Mr Morgan asked if Mr Khan would have approved a large black blimp featuring former US President Barack Obama, or an image depicting the London mayor as a pig - something which would offend his Muslim faith.
As well as in London, protests are expected to take place in Bristol, Newcastle, Leeds, Cambridge and Cardiff after Trump arrives on Thursday.
As reported by AOL, an alert issued by the United States Embassy to the United Kingdom in London on Tuesday, July 10, warns usa citizens to "keep a low profile" whilst overseas in the greater British Isles during President Trump's scheduled visit.
Some 50,000 people are expected to attend a protest against Trump's visit on Friday (July 13)-just one of several demonstrations that organizers have promised will be a "carnival of resistance."
Other than street marches, they include the flying a massive balloon of Trump as an angry baby from Westminster Gardens near Big Ben.
Morgan said it was "utterly ironic and weird" that there could be bigger protests around Mr Trump's visit than during trips to the United Kingdom by the leaders of countries with questionable human rights records including Saudi Arabia and Turkey.
In light of what the embassy calls "events" and "demonstrations" that are "expected to attract large crowds", Americans should "exercise caution" if they find themselves "unexpectedly in the vicinity of large gatherings that may become violent". Coincidentally, Trump has chose to stay in London for only one night over his four-day visit, primarily avoiding the vibrant city.
This could well affect a number of senior level media executives as many of the "numerous" demonstrations are set to start in or around Soho in Central London, near the headquarters of the likes of NBC Universal, Apple and 21st Century Fox as well as various TV companies and film firms.
He said: "A lot of people in Dundee don't like what Donald Trump stands for".