Giant 'Trump Baby' to fly over London during US president visit
The orange Trump-like balloon which shows the US president wearing a nappy, is scheduled to fly between 9:30 am and 11:30 am near the parliament, during Trump’s visit.
#TrumpBaby on Twitter will lead you to images of the balloon.
As per reports, More than 10,000 signatures were there on the online petition requesting to allow the balloon to be flown over.
At first the Trump Baby idea was not being viewed as legitimate protest, but with the groundswell support of petitioners, the mayor gave it a nod.
Journalist Andrew Potter shared the image of the Trump Baby on Twitter:
Popped down to see a bunch of north London folks practice inflating the giant Trump Baby blimp they’ve made to protest the president’s visit. They plan to launch it beside parliament when Trump is here on July 13. It’ll go 30 metres in the air. #vicenews#trumpbabypic.twitter.com/NvY1fKbHEm
— Andrew Potter (@AndrewPotterNZ) June 26, 2018
Donald Trump visits London on July 13. Today a group of protesters inflated #TrumpBaby for the first time. They want to fly him over above parliament during mass protests against the visit: pic.twitter.com/HgxI0yh0e0
— Billy Perrigo (@billyperrigo) June 26, 2018
Massive protests are expected when Trump visits Britain next week, where he will meet Prime Minister Theresa May and Queen Elizabeth II.
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