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750 hotel rooms, a personal chef, and the nuclear football: Here's everything Trump is bringing on his 4-day UK trip

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Donald Trump will be in Britain from July 13 to July 16, 2018 for an informal "working" visit.
He is reportedly planning to bring a massive entourage that will require 750 hotel rooms, two planes, and six helicopters.
Past US presidents also travelled to the UK with hundreds of people.
Donald Trump is arriving in Britain on Thursday afternoon for a four-day, informal "working" visit - and is bringing with him a massive, extravagant entourage.
He plans to bring "countless" Secret Service protection officers, military communications staff, members of the media, his doctor, and a personal...
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