Politics Trump Baby Blimp, Meeting with the Prime Minister & More Moments from President Trump's State Visit — Day 2 President Donald Trump's controversial visit to the U.K. continued on Tuesday with more protests and meetings on his second day abroad By Helen Murphy Published on June 4, 2019 04:11 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos Photo: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty 01 of 15 A Meeting With the PM Jeff J Mitchell/Getty On Tuesday, the second day of his state visit to the U.K., President Donald Trump met with Prime Minister Theresa May. The pair attended business meetings in the morning and participated in a joint news conference in the afternoon. "I've always talked openly with you, Donald, when we have taken a different approach and you've done the same with me," May said. "I've always believed that cooperation and compromise are the basis of strong alliances, and nowhere is this more true than in the special relationship." 02 of 15 Polite Greetings Jeff J Mitchell/Getty May and her husband, Philip May, greeted Trump and First Lady Melania Trump at the entrance to 10 Downing Street, the Prime Minister's residence. 03 of 15 The Prime Minister's Tour MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty May, who recently announced she will resign as prime minister on Friday, gave Trump a tour of 10 Downing Street. 04 of 15 Looking at History Henry Nicholls/AFP/Getty During their tour, May, Trump and the first lady were shown a copy of the Declaration of Independence. 05 of 15 First Spouses Jeff J Mitchell/Getty May's husband and Mrs. Trump attended a garden party for the families of staff members from 10 Downing Street and the U.S. Embassy. 06 of 15 Festive Flowers BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty The first lady brought a bouquet of flowers to the party as she walked alongside the prime minister's husband. 07 of 15 Business as Usual Tim Ireland - WPA Pool/Getty Trump attended a business roundtable event hosted by May at St. James's Palace. 08 of 15 Speaking to the Press President Donald Trump. STEFAN ROUSSEAU/AFP/Getty Trump spoke during a joint news conference with May at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office in London, where the two reaffirmed their countries' alliance even as they have split on some issues. 09 of 15 Even More Protests Dan Kitwood/Getty The protests against Trump's state visit continued Tuesday, including a protestor dressed in an inflatable Trump baby costume. The group “Together Against Trump” organized demonstrations at Buckingham Palace, in Trafalgar Square and vowed to march “wherever [Trump] is.” Tens of thousands had been expected, but an exact crowd size was not immediately available. “This is about sending a strong message that people in the U.K. don’t accept the divisive right-wing policies that Trump stands for, and that inviting him for a state visit is totally inappropriate,” the Stop Trump Coalition said in a statement. 10 of 15 A Golden Toilet ... Mike Kemp/In Pictures via Getty A giant statue depicting Trump sitting on a golden toilet was prominent among the protestors in London on Tuesday. 11 of 15 ... and Toliet Paper Alex McBride/Getty One enterprising protestor sold "Donald Trump toliet paper" to demonstrators in Trafalgar Square. 12 of 15 The Baby Blimp is Back Tayfun Salci/Anadolu Agency/Getty A giant blimp depicting Trump as an orange-skinned baby, which flew over London during the president's last visit, in 2018, reemerged on Tuesday during the protest in Trafalgar Square. 13 of 15 Protestors Speak Out with Signs Richard Baker / In Pictures via Getty Protestors in London held signs with messages like "Keep Your Tiny Hands Off Our Queen," "You Can't Combover Racism" and "Lock Him in the Tower!" 14 of 15 Dinner, Round 2 Chris Jackson/Getty The night after being toasted by Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace, the president and first lady welcomed Prince Charles and Camlla, Duchess of Cornwall, to the U.S. ambassador's home for a black-tie dinner along with senior Trump administration officials. 15 of 15 What's Next on Trump's Trip Jeff J Mitchell/Getty On Wednesday, the president will travel to Portsmouth to honor the 75th anniversary of D-Day. He will be joined by Charles and the Queen. On Thursday and he the first lady will travel to France.