It seems like President Donald Trump will not visit the UK anytime soon as Trump reportedly told the British Prime Minister Theresa May that he would consider his visit only after he receives public support. The public protests against the US President's visit to the UK are still raging on so it is likely that his visit will be on hold for a while. He is not going to visit if there are still large scale protests.

According to the Guardian, a few weeks earlier, Trump's conversation with May regarding the issue brought a surprise to the British Prime Minister.

Seven days after Donald Trump's inauguration, Theresa May invited him to the UK. At that moment, May was the first foreign leader to visit him in the White House. May had extended her invitation from the Queen as she invited the then-new President of the United States along with his wife.

Trump's visit to Britain has been prolonged far too long

Trump had accepted the invitation for the state visit, but things never turned out well. It appears that the US President is not a favorite among British voters. Several British diplomats, including the former National Security Adviser Lord Ricketts, said that the invitation was unanticipated. He did not like the idea of Trump's visit, and he stated that it is impossible to revoke the invitation once made.

Trump has managed to gain a lot of opposers in the UK. Recently, Trump criticized the Mayor Of London, Sadiq Khan, for his response following the terror attack on London Bridge. The President said that Khan had given a "pathetic excuse," regarding the terror attack and it was not long after that when Khan had called the government in the UK to cancel Trump's invitation.

Jeremy Corbyn welcomes Trump's State visit cancellation

The Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, who stood as an opponent of Theresa May gladly welcomed the cancellation of Donald Trump's State visit. Mr. Corbyn took to social media and criticized Trump for his withdrawal from the Paris Climate deal, and he also wrote about Trump's attack on the London Mayor.

Many other people along with Mr. Corbyn recommended that Trump's visit should be canceled immediately. At the time of the London attack, Trump tweeted saying, "At least 7 dead and 48 wounded in terror attack and Mayor of London says there is "no reason to be alarmed!"

Mr. Khan was certainly not in favor of the President's visit and the Prime Minister Theresa May agreed that Trump's comments were wrong.