The president of the United States will be making a visit to the UK on July 13 and Twitter is feeling superstitious.
Donald Trump’s working visit falls on a Friday, making it a very inauspicious day indeed for some.
Twitter users took to the social network to share their thoughts.
Trump is coming to the UK on Friday 13th July and you're telling me bad luck doesn't exist— draculaurenâ¡ï¸ (@laurensneezy) April 26, 2018
Trump will visit UK on Friday the 13th. Hopefully unlike the film of the same name the visit will not have 10 sequels, a remake, and a crossover with the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise, but I wouldn't be surprised by any of the above.— ZoÃ« Tomalin (@ZoeTomalin) April 26, 2018
Others weren’t happy with the concept of a visit at any time.
Events to protest against the visit are already being planned. One Facebook group called Protest Trump’s Visit, hosted by columnist Owen Jones, already has 28,000 intended attendees.
Hope everyone's ready for a good old fashioned protest when Trump comes to the UK on 13th July - I know I am 😡 🖕 pic.twitter.com/urEawLp384— Monster Mikey🧛🏻🧟ââï¸👻🎃 (@IndieboyLDN) April 26, 2018
That’s not to say everyone was upset about the news of the visit.
@realDonaldTrump i hear youâre coming to the UK. Welcome Sir— kind of (@Standfastandsee) April 26, 2018
Very good looking forward for the Trump visit to the UK he's welcome 😎👍— Pete No More Heros😂🎸🏆â½ï¸ 🥃😎🤘 (@BadgeSmiley) April 26, 2018