A Madame Tussauds wax figure of US President Donald Trump stands outside the new US Embassy in Embassy Gardens in south-west London on January 12, 2018.
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U.S. President Donald Trump canceled a trip to London scheduled for next month to open a new embassy, saying he did not want to endorse a bad deal agreed by the Obama administration to sell the old one for "peanuts".However, Trump blamed former President Barack Obama for the sale, saying he would not attend the official opening of the new site.During May's U.S. trip a year ago, she extended an invitation to Trump to make a formal state visit – which includes pomp, pageantry and a banquet with Queen Elizabeth.May's spokesman told reporters Trump was welcome in London and that the invitation to visit had been accepted, although no date agreed. He said the opening of the embassy was a matter for the U.S. government."The U.S. is one of our oldest and most valued allies and our strong and deep partnership will endure," the spokesman said.Many British politicians have voiced their opposition to Trump being granted a state visit, and say the invite should be recalled.
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