An avowed nationalist, Trump followed in previous presidents’ footsteps in remembering the battle that helped create the modern transatlantic relationship.

Queen Elizabeth II and President Trump were among those gathered at the key launch point on the British coast.

The president cited convenience.

He met briefly with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar.

The America that stormed France in 1944 did so for the “common cause of humanity.”

International scientists predict a global crisis as soon as 2040 if greenhouse gas emissions continue at the current rate. In a 90-minute meeting this week, Prince Charles became the latest to fail to persuade the U.S. president of the danger.

Politics and protests dominated the second day of Trump’s state visit to Britain.

Despite the exuberant atmosphere, there were fewer protesters than for last year’s visit.

This is not Larry's first rodeo.

A number of big names appear to have skipped Trump's dinner with the British elite.

He spent much of the day with Queen Elizabeth and the royal family.

As he arrived for a state visit, Trump complained that CNN was "the primary source of news available from the U.S."

Khan, a former human rights lawyer, has not held back criticism of Trump in the past.

Many of the usual ceremonial trappings are missing.

On the eve of his state visit, he praised Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage.