Trump clarified on anti-Muslim videos that he retweeted; had this to say

It need be mentioned that Trump had earlier sparked outrage in Britain when, last November, he shared the anti-Muslim videos

Trump clarified on anti-Muslim videos that he retweeted; had this to say

In an interview recently, United States President Donald Trump said he had not intended to cause offence in Britain by sharing anti-Muslim videos.

The videos were originally posted by a leader of a far-right fringe group and that he would apologize if such people were horrible racists.

Speaking to a television show, Trump said he knew nothing about the group but that he was the “least racist person that anybody’s going to meet” and that his retweet was not an endorsement.

It need be mentioned that Trump had earlier sparked outrage in Britain when, last November, he shared the anti-Muslim videos and became embroiled in a public spat with British Prime Minister Theresa May who criticized him for the retweet.

Trump said he did not mean to cause any difficulty for Britain, a country he said he loved very much.

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