Don Lessem of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania spent $25,000 to build the foam statue over an iron frame, ship it by boat across the Atlantic and have it erected in Trafalgar Square. "I did see a small protest today when I came, very small, so a lot of it is fake news".
Trump preceded his visit by urging Britain to walk away from the European Union without an agreement.
He said on Tuesday he had seen thousands of people on the streets cheering during his visit.
Protesters shouted, banged drums and waved placards at what organizers called a "Carnival of Resistance" in Trafalgar Square while Prime Minister Theresa May held talks with Trump a short distance away at her Downing Street residence.
May and her husband.
Trump's day will be rounded off with a lavish dinner at the U.S. ambassador's residence attended by the heir to the British throne Prince Charles and his wife Camilla.
Trump has been unequivocal in his support for Brexit, and harshly critical of May's handling of it.
Trump urged the U.K.to slip free of its European "shackles" and promised a "very, very substantial trade deal" with America once it has quit the European Union.
Washington has pressured its allies around the world to bar Huawei from developing new 5G mobile networks over security concerns about Beijing's ability to exploit them for its own purposes.
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Downing Street said Trump had been "courteous" enough to warn May he would be reaching out to her rivals, calling it "inevitable". For example, as royal blogger Gert's Royals pointed out, Colombian President Santos brought his children to a state visit to the U.K.in 2016.
The tough talk and unapologetic nationalism of the current occupant of the White House terrifies these elites as much as Brexit does.
The president and first lady gave Prince Philip a personalized Air Force One jacket and a first edition signed autobiography by James Doolittle entitled: "I Could Never Be So Lucky Again".
May and Trump will conclude the trip by joining other world leaders on Wednesday in the English port of Portsmouth to commemorate 75 years since the D-Day landings changed the course of World War II.
The Trumps and the Mays met shortly before the UK PM will officially resign from her position.
Susan Paxton, a Handmaids Against Trump activist and a doctor who specializes in women's reproductive health, criticized the President's appointment of conservative justices. Organizers have permission from police to fly it for two hours.
After she had stabbed the balloon, which has graced protests at both of President Trump's visits to Britain last summer and this one, she exulted that it was "going down, baby".
She continued: "Dear Mr Trump".
At a joint news conference with May, Trump predicted Brexit would happen.