"There is a window of opportunity for the president to visit Britain when he is in Europe later this month. It is likely it will be hastily arranged and it is possible no official confirmation of his arrival will be given until at least 24 hours before to stop any large-scale protest against his visit from being mobilised," the source was quoted as saying by The Sunday Times newspaper.
In January, UK Prime Minister Theresa May held a meeting with Trump, during which she invited the US president on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen to visit the United Kingdom.
On June 11, The Guardian newspaper reported citing a Downing Street adviser that Trump in a phone call with May said that he would not come if his visit was met with large-scale protests, effectively putting the trip on hold for some time.
The media reports were refuted by Downing Street as speculations.