So where does this visit from Mr T leave us as a nation?
He has been ceremoniously welcomed at Blenheim Palace by Busby guards and a brass band, having kept Teresa May waiting on the parade ground. He has had breakfast meetings at Chequers and a royal welcome from the Queen at Windsor. In everything but the title, this has very much been a state visit.
In a newspaper article the orange man has criticised the premier’s decision over Brexit and suggested that would reduce the number of trade deals America would do with us. Additionally he has called Boris Johnson a friend and asserted that he would make a great Prime Minister.
After this he has held hands with Teresa as they climbed the steps to Blenheim and went on to speak about her with charm and suggest the special relationship is still strong. Such confusing statements. So contrary and uncomplimentary. What does he truly think?
Well he has now gone to enjoy a weekend at his Turnberry golf course in Scotland. Ignorant of the many protests that seem to be happening around him, he carries on, assuming that the British approve of his policies on the whole. He has done a good job of looking like he is enjoying himself.