Donald Trump blimp rises into the London skies, Fri 13th July 2018 – photos

Donald Trump blimp rises into the London skies, Friday 13th July 2018

Kicking off today’s protest against Donald Trump’s visit to London, a huge crowdfunded blimp has been lifted into the skies.

Urban75 reporter Phil Ross captured the action:

Donald Trump blimp rises into the London skies, Friday 13th July 2018

Today will see a large demo against the American president’s visit in central London.

The Facebook event page currently shows 63,000 people as going with 169,000 marked as ‘interested.’

*Friday 13 July London Together Against Trump protest** 

14:00 Assemble outside the BBC building in Portland Place

March to Trafalgar Square

17:00 – 19:00 Rally in Trafalgar Square

If you can’t make it to London there are events happening as part of the Carnival of Resistance around the country from 12-14 July. Go to the map for details: https://www.stoptrump.org.uk/events/

Donald Trump blimp rises into the London skies, Friday 13th July 2018

Donald Trump blimp rises into the London skies, Friday 13th July 2018

Donald Trump blimp rises into the London skies, Friday 13th July 2018

Donald Trump blimp rises into the London skies, Friday 13th July 2018

Donald Trump blimp rises into the London skies, Friday 13th July 2018

Donald Trump blimp rises into the London skies, Friday 13th July 2018

Donald Trump blimp rises into the London skies, Friday 13th July 2018

Donald Trump blimp rises into the London skies, Friday 13th July 2018

Donald Trump blimp rises into the London skies, Friday 13th July 2018

Donald Trump blimp rises into the London skies, Friday 13th July 2018

Donald Trump blimp rises into the London skies, Friday 13th July 2018

Donald Trump blimp rises into the London skies, Friday 13th July 2018

Donald Trump blimp rises into the London skies, Friday 13th July 2018

Read the discussion about the Donald Trump blimp here.

Chat about the protest on our forum or join in with the hugely busy What stupid shit has Trump done today? thread, which currently has over 8,700 replies.