U.K. Security Minister Ben Wallace says the government hasn't made a final decision, but that Huawei should be given a chance because the British "believe in fair play".
US President Donald Trump (L) and Prime Minister Theresa May [Getty Images] The US president is also expected to meet Tory leadership hopefuls Michael Gove and Jeremy Hunt, and had a phone conversation with Boris Johnson during the visit.
Meanwhile, British anti-Brexit activists are "trolling" the president on Twitter during his visit, posting slides pointing out that President Barack Obama had a higher approval rating among British citizens than Trump does.
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He continued: 'I really don't like critics as much as I like people who get things done.
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"We're standing against those who treat them as enemies". "Not on my watch", he tweeted.
Trump told the Sunday Times in an interview before arriving that Britain should "walk away" from talks and refuse to pay a 39 billion-pound ($49 billion) divorce bill if it doesn't get better terms from the EU.
The mayor accused Trump of breaking with long-shared United Kingdom -U.S. liberal values, for example by "walking away from the Paris climate change agreement, rolling back progress on LGBT+ rights, and rolling back the reproductive rights of women".
Also featured in Trafalgar Square: a 16-foot-tall, talking, animated "robot" of a plastic-cast Trump character, sitting on a golden toilet, his red tie dangling into bowl, tweeting.
Police said more than 3,000 officers have been deployed for the president's visit. But the demonstrators have received tactical support from Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, who has repeatedly clashed with the president and who gave permission to fly the blimp.
A protester holds a placard telling the queen not to host Trump at Buckingham Palace.
Mr Farage said the president was "loving his trip to London". After all, Barack Obama's daughters did not attend the banquet in honor of his state visit in 2011, and George W. Bush's daughters didn't attend his in 2003.
"I think they are big powers over there, I think they have done a good job". I think those visits should be reserved for leaders who have done something and deserve that. I didn't see the protesters until just a little while ago and it was a very, very small group of people put in for political reasons.