Melania Trump will arrive in England from Brussels today with Donald Trump ahead of a visit which will be marked by protests, a "Go Home" van driving around Westminster - and a six-metre tall orange inflatable baby.
"I shouldn't be the arbiter, as a politician, of what's in good taste or bad taste, what's important is it to be peaceful, and for it to be safe", he said.
The British government on Thursday published its long-awaited Brexit blueprint aimed at restarting stalled talks with the European Union, only for it to be panned by eurosceptics, the City of London and the USA president.
"I guess when they put out blimps to make me feel unwelcome, no reason for me to go to London", he said.
He said "the deal she is striking is a much different deal than the one the people voted on".
Hours before President Donald Trump meets Queen Elizabeth II for tea, he lavished praise on the 92-year-old monarch - describing her as a "tremendous woman", according to a report.
May likewise glossed over the comments in the Sun.
May has said Trump's visit is an opportunity to boost trade links between the United States and the UK amid Britain leaving the European Union.
Ms Thornberry added: 'I don't trust her to stand up for our country when it comes to President Trump.
An activist group was given permission to fly the blimp over London during Trump's visit, which will reportedly be met with up to 200,000 protestors in the streets.
U.S. President Donald Trump (R) speaks to Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May during in a working dinner meeting at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation headquarters during a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit of heads of state and government in Brussels, Belgium, May 25, 2017.
He also told the tabloid that he'd shared advice with May during Britain's negotiations with the European Union and she ignored it.
"Trump's policies are akin to Nazi Germany in terms of separating children from their families", said Patel, wearing a T-shirt reading, "Do I look illegal?"
Blenheim Palace is the birthplace of Winston Churchill, for whom Trump has expressed admiration.
After spending the night at the USA ambassador's official residence in Regent's Park, London, the United States president will join the Theresa May at a military base on Friday to view a joint counter-terrorism exercise involving UK and U.S. special forces.
A number of protests against his visit are taking place. Khan, London's first Muslim mayor, has been targeted by the president repeatedly on Twitter.
"We will do a trade deal with them and with others around the world", May said.
As he has done in the past, Trump also targeted London Mayor Sadiq Khan - who approved the protesters' plan to fly a Trump blimp.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders issued a statement after the interview was published, saying Trump "likes and respects Prime Minister May very much".
Khan told BBC Radio Friday, "The idea that you can blame (a rise in crime) on immigration from Africa is I think preposterous and we should call him out when he does so".
Trump's comments delivered a blow for May who is already fighting for her political life after announcing her plan on Brexit to her cabinet last week.