Palace fears that US President Trump could embarrass her Majesty tomorrow at a state banquet. Apparently, Trump has some shocking opinion concerning Brexit.
While Royal family members have to remain neutral when it comes to politics, it is feared that the US President won’t be silent on tomorrow’s gathering. Mr. Trump might praise the UK for its decision to leave the EU, and as a source is telling: “We’ve learnt that asking them to steer the President of a subject tends to have the opposite effect.”
However, palace officials insist that the Queen will be “more than capable” of dealing with controversial conversations.
According to a source: “We are not in the business of telling a foreign leader what they can and cannot say for political reasons.”
This is not a first meeting between the US leader and her Majesty. The two of them had an afternoon tea during his UK visit last summer.
The fears come after the Republican leader urged the next Prime Minister should refuse to pay the £39billion Brexit divorce bill if Brussels does not make concessions.
During a throwback interview, the US President claimed it was not too late for Britain to “sue” the EU. He added that he could give the UK more “ammunition” in upcoming Brexit talks. Trump also said he wants to secure a free trade deal.
He also called on the Government to stop procrastinating Brexit and said Boris Johnson would make an “excellent” Prime Minister.
According to Trump, Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage should be a part of EU negotiations.
The leader said: “I like Nigel a lot. He has a lot to offer.
“He is a very smart person. They won’t bring him in.
“Think how well they would do if they did. They just haven’t figured that out yet.”
The US President will arrive in the UK tomorrow for his first official state visit as US President.
He will be in the country for three days together with his wife Melania and his children. The Trumps will be greeted by high-profile members of the Royal Family and politicians.
His schedule includes a state banquet, tea with Prince Charles and Camilla at Clarence House, talks with Prime Minister Theresa May and an event in Portsmouth to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
The leader will also meet other senior royals including Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
Earlier reporters claim that Mr Trump will not ride up The Mall to Buckingham Palace with Her Majesty as security officials have warned it would be a “nightmare” to police.