Donald Trump might apologise for retweeting Britain First

Donald Trump might apologise for retweeting Britain First

Donald Trump has sensationally apologised for re-tweeting Islamophobic tweets from far-right political organisation Britain First, claiming he didn't know who the group was.

Donald Trump's video re-tweets had sparked an online war with UK Prime Minister Theresa May past year.

President Trump thinks you're doing great and he's happy about that. They had a couple of depictions of radical Islamic terror.

"If you're telling me that these are horrible people - horrible, racist people - I would certainly apologise if you'd like me to do that", Trump answered. When Morgan asks Trump about it now, he offers a show of remorse - but was it an apology? Trump said he wanted to correct a "false rumor" that they were not getting along.

President and British prime minister deliver joint remarks in Switzerland.

"The real me is someone who loves Britain, loves the United Kingdom, I love Scotland; very special people and a very special place", he said. That is likely to happen later this year, and is nearly certain to draw huge street protests.

When Morgan pointed out that opposition politicians like Jeremy Corbyn and Sadiq Khan wanted him banned, the president replied: "That's their problem".

President Trump in Davos.

The full meeting - Trump's first overseas interview since becoming president - will be broadcast Sunday night.

"I don't care. I don't care".

"No, I wouldn't say I'm a feminist", he said.

"I mean, I think that would be, maybe, going too far", he said.

U.S. president Donald Trump has claimed he receives "so much fan mail" from Britons as he dismissed calls for protests during his upcoming state visit.

The videos were automatically tweeted and retweeted by at least three accounts associated with the group. "I know nothing about white supremacists".

"I know nothing about David Duke", Trump said on CNN. "I don't know who they are".

'I think they want to be safe at home, in many different respects'.

He also repeated previous statements that he could "go back" into the Paris Agreement, but said he would only make such a decision if he could get "a good deal" for the US.

Piers deemed the "Trump-is-not-a-feminist" revelation "BREAKING NEWS" in a tweet.

The videos showed alleged violent acts carried out by Muslims, including one of a boy on crutches being beaten by a man purported to be a "Muslim migrant". The assailant in the footage was born and raised in the Netherlands.

Trump did say he supports gender equality and workplace protections against harassment, before moving onto his favourite topic: immigration.

Trump, in turn, responded on Twitter. "We are doing just fine!"

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