USA Today -Numerous demonstrations protesting President Donald Trump’s United Kingdom visit are anticipated to begin Thursday in London. And in anticipation of possible violence, the U.S. Embassy in Britain is encouraging Americans in the capital to keep a low profile. Trump’s visit comes on the heels of the NATO summit in Brussels on Wednesday and Thursday, which served as the start to his 7-day trip across Europe. On Friday, Trump will meet with British Prime Minister Theresa May and Queen Elizabeth II. The U.S. president will largely avoid the London area, where a giant ‘baby Trump’ blimp will be flown Friday to protest his arrival. The trip will come to an end on July 16 following a summit between Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.