Protesters have vowed Donald Trump will "not succeed" in spreading anger and hate while joining a 40,000-strong march through London against the President's travel ban.
An estimated 10,000 people marched from the US embassy in London toward Downing street on Saturday to call for Prime Minister Theresa May to cancel the visit following Trump's travel order, The Guardian reported.
In January, Theresa May invited the American president on a state visit to the UK.
Organisations including Stop the War and Stand Up to Racism were involved in organising the event.
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More were just upset by Mr. Trump's "take no prisoners" style of governing, even after waiting to give the new president a chance to show some better qualities.
Over 1.8 million people in the United Kingdom signed a petition calling on the state visit to be revoked because it would cause "embarrassment to the Queen".
Shouts of "No hate, no fear, Donald Trump not welcome here" and "Theresa May, don't appease a fascist" rippled through the crowd.
A protester holds a placard in Sydney, Australia, February 4, 2017, during one of several rallies across Australia.
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Another march against President Donald Trump's travel ban is taking place in the capital today, with thousands signed up to attend.
Hours after Mrs May issued the invitation during a trip to the White House last month, Mr Trump introduced a controversial 90-day travel ban.
"When a country is no longer able to say who can, and who cannot, come in & out, especially for reasons of safety & security - big trouble!" he said.
"The opinion of this so-called judge, which essentially takes law-enforcement away from our country, is ridiculous and will be overturned!"
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