British political leaders blast Trump's anti-Muslim retweets

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British Home Secretary Amber Rudd told MPs that President Trump was "wrong" to retweet videos from far-right group Britain First. And, in response to a suggestion from MP Peter Bone that Trump should delete his Twitter account, she responded, "I'm sure many of us might share his view."

Another voice: London Mayor Sadiq Khan issued a statement this morning calling on Prime Minister Theresa May to cancel Trump's planned state visit, calling Trump's retweets "a betrayal of the special relationship between our two countries."