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Protesters march to Buckingham Palace as NATO leaders attend reception

A protester holds a placard at a demonstration during US President Donald Trump's visit for NATO summit, in London, Britain December 3, 2019. (Photo by Reuters)

Several hundred protesters gathered in London's Trafalgar Square on Tuesday in protest against NATO and US President Donald Trump.

Holding placards reading: "Dump Trump" and "No to racism, no to Trump" protesters marched to Buckingham Palace where NATO leaders were gathering for a reception.

After arriving at Buckingham palace amid tight security a police line divided protesters from a small group of Trump supporters wearing Make America Great Again caps, waving American flags and shouting: "Build the wall."

Trump arrived in London on Monday to attend a NATO summit, which kicked of on Tuesday.

Earlier on Tuesday he held joint news conferences with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg and French President Emmanuel Macron, and also met with Prince Charles and his wife Camilla Parker-Bowles at the prince's official residence Clarence House.

(Source: Reuters) 

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