Thousands of protestors greeted President Donald Trump's United Kingdom visit with anger and British irony yesterday, crowding London's government district while the USA leader met Prime Minister Theresa May nearby.
Pictures show thousands of people on the streets of London's Parliament Square with signs and costumes.
This past Tuesday alone, there were 75,000 protesters rallying against Trump in central London, according to Time.
The three-day trip is aimed at celebrating the "special relationship" between Britain and the United States.
Corbyn declined an invitation to Monday's banquet for the president at Buckingham Palace, but sought a meeting with Mr Trump - which was refused.
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Ivanka's older brother - and the eldest of President Trump's offspring - Donald Jr, 41, who recently divorced his wife of 13 years, Vanessa Trump, also attended.
Throughout the protest, Trump had pockets of support.
In 2017, Trump announced he would be pulling the US out of the Paris Agreement, a United Nations project tasked with capping climate change at 2 degrees Celsius this century. "I don't agree with all his policies".
Candidates from across the party including Brexiteer Dominic Raab and Remainer Sam Gyimah distanced themselves from the U.S. president's views after he spoke out this afternoon. The tweet came shortly after Trump landed in Ireland following a ceremony in France commemorating the D-Day invasion. But the protesters have been largely kept away from Trump, with roads closed around Buckingham Palace and Downing Street.