Donald Trump and Theresa May at Downing Street. Photo: Getty Images.

What do Mansfield and Sutton shoppers think to Donald Trump's state visit?

The president of the United States of America Donald Trump has arrived in the UK for his first state visit to the country since his 2016 election.

Your Chad spoke to shoppers in Mansfield and Sutton to see what they think to President Trump and his visit to the country.

I gave up on politics a long time ago. He is a businessman who wanted to get more power. Its natural thing for humans to think they're the hero, which he thinks he is.

1. Wes Dolan, 38, from Mansfield

I gave up on politics a long time ago. He is a businessman who wanted to get more power. Its natural thing for humans to think they're the hero, which he thinks he is.
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He is a business man. He wants to work with the UK - not to benefit us but his country. We will end up with trade restrictions like China and Mexico."

2. Micheal Palethorpe, 76, from Ravenshead

He is a business man. He wants to work with the UK - not to benefit us but his country. We will end up with trade restrictions like China and Mexico."
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"It is good for our country that he is here for trade. I totally disagree with the protests I dont think we would like it if they did it to us.

3. Stuart Harker, 68, from Sutton

"It is good for our country that he is here for trade. I totally disagree with the protests I dont think we would like it if they did it to us.
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He wants what is best for his own pocket. But the media does stretch his views too far. Soon we might have our own muppet running the country."

4. Les Herbet, 52, was working in Sutton

He wants what is best for his own pocket. But the media does stretch his views too far. Soon we might have our own muppet running the country."
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