The pro-Trump Fox News host Sean Hannity on Friday interviewed a protester in London who could not name a single reason why he was denouncing the visiting American president.
‘I’m here to protest Donald Trump,’ a man carrying an anti-Trump sign told Hannity in video footage obtained by DailyMail.com.
When Hannity asks the protester what it is specifically about Trump he dislikes, he responds: ‘Everything. There’s absolutely nothing I like about him.’
‘What specifically don’t you like about Trump?’ Hannity asks the protester.
The pro-Trump Fox News host Sean Hannity on Friday interviewed a protester in London who could not name a single reason why he was denouncing the visiting American president
When Hannity asks the protester what it is specifically about Trump he dislikes, he responds: ‘Everything. There’s absolutely nothing I like about him’
Hannity interviewed another protester who took to the streets of London on Friday
‘I don’t like his policies,’ the protester replies.
When Hannity wants to know which exact policy, the protester replies: ‘All of them.’
Hannity then mentioned to the protester that Trump cut taxes. He then asked him if it was fair if America ‘pays 70 per cent of the bill’ for NATO.
After the protester appeared at a loss for words in response, Hannity asks: ‘What are you protesting?’
Jeremy Corbyn addresses crowds in Trafalgar Square as the anti-Trump protest across central London reaches fever point
Thousands of protesters brandish placards in front of the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn joined anti-Trump protesters on the streets in London today
‘Dump the Trump!’ Trafalgar Square entirely filled with demonstrators as police urge people to stay away as the area is at full capacity
‘You’re just here to have a party. Be honest,’ Hannity says.
The protester than acknowledges who is interviewing him.
‘I can’t believe this is Sean, man. This is the man,’ he says excitedly.
Jeremy Corbyn joined anti-Trump protesters as they took over central London with more than 250,000 people taking to the streets.
Police told MailOnline four people have been arrested at the demonstration as they urged members of the public to stay away from Trafalgar Square as the area reached full capacity.
Scuffles broke out near Whitehall earlier today as tempers flared between pro-Trump supporters and campaigners.
A spokesman for the Met said so far four people had been arrested for common assault and attacking a police officer.
There were many familiar faces among the crowds including Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn who used the opportunity to deliver a speech to the tens of thousands.
The Labour leader told crowds that the PM should not have ‘rolled out the red carpet’ for the US president after his treatment of immigrants and jibes about the NHS and crime levels.
But Tory MPs pointed out that Mr Corbyn previously invited IRA activists to Parliament in the aftermath of the Brighton Bombing and has praised extremist group Hamas.
In a chaotic speech to the crowds, Mr Corbyn said ‘the message that goes out here in London and around the country, our message to our visitor is that we are united in our hope for a world united by justice, not division’.
Joining the many: Jeremy Corbyn couldn’t resist an opportunity to return to his protesting days as he took to the streets along with 100,000 others to demonstrate against President Trump’s visit to the country
‘Stop Trump!’: Hundreds of demonstrators march through Regents Street in London holding placards
Huge turn-out: Around 100,000 people have flooded central London to demonstrate against Donald Trump’s visit to the UK
Anger: Tempers flared between pro-Trump and anti-Trump supporters outside the Silver Cross pub in Whitehall as emotions ran high
Not welcome: Protesters of all ages and backgrounds gathered by Nelson’s column in Trafalgar Square to make their views clear on the President’s visit to the country
Packed: Tourist hot-spot Piccadilly Circus in Central London is completely overtaken by thousands of campaigners
‘Together against Trump!’: Protesters at the front of the march led the way with a gigantic banner spanning the width of Regent’s Street
Celebrities also didn’t pass up the opportunity to get involved with Stephen Fry and James Bond actress Samantha Bond spotted at the event.
Singer and vocal Trump critic Lily Allen was expected to turn up. She tweeted: ‘These helicopters are oppressive’, hinting she may be somewhere within the crowds.
The marchers banged out a wall of noise as they headed from London’s west end to Parliament Square in a loud carnival atmosphere of drumming and cheering.
They started outside the BBC’s headquarters at the top of Regent Street before marching down Regent’s Street and filling Trafalgar Square.
Hours after he landed in London for a four-day tour of the UK, President Trump said he felt ‘unwelcome’ in the capital and said the blimp made in his likeness was to blame.
Aerial views show the densely packed crowds who gathered at Portland Place and filling Oxford Street and Regent Street ahead of a rally at Trafalgar Square.
The Metropolitan Police said they would not give an estimate of numbers in attendance, but MPS Events tweeted that such was the scale of the crowd that stallholders in Trafalgar Square had been asked to take down their stands ‘to maximise the space available’.
Celebrities including Stephen Fry and James Bond actress Samantha Bond tweeted their support for those marching, while Downton Abbey actress Laura Carmichael joined crowds.
Politicians including former deputy prime minister Sir Nick Clegg and ex-Labour leader Ed Miliband said they would be taking part in the protests.