Michael Avenatti to join anti-Trump protest march in London: ‘The cause is a global one’
Stormy Daniels' attorney Michael Avenatti during a press conference outside Trump Tower. (Image via screengrab.)

Michael Avenatti will join thousands of Brits protesting President Donald Trump's visit to the United Kingdom.


The attorney for adult film actress Stormy Daniels will take part in the Women's March in London, one of the many demonstrations planned during Trump's visit, reported Newsweek.

“Looking forward to joining @SholaMos1 and tens of thousands of others in London for this incredible event Friday,” Avenatti tweeted. “The cause is a global one, with enormous importance. #BringTheNoise #Basta #FightClub.”

Women’s March London starts early Friday afternoon outside Portland Place and ends at Parliament Square.

Anti-fascist activists received a permit to fly a giant blimp showing Trump wearing a diaper over the Houses of Parliament, and other protesters will march from Portland Place to Trafalgar Square for a massive rally.

Trump will arrive in London on Thursday night, and his schedule will keep him away from London, where the protests are planned.