A big deal has been made of the "Trump baby balloon" which is a blimp that will be flying over the Parliament during Trump's visit to the United Kingdom next week. Well, not everyone feels that way. This London pub is changing their name to pay tribute to the United States president.

According to the pub owner, Damien Smyth, the pub normally known as The Jameson will be known as The Trump Arms during the visit of the president.

The pub is located in the west London district of Hammersmith. Changing their name is not all they're doing. They will also be throwing a "Welcome Trump" party upon the arrival.

Per Western Journal:

“Guests will be treated to a BBQ with hot dogs and cheeseburgers, reported to be served up at the White House for the President,” the Standard reported. “These will be washed down with Trump-themed cocktails. Costumes, music and banners will help create the atmosphere of a Trump campaign rally.”

“There are many Trump supporters around here who will be happy to see it,” the Irish-born Smyth told the newspaper. “I was talking to regulars who are looking forward to the visit and I said, ‘Let’s set up The Trump Arms while he is here.’”

Though the liberal media only likes to highlight the disdain for our president, there is quite an allegiance in England.

Parliament Street CEO Patrick Sullivan is also paying tribute to Trump. He is organizing "The Art of the Party" which is an obvious tribute to Trump's book "The Art of the Deal." Sullivan said he has received massive interest from all around the UK with regards to his celebration.

“The number of Trump supporters is quite something,” Sullivan said to Breitbart.“There is interest coming from up and down the country.”

“We wanted to show that the negative press put out by Sadiq Khan doesn’t represent the whole of London or the country,” Sullivan added.

Trump has traded blows with Khan, the mayor of London, on Twitter. Khan has even stated that Trump is not welcome and his visit should be cancelled.

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