DONALD Trump is set to visit the UK again for a Nato summit, it was announced on February 6.
We explain when he is coming, where he is going to be staying and if he will meet the Queen again.
When is Donald Trump coming to the UK?
Jens Stoltenberg said in a statement “the Allies have agreed” to meet to talk about security challenges.
Prime Minister Theresa May said it would be an “important opportunity”.
Even though a specific date had not been set, Trump will meet with the heads of state in London.
The meeting falls during Nato’s 70th anniversary.
The White House has yet to confirm Trump’s attendance.
Where is he staying?
Official details of where Trump will stay have not been released, but when he travelled to London in July 2018 he stayed at the US ambassador’s official residence, Winfield House, in Regent’s Park.
Last time he also made time to play a few rounds of golf at his resort Trump Turnberry in Scotland.
Will Trump meet the Queen?
It is unclear if Trump will meet the Queen again.
The 45th president of the US met the monarch during his last visit to the US and they had afternoon tea together.
Trump had previously remarked it was part of his first UK visit that he was looking forward to.
When did he last visit the UK?
The commander-in-chief’s first state visit last July triggered widespread protests across Britain and saw the flight of the Trump baby blimp.
The visit, which cost £18m, saw the largest police mobilisation effort since the 2011 riots, as thousands were deployed to cope with the president’s security demands.
It also caused a political headache for May, after he gave an exclusive interview to The Sun in which he blasted her approach to Brexit.
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What has Trump said about Nato in the past?
Trump has not been shy about his feelings towards Nato and the Nato allies.
He has slammed the Nato allies for not living up to their spending commitments that amount to two per cent of their GDP.
Trump said ahead of the Nato Summit in Brussels in July: “Many countries owe us a tremendous amount of money from many years back, where they’re delinquent as far as I’m concerned, because the United States has had to pay for them.
“So if you go back 10 or 20 years, you’ll just add it all up, it’s massive amounts of money is owed.”