Trump Retweets Violent Anti-Muslim Videos From British Hate Group


The videos, tweeted from a "Britain First" leader's account, purported to show Muslims committing violent acts.

Among the flurry of tweets this morning by the president were three re-tweets the leader far-right British hate group "Britain First". Trump chose videos purporting to show violent and anti-Christian behaviors by Muslims, originally tweeted by Jayda Fransen.

Trump apparently posted the videos from Fransen’s account on Wednesday morning in between tweets about the economy and calling for a boycott of “Fake News CNN” after the cable news network’s decision to not attend the annual Christmas party at the White House.

Fransen responded by lauding Trump's actions: