About 6,000 people joined protests against the US president as he met the king and queen of Belgium before talks with the prime minister

Donald Trump told the Belgian prime minister that the world was “in a terrible position” but that terrorism would be defeated, as he arrived in Brussels, a city he once attacked as a “hellhole”.

As 6,000 protesters took to the streets to show their anger at the presence of the US president on Belgian soil, Trump and his wife, Melania, were welcomed at the Palace of Brussels by King Philippe and Queen Matilda, who he spoke to for 20 minutes, before talks with the Belgian prime minister, Charles Michel.

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