President Donald Trump has extended his planned three-day state visit to the UK after receiving a surprise invitation to make a guest appearance on the BBC's popular political forum, Question Time, on Thursday, 6 June.
The show will be broadcast live from Thetford Academy, where, it's feasible, there may be unstable members of UK-based terrorist cells amongst the studio audience.
The outspoken president has added three more days to his trip, and is sure to face questions about D-Day, although the dipshit may not be aware of what D-Day is. Being 6 June, he may think it's Devil-Day.
It's even possible he might think it's Donald-Day.
He will also field questions about Brexit, the Tory leadership battle, his US/Mexico border wall, and the funding of the latter.
But not about collusion, obstruction or any other domestic wrongdoing.
And, with more than a week to go before showtime, vendors have already set up outside the Academy selling best quality rotten eggs and tomatoes.
It's bound to be a great show. Be sure not to miss it.