Published: Wed, July 18, 2018
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Trump walks in front of the Queen, sparks outrage

Trump walks in front of the Queen, sparks outrage

Donald Trump and the First Lady are about to have tea with the Queen at Windsor Castle.

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Trump replied: "I think I could have". According to reports, the Queen was seen checking her watch often at while waiting for him.

Spoiler alert: it seems that Trump's White House aides neglected to brief the President on the most important tenets of royal etiquette.

As the Trumps were meeting the queen, the indictment of 12 Russian military officers for hacking the Democratic National Committee was handed down by the USA attorney general.

Trump will not be meeting Queen Elizabeth's eldest son and William's father Prince Charles, the heir to the throne. The indictments are part of the ongoing special counsel probe into potential coordination between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation - a probe regularly denounced by the president. She is not known to show anger in public, and the only times most people have seen her show unbridled glee is when one of her racehorses performs extremely well in a competition.

US President Donald Trump and Britain's Queen Elizabeth inspect the Coldstream Guards during a visit to Windsor Castle in Windsor, Britain, July 13, 2018.

He told The Sun newspaper before his arrival that he was looking forward to the visit, complimenting the queen and marveling at the lack of controversy associated with her over the years.

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Prior to his arrival in the UK, Trump scorched her policy towards the European Union divorce in an interview with The Sun newspaper that shocked Britain's political establishment. He told Mr Morgan: 'I get along with him great, yeah. That's also where Richard Nixon met Her Majesty in 1969.

Although there were advance calls in Britain from some quarters to cancel the meeting between the queen and the Trumps, that was never going to happen. Priceless photo w Trump blocking her. And yes, the balloon was even approved by the City of London.

The teatime meeting with the queen lasted less then an hour; afterwards, the Trumps were scheduled to depart for a weekend in Scotland where the half-Scots president (on his mother's side) owns two golf courses.

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