Protesters are expected to take to the streets of Paris to create a "no Trump zone."
The Paris Against Trump alliance is planning a rally at the Place des Etats-Unis, the former home of the U.S. Embassy and a place of memorials commemorating ties between the two countries.
According to a Facebook post from the group, the rally will kick off at 7 p.m. local time on Thursday and culminate in a night of music and dance.
Organizers say they oppose Trump's "positions on the climate crisis, his international politics against migrants, his sexist speeches and behavior, his Islamophobia and racist remarks, his military plans around the world and his neo-liberalism and capitalism."
Despite this, Trump's visit has received a broadly positive response from French citizens, according to opinion polls.
Last week, Hamburg's G-20 meeting of world leaders attracted thousands of protesters who took to the streets in an anticapitalism rally. Almost 500 police officers were reported injured and more than 400 protesters arrested or detained.
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