"I think it will all work out very well also for you, with your wall, your border, I mean we have a border situation in the United States". The visual cornerstone of the anti-Trump protests - which included several organized marches by varying groups - was a giant balloon depicting the US leader as an angry, screaming orange baby in a diaper, clutching a cellphone with Twitter on the screen.
People around the supporter immediately helped him get back up and made sure he was not injured.
One person can be heard saying to the people who pushed him to the floor: "When you act like that, you act like Donald Trump so don't". Others could be heard asking the man if he was alright.
Trump's three-day visit has been met by thousands of protesters who are upset over the president's policies on climate change, abortion rights, foreign policy and immigration.
A six-meter-tall blimp depicting Trump as a baby was flown over the protest venue which lies just a few hundred meters away from O'Connell Street, the city's main thoroughfare.
In the midst of anti-Trump protests and marches in London on Tuesday, a woman approached the diaper-wearing Trump baby blimp near the Houses of Parliament and popped it, The Independent reports. The Brexit Party leader also claimed the protests against President Trump were "absolutely tiny" compared to previous year.
The former businessman said his meeting with Prince Charles was meant to last 15 minutes and went on for an hour and a half, during which the royal did "most of the talking".
"He wanted to meet today or tomorrow and I decided I would not do that", said Trump, calling Corbyn "somewhat of a negative force".