He'll have tea with the Queen tomorrow.
Donald Trump just touched down in the UK, and protests, including the flying of an orange blimp depicting Trump as a crying baby, have been planned for the duration of his visit. The President's itinerary appears to have been scheduled with the demonstrations in mind, as he will be avoiding the capital as much as possible. Instead, he'll have tea with the Queen at Windsor Castle, will tour Blenheim Palace, the 18th-century home where Winston Churchill grew up, and will attend an event at Chequers, the Prime Minister's official country residence.
Keep reading for more photos of the protests.
Dean: If you read all of the articles on Yahoo, you would have to read 20 articles to get to the one that says Ford's alleged fourth witness has not only said she was at no such party, she doesn't even know Kavanaugh. That witness, 12-13 years old at the time, is an admitted family friend of Ford's and still did not corroborate Ford's story. That makes Ford 0 for 4 on her claimed witnesses and it makes several times her story has changed, from 4 in the room, to two in the room, to four males at the party besides her, another female besides her at the party (the one who neither knows Kavanaugh nor was at any such party), three males and one other female for 5 at the party, and of course the fact the therapist notes agree with none of her claims.