Plan for Trump state visit sparks increased opposition
LONDON -The British prime minister's office says a state visit by President Donald Trump later this year will go ahead, despite increasing calls for it to be canceled over Trump's temporary ban on residents of seven majority-Muslim countries entering the United States.
Prime Minister Theresa May's Downing St. office says, "An invitation has been extended and accepted."
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