LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump will visit Britain midway through 2018, possibly in July, British newspapers reported on Saturday, citing government sources in Washington and London.
A spokeswoman for Prime Minister Theresa May's office said officials were still working out the details of a visit by Trump after the Daily Mail, citing a British government source, said that dates in mid-July have been pencilled in.
Britain is keen to reinforce its "special relationship" with the United States as May's government prepares to leave the European Union, a divorce that will shape the country's standing in the world, but Trump has yet to visit London.
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The Daily Telegraph quoted an unnamed official in the Trump administration as saying the president was looking at a visit to Britain in "late summer".
Many British voters have said that if the U.S. President comes to Britain they would protest on a range of issues.
The U.S. Embassy in London was not immediately available for comment on the reports.
(Reporting by Andy Bruce; Editing by Alexander Smith)