This screenshot from Trump’s Twitter account shows three retweets that he posted early Wednesday morning.
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Britain criticized U.S. President Donald Trump Wednesday after he retweeted anti-Islam videos originally posted by a leader of a far-right British fringe party who was convicted earlier this month of abusing a Muslim woman.Jayda Fransen, deputy leader of the anti-immigration Britain First group, posted the videos which she said showed a group of people who were Muslims beating a teenage boy to death, battering a boy on crutches and destroying a Christian statue.Trump's decision to retweet the videos prompted criticism from both sides of the Atlantic, with some British lawmakers demanding an apology and U.S. Muslim groups saying it was incendiary and reckless. Trump did not offer any explanation for why he retweeted the videos.British opposition politicians demanded that the government revoke an invitation to Trump over the videos.The third video shows two young men fighting near a river bank.
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