President Trump retweets provocative anti-Muslim videos

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders insisted the president was not pushing an anti-Muslim propaganda or offering an endorsement of the group, but instead making the case for national security.
1:45 | 11/29/17

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At on the streets of London at eight at Branson pulled it went on screen. Beating teacher at at my age are seen and not her children. She held Muslim men Kirk hoped for what getting raped and they control their urge. It ranting and here in the UK up religiously aggravated harassment and she's the deputy leader of the extreme right wing group Britain's first. This small groups ages anti Muslim protests and Islamic filled videos like he unverified and without context. And now president Donald Trump has re tweeted her ideas to three point six million Twitter followers not once but I read signs. The videos were posted sequentially that the president likely scroll through retirement. Amount. They Press Secretary Sarah sanders' death bandage from. And whether it's and it's a real video that threat is real and that is what the president is talking about that's that the president is focused on is dealing with those real threats. And those are real no matter how you look at it. For her part Franzen thank the president tweeting god bless you trump and god bless America top stories for you the anti Muslim video is. And the reaction in the UK was a median he is normalizing hatred. Last year after the murder of member of parliament Joseph Cox she was killed by a right wing ex. Stream shouting Britain first British politicians called for the group to be designated a terrorist organization. And now British prime minister trees and I had said it is wrong for the president to have done months. There is a lot of anger here about these tweets and already call to cancel future state that they Holly Hunter ABC news London.

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