Trump Lashes Out At Wrong Theresa May On Twitter

Trump Lashes Out At Wrong Theresa May On Twitter

Trump Lashes Out At Wrong Theresa May On Twitter

A British woman who Donald Trump tweeted, wrongly including her Twitter name instead of the Prime Minister's, has described how she was on the end of relentless tweets after the mistake. "And I'm very clear that retweeting from Britain First was the wrong thing to do". "The threat needs to be addressed", she said.

"But the move angered the USA leader, who tweeted: "@Theresa_May, don't focus on me, focus on the destructive Radical Islamic Terrorism that is taking place within the United Kingdom.

May reiterated the stance during a diplomatic visit to Jordan on Thursday.

US President Donald Trump is set for a "flying visit" to the United Kingdom at the end of February to open the new US embassy in London amid a war of words between the leaders of the two countries, a United Kingdom media report has said. "We are doing just fine!". In the United Kingdom we take the far-right very seriously and that's why we ensure we deal with these threats and this extremism wherever it comes and whatever its source'.

And she avoided answering on whether she would sack a Cabinet minister if they retweeted Britain First material, saying only that she was sure they would not.

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Kim Darroch said that the people of Britain "overwhelmingly reject the prejudiced rhetoric" of the far-right ultranationalist group Britain First, whose deputy leader tweeted the videos portraying Muslims as violent and aggressive that Trump recirculated on Wednesday.

Needless to say, Trump took to Twitter to get back at May, only he managed to direct his tweet to the wrong Theresa May.

"British Muslims are peaceful and law abiding citizens".

"I haven't been able to leave my house".

The January 2018 trip would not have been an official "state visit".

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