Donald Trump-hating student mows colossal penis into grass beneath where president will come in to land

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A DONALD Trump-hating student has mowed a colossal penis into grass beneath where the US president will come in to land.

Trump is set to touch down at Stansted Airport to kick off a three-day state visit tomorrow morning.

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A British student has mowed a colossal penis into grass beneath where Donald Trump will land[/caption]

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Trump is set to touch down at Stansted Airport to kick off a three-day state visit tomorrow morning[/caption]

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The messages were written by Bishops Stortford A Level Art student and Upcycling entrepreneur Ollie Nancarrow[/caption]

In a field close to the airport is an outline of a penis with the words “oi Trump” written below it.

Near that field, the words “climate change is real” are written below a drawing of a polar bear.

The messages were written by Bishops Stortford A Level Art student and Upcycling entrepreneur Ollie Nancarrow.

He said: “Donald Trump and his denial of climate change are not welcome.

“I want him to be fully aware of that when he flies in to Stansted tomorrow.”

In May the UK government declared a climate emergency following two intense weeks of protesting by Extinction Rebellion.

Ahead of Trump’s highly-anticipated arrival, a ring of steel has been put in place outside the US Ambassador’s residence in Regent’s Park, with cops implementing strict safety measures.

An eight-foot-high temporary steel mesh fence has been placed on the road between Winfield House and London’s Central Mosque.

Donald Trump's 2019 State Visit Itinerary

June 3:

President Trump will land on British soil, and his arrival has been timed to coincide with the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

He will be accompanied by his wife Melania and his adult children, with whom he hopes will meet the Queen.

On his first night he will enjoy a state banquet dinner, with his wife and potentially his adult children and their spouses, according to US news reports.

The dinner will be held at Buckingham Palace, and he will meet the Queen.

It will involve approximately 150 guests who all have cultural, diplomatic or economic links to the US.

Trump will visit Westminster Abbey and lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior.

 

June 4: 

On the second day, he is set to hold talks with Theresa May at Downing Street.

The pair will attend a business breakfast with senior UK and US business leaders, before they hold their last joint press conference together.

Prince Charles will invite the President to Clarence House for tea, but the Duchess of Sussex will not join the rest of the royal family.

June 5: 

Trump is expected to travel to Southsea Common in Portsmouth with Theresa May to attend the D-Day anniversary events.

The commemoration is set to take place in Portsmouth, and the Queen is set to attend with the Prince of Wales.

 

Tens of thousands of protesters are expected to demonstrate against the US president in London during his visit.

The infamous inflatable baby blimp, which flew during his last visit to London, is also expected to pay another visit.

The Metropolitan Police said it would prevent the demonstrators marching past Downing Street from Trafalgar Square and into Parliament Square.


Activists are set to hold a “Carnival of Resistance” to disrupt the president’s visit.

Police and security units have been preparing for Trump’s visit by enforcing strict privacy features for the US president’s safety.

Up to 10,000 police officers will be drafted into London as part of a £25million security operation during the state visit.

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Up to 10,000 police officers will be drafted into London as part of a £25million security operation[/caption]

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Precautionary fences have been placed in areas near to where Trump will be staying[/caption]

Last year’s protests saw a giant Donald trump baby blimp flying above Parliament
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