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Trump meets w/ PM Theresa May, not Farage or Corbyn

After a state banquet last night at Buckingham Palace, President Trump turned to business today in London. Hosting a business roundtable followed by a final press conference with outgoing UK Prime Minister Theresa May, Trump cracked jokes about May's departure and some of her potential successors. But Day 2 of his state visit did not go without hiccups – protesters took over London's Trafalgar Square and flew a mocking Baby Trump balloon. RT America’s Manila Chan chats with former MP George Galloway to unpack the developments. China issued a travel warning about visiting the United States as the trade dispute between both countries intensifies. This, as the country’s foreign ministry criticizes US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for comments he made regarding the 30th anniversary of the bloody Tiananmen Square protest. RT’s John Huddy has the story. The White House last night claimed a key legal victory, with a federal judge striking down a challenge to the emergency funding for President Trump's border wall plan. For more on this, RT America’s Manila Chan is joined by immigration attorney Allen Orr and conservative talk show host Steve Malzberg.

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