President Trump's planned visit to the U.K. wasn't exactly popular among the British. A petition to prevent him from making an official state visit reached more than 1 million signatures.
He's still coming, but he won't be able to talk to Parliament, The Independent reports. Trump's visit was delayed until sometime between late August and the end of September. Parliament has a scheduled recess in that stretch, so Trump could avoid the embarrassment of Parliament's objection.
The trip had originally been scheduled for June. Whenever it happens, activists say Trump will be met with the biggest anti-racism protest in British history.
House of Commons speaker John Bercow faces controversy for saying he would reject any motion to have Trump address Parliament. He is facing a motion of no confidence from other members of Parliament.
Speaker Bercow just cancelled Trump visit to parliament. A proud moment for Commons. Racism and sexism not welcome here.— Harriet Harman (@HarrietHarman) February 6, 2017
But he had some supporters after announcing his decision.
Trump hosted British Prime Minister Theresa May last month. She was the first European leader to meet him in the White House. More recently, she called Trump's travel ban "divisive and wrong" last week.
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