‘He is not welcome here’ MPs demand Trump is BANNED from UK after Britain First retweets


The President retweeted substance posted by Britain First deputy leader Jayda Fransen, who has a hoodlum record for harassment of Muslims and has faced charges of “religiously aggravated harassment”.

Fierce politicians from all parties hit out at President Trump’s decision to amplify the far-right assemblage, while Downing Street responded with a put-down.

The Prime On’s official spokesman said: “Britain First seeks to divide communities as a consequence their use of hateful narratives which peddle lies and stoke upsets. They cause anxiety to law-abiding people.

“British people overwhelmingly rebuff the prejudiced rhetoric of the far right, which is the antithesis of the values this native land represents: decency, tolerance and respect.

British people overwhelmingly give someone his the prejudiced rhetoric of the far right, which is the antithesis of the values this motherland represents: decency, tolerance and respect.

Spokesman for Theresa May

“It is wrong for the President to include done this.”

The widower of murdered MP Jo Cox, whose right-wing extremist exterminator Thomas Mair shouted “Britain First” as he shot and stabbed her in June 2016, also destined the US President.

He said: “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 red-faced of himself.”

While Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said: “I belief our Government will condemn far-right retweets by Donald Trump. They are repulsive, dangerous and a threat to our society.”

Donald Trump and Theresa May might not be so cosy in future as politicians call for him to be banned from the UKGetty

Donald Trump and Theresa May power not be so cosy as politicians call for him to be banned from UK

Jo Cox's widow hit out at Trump for 'spreading hate'Twitter / Brendan Cox

Jo Cox’s widow hit out at Trump for ‘spreading animus’

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn hit out at the presidentTwitter / Jeremy Corbyn

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn hit out at the president

The tidal flood of condemnation for the anti-Muslim retweets could further jeopardise prospects for President Trump to square an official visit to Britain.

An invitation to make a State Visit to Britain has been over pushed back since Theresa May first extended the offer anon after the Presidential inauguration in January.

More than 1.8 million being signed a petition demanding the visit be cancelled, while large-scale grumbles are also likely.

White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders did not negate that President Trump had made the posts, but said he was simply directing issues of security.

Labour MP Chuka Umunna Getty

Donald Trump’s delineate visit may be in danger over the retweets

Tottenham MP David Lammy tweeted: “Trump portion Britain First. Let that sink in. 

“The President of the United States is promoting a fascist, racist, extremist shrink group whose leaders have been arrested and convicted. 

“He is no join up or friend of ours. @realDonaldTrump you are not welcome in my country and my city.”

The Labour MP amplified: “Do not forget that the man who murdered Jo Cox shouted ‘Britain First’ as he did so. Trump has properly gone beyond the pale today.”

David Lammy said Trump was 'not welcome' in the UKTwitter / David Lammy

David Lammy reported Trump was ‘not welcome’ in the UK

Labour's Yvette Cooper said the move was 'appalling'Twitter / Yvette Cooper

Labour’s Yvette Cooper said the inspire was ‘appalling’

Home Affairs Committee chair Yvette Cooper also weighed in, bid: “Couldn’t have imagined there was anything left Trump could do to breakdown me. But promoting views of woman convicted of hate crime from far rectitude hate group is appalling.”

Right-wing Infowars editor-at-large Paul Joseph Watson, normally one of the President’s biggest cheerleaders, allowed the move was “not great optics”.

One of the videos retweeted by President Trump has been debunked, another has been bewitched out of context, while the third is unverified.

The clip of two teenagers fighting, interested “Muslim migrant beats up Dutch boy on crutches”, went viral in May after being staked to a Dutch video sharing website, according to Politie.nl.

David Lammy is among MPs who have said Trump will not be welcome in the UKGetty

David Lammy is entirety MPs who have said Trump will not be welcome in the UK

A 16-year-old boy was arrested once again the incident while the video was taken down from the video locality, Dumpert.nl, though it has resurfaced since.

However the video has been debunked and labeled “fake news” after Dumpert.nl’s sister website, GeenStijl, thought no migrants were involved.

The clip of a man being pushed off a rooftop in Egypt is from the 2013 overthrowing of president Mohamed Morsi. A man was scrutinized and hanged over the crime.

The origin of the video of the man destroying a Virgin Mary image is unverified.

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