United States President Donald Trump was welcomed by protesters carrying placards written "Welcome to Kenya" on his tour to Hawaii on Friday.
Trump toured Pearl Harbor memorial in Hawaii ahead of his 12-day visit to five countries in Asia, but his arrival was marked by demonstrators angered by his immigration policies.
The residents appeared to troll Trump over the birth place of his predecessor, Barack Obama. Obama was born in in Hawaii, but Trump has insisted he was born in Kenya.
While some protesters carried written "Welcome to Kenya” in bold, others had ones christened “Aloha, POTUS! Welcome to Kenya”.
The about 200 people demonstrators camped outside state Capitol to protest Trump's visit and demanded for his impeachment.
Trump is expected to make his first stop in Japan on his tour of Asia on Saturday, where he will seek Japan's support against North Korea over President Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile tests.
He will also tour South Korea, China, Vietnam and the Philippines.