Anna Sheffer
July 12, 2018 8:39 am
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Today, July 12th, President Donald Trump arrived in the United Kingdom for a three-day working visit. In response to the president’s trip, U.K. citizens have been planning a variety of protests, ranging from marches to a campaign to make “American Idiot” top the U.K. singles charts. And one English farm also has a few choice words for Trump.

English newspaper the Bucks Herald reports that an artist has created a crop circle on Moat Farm in Stoke Mandeville that says “F*ck Trump” in Russian. The message will be visible to the president as he flies from London to Chequers via helicopter tomorrow, July 13th, where The Independent notes he’ll meet with Prime Minister Theresa May at her country home. The owner of Moat Farm told the Herald that the artist, who asked to remain anonymous, paid him for the damage to his crops. The owner said he was “completely neutral” about the president.

As The Russian Blog notes, the word on the crop circle literally refers to a promiscuous person, but it can be used as a general swear word as well.

In addition to Russian profanity, Trump’s visit will also be heralded with a giant “Trump Baby” balloon, which has been granted permission to fly over Parliament Square on July 13th. CNN reported that although Trump is aware of protesters’ plans to march that afternoon, he claimed citizens in the United Kingdom “like me a lot.” In reality, a Guardian/ICM poll published on July 11th found that 63% of British respondents think the U.S. president makes the world more dangerous.

We’re keeping our eyes peeled on Trump’s current visit…and hoping to glimpse pictures of that giant orange baby balloon, of course.

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