President Trump and first lady Melania Trump are having dinner with British Prime Minister Theresa May at Blenheim Palace, an isolated estate stretching across more than 2,000 acres of Oxfordshire countryside that was once returned from disrepair by an infusion of American money.
Business leaders from a range of sectors will also attend the dinner. And Trump’s arrival to the palace is expected to be extravagant: The guards will march, the bands will play and the Royal Regiment of Scotland will pipe.
Blenheim Palace is the only palace in Britain not owned by the monarchy or the church. It’s also the birthplace of Winston Churchill.
The baroque palace — built as a national monument and grandiloquent home for esteemed general and statesman John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough — is lavish.
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