"We'll see where it leads", Trump said.
"We just hope enough people can see the video and can sing a bit of it - that would be lovely".
The Trumps were greeted in the courtyard of Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire by UK Prime Minister Theresa May and husband Philip for the dinner in the President's honour.
U.S. leader Donald Trump has come to the United Kingdom during a Brexit crisis, after going through a two-day North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels like a bull in a china shop. Some of their signs read: "Dump Trump", "Lock Him Up", and "There Will Be Hell Toupee".
Paul Farbrace considers Joe Root as England’s best player
However, Root hasn't been in the best of forms in the shortest format of the game. "He has the ability to hit boundaries. It's the same for bowlers - it's about wickets and economy rates in T20 cricket".
"At no point did president Trump, neither in bilateral meetings nor in multilateral ones, say he would pull out of Nato", Macron said. "Britain is going to have to look right around the world for allies with which to do trade deals". "They all made commitments, and they will be up to 2 percent over a relatively short period".
Later, asked about Theresa May's plan for leaving the European Union, he echoed the British Prime Minister's own words that "Brexit should mean Brexit". "We have come to an agreement which absolutely delivers what people voted for", she said in a statement. "I mean, the list goes on", he said.
Top it off with the introduction of trade policies that have targeted some European industries - even though European nations are longtime friends accustomed to easy trade with the us - and it is not surprising that Trump's itinerary will keep him out of central London on Friday, when large protests are planned.
It has been dubbed Storm Trump and the country is braced for a U.S. presidential visit that has split opinion like never before.
"Give us your tired and your oppressed and we'll divide you from your children", he said of Trump's policies.
Anti-Trump Britons gathered outside the USA ambassador's residence and Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, with protesters holding signs reading "No to Racism, No to Trump" and "Trump Not Welcome".
Dominic Raab hails Brexit plans as practical way forward
Writing in the Daily Telegraph she said Mrs May's plan was "catastrophically bad" and a "disaster for the Conservative Party". The cold realities of business opportunities, and not historic nostalgia, will decide India's future engagements with the UK.
Protesters are set to fly the Baby Trump blimp over Parliament on Friday when Trump will not be in town.
The American president reveals in an interview with The Sun newspaper that he has been told about a 20-foot "Trump baby" balloon that will be flown above Parliament Square on Friday as protesters march.
They said that the performers will also be marching with a fetish group, as Fetish Week London is running from July 8 to 15.
He is due to leave Britain on Sunday for talks in Helsinki the following day with Russian President Vladimir Putin, whose government stands accused by May's of unleashing a lethal nerve agent in the city of Salisbury.
"From the public, the welcome will be far from warm", he told lawmakers on Wednesday, noting there would be protests across the country against Trump's "abysmal record on human rights, his repugnant attitude towards women and his disgusting treatment of minorities".
US senators take sides on Trump's Supreme Court pick
Democratic senators spent Tuesday trying to connect the dots between potential threats to health care and Trump's high court pick. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) has vowed to oppose Kavanaugh with every means at his disposal.