Ivanka Trump, John Bolton Booed by Protesters at 10 Downing Street

Members of the Trump administration were greeted by angry protesters outside of 10 Downing Street on Tuesday.

The moment came as Ivanka Trump and National Security Advisor John Bolton left prime minister’s residence ahead of a joint press conference with President Donald Trump and outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May.

A torrent of boos met the pair as they exited the famous residence and walked across the street for the press conference:

Even “Fox & Friends” host Steve Doocy noted the apparent boos, but Brian Kilmeade was quick to claim, “It’s not for Ivanka, it’s for John Bolton, and he loves it.”

President Trump and Prime Minister May were greeted with a similar reception as they exited 10 Downing Street moments later.

That moment may not sit well with Trump, who made a point yesterday of saying that he had barely seen any protesters during his state visit to the United Kingdom, despite news coverage highlighting them.

“Haven’t seen any protests yet, but I’m sure the Fake News will be working hard to find them,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “Great love all around.”

But some reporters were quick to note that Trump had likely not encountered many protesters at that point because he has been flying on Marine One from the U.S. Ambassador’s residence at Winfield House to Buckingham Palace, in lieu of a motorcade for the roughly three-mile trip.


  1. Being ‘booed’ by Limey losers is not surprising.
    Their country has been disintegrating for decades
    and their prospects are not hearty. It is a shame but they are weak. The IRA should not have given up when they did. They could likely have their way now.

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