This video from London, England says about itself:
29 November 2017
Donald Trump and Britain First – live updates: White House scrambles to defend President as global condemnation grows
The tweets have caused a backlash on both sides of the Atlantic
Chris Stevenson, Mythili Sampathkumar
- Donald Trump retweets Islamophobic posts
- Theresa May condemns Trump as ‘wrong’ over Britain First retweets – but will not cancel his UK visit
- White House defends Trump sharing videos – unverified or not – by saying the ‘threat is real’
- Trump retweets of far-right group Britain First’s posts raised in UK Parliament
- Britain First: What is the notorious group that the US president rewteeted?
- Comment: Why I am not surprised Trump retweeted Britain First
Dutch officials have issued a statement correcting one of the anti-Muslim tweets from Britain First deputy leader Jayda Fransen which US President Donald Trump shared with his 44 million followers on Twitter.
The first video retweeted by Mr Trump shows two young men fighting near a river bank, above which Ms Fransen wrote, “VIDEO: Muslim migrant beats up Dutch boy on crutches!”.
“The public prosecution service Noord-Holland has studied the file submitted by the police”, a spokesman for the Dutch public prosecution service said.
“The [non-Muslim white] suspect, who was born and raised in the Netherlands, received a HALT settlement. This has been successfully completed.” …
I know the sad truth about the video Trump shared from Britain First. This is what really happened: here.
Brendan Cox tweeted: “Trump has legitimised the far right in his own country, now he’s trying to do it in ours. Spreading hatred has consequences & the President should be ashamed of himself.”
The urgent question triggered vitriolic criticism of a US President never before heard in the House of Commons. Mr Trump was branded “fascist” and “stupid”, accused of spreading “evil” and of being “racist or incompetent or ignorant or all three” – some of the strongest attacks coming from Conservatives: here.