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WASHINGTON – President Trump retweeted several videos on Wednesday, claiming physical attacks perpetrated by Muslims, originally published by the Vice President of First, Great Britain , a far-right political party that opposes immigration.
Jayda Fransen published the videos, with the subtitles: "VIDEO: The Islamist Mafia pushes the teenager out of the ceiling and hits him to death!"; "VIDEO: Muslim destroys a statue of the Virgin Mary!"; "VIDEO: Muslim migrant beats the Dutch child with crutches"
Trump did not provide a reason or additional comments on his tweets, although the president has previously criticized immigration policies in Europe and supported a ban on travel to the United States. six nations with a Muslim majority.
Trump's travel ban is currently the subject of the plaintiffs' federal lawsuits that say Trump is trying to limit the immigration of Muslims, rather than terrorist countries.
London-based Reuters reporter Peter Thal Larsen tweeted that one of the incidents, the attack on a child with crutches, happened in May, and that the Dutch police arrested two suspects without delay.
Britain First is a far right, anti-Muslim political organization that was formed in 2011.
In September, its leader Paul Golding, 35, and deputy Fransen, 31, were accused of causing aggravated religious harbadment after distributing leaflets and posting videos on social networks during the gang a rape trial of three Muslim men and a teenager who were later found guilty of rape and imprisonment.
Although there is British news that Golding left the organization for family reasons, his Twitter account still describes him as the leader of the group.
Golding greeted Trump's retweets of Fransen's videos, saying in capital letters: "DONALD TRUMP HIMSELF HAS REMOVED THESE VIDEOS AND HAS AROUND 44 MILLION FOLLOWERS! GOD BLESS YOU!"
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, DONALD TRUMP, HAS REMOVED THREE OF JAYDA TWITTER VIDEOS FRANSEN FROM THE AWARD LEADER! DONALD TRUMP HIMSELF HAS REMOVED THESE VIDEOS AND HAVE AROUND 44 MILLION FOLLOWERS! GOD BLESS YOU TROMP! GOD BLESS AMERICA! OCS @JaydaBF @realDonaldTrump pic.twitter.com/2RJhjGXd2I
– Paul Golding (@GoldingBF) November 29, 2017
Last year, the police won a The Supreme Court banned the first British activists from all the mosques in England and Wales for three years after they were accused of causing community tensions in Luton, a city north of London.
Last year, Britain distanced itself from the badbadination of British lawmaker Jo Cox on June 16, 2016, one week before the national referendum to leave the European Union.
The murderer, Thomas Mair, 52, repeatedly shouted "Great Britain first" as he shot and stabbed Cox, the London court heard him during his trial.
"We had nothing to do with that, we would not approve actions like that," Golding said in a video posted on Facebook. "I hope that the person who carried out this atrocious crime will get what he deserves." "
Trump's critics immediately condemned what they called the president's anti-Muslim bias.
Brian Klbad, author of Donald Trump's The Apprentice of the Despot: Attack on Democracy, tweeted:" The neo-fascists in the United Kingdom they celebrate Trump by giving them a platform, just like the neo-Nazis in the Daily Stormer held Trump's comments in Charlottesville. "
The neo-fascists in the UK celebrate Trump by giving them a platform, as do the neo-Nazis in the Daily Stormer They celebrated Trump's comments in Charlottesville https://t.co/mNTWkgzA6I
– Brian Klaas (@brianklaas) November 29, 2017
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