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>> Britain First is a hateful organization.>> Prime Minister Theresa May has put her foot down as another tweet from US President Donald Trump unites both the UK's conservative government and their opposition in a rare unity against Britain's closest ally. This after the President said he was justified for retweeting on Wednesday British ultra-nationalist fringe group's videos.
Unverified recording purporting to show Muslims committing violent acts. May is currently on a Mid East tour, Trump responding to her saying, don't focus on me, focus on the Radical Islamic Terrorism in Britain.>> I'm very clear that retweeting from Britain First was the wrong thing to do.>>
>> British government source says the UK Ambassador discussed the incident directly with the White House. The three videos were originally posted by the account of Jayda Fransen, deputy leader of a small, far right party called, Britain First that says it opposes Islamic Militants. But critics contend they're openly racist and they're fiercely opposed by all three major British political parties.
Fransen herself was recently convicted of racially aggravated harassment. The incidents renewed calls from Britain's Labor Party to block Trump from visiting the country. Expected to happen next year although no date has been given. White House Spokespeople say Trump was looking to start a conversation about immigration.>> Regardless of the video, the threat is very real.
>> As a candidate, Trump called for a temporary entry ban on all Muslims. And from the Oval Office he's issued orders barring the citizens of some Muslim countries from entering the United States. Those orders have been partially blocked in court. Fransen has thanked Trump for the nod.