gentle rebuke, said: "It is all of our responsibility to ensure that trans-Atlantic unity endures". "I think it's a very negative thing for Europe".
Trump is deeply unpopular in Britain and has largely avoided London, where a large blimp mocking him flew above mass protests Friday.
This not the first time Trump has falsely claimed he predicted the Brexit vote.
In that interview, President Trump said he thinks Boris Johnson, the Brexit booster who resigned as May's foreign minister this week, would make a great prime minister.
Staff at Britain's Blenheim Castle were likely still cleaning up after a lavish state dinner Thursday when The Sun dropped the contents of its wide-ranging interview with U.S. President Donald Trump.
Murdoch is a Trump supporter.
Trump was interviewed by The Sun on Thursday when he was in Brussels for a contentious North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit before departing for the United Kingdom on his first official visit with Theresa May, who is keen to talk up a trade deal. "If you can do that with humor, you will get more attention".
"Let's go to a real network", the president added, pointing to John Roberts of Fox News Channel.
Humorous protests take flight in London during Trumps four day tour of the UK. Police worked overtime, their days off canceled.
Metro.co.uk has been on the ground in London today talking to protesters who were determined to slam Trump's controversial policies. "It was, I think, a celebration of the very special relationship the United States had".
She was responding to Trump's taking a dig at Khan's reassurances to the public that there is no reason to be alarmed.
"Paris, Nice, Brussels, Berlin".
"I used to love London as a city".
In contrast to the president's sharp words, Trump was hosted at a number of opulent events, including an audience with Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle later Friday.
Trump was greeted at the palace by May, whose government has been rocked by resignations from ongoing tumult over Brexit. And so they would - I think those folks would probably agree with President Trump. "I think he's got what it takes". "I'll give you a deal".
Trump also addressed his upcoming summit with Putin, insisting his behavior at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation did not undermine putting forward a united front ahead of Helsinki.
During his 28 hours there, Trump disparaged longtime North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies, cast doubt on his commitment to the mutual-defense organization and sent the 29-member pact into a frenzied emergency session.
But some Britons see the US leader as crude, volatile, unreliable and opposed to their values on a range of issues.