- By Heena Patel
Trump retweets far right videos
Donald Trump has re-tweeted three anti-Muslim videos posted by the deputy leader of British far-Right group, Britain Frist.
The US president shared three posts by Jayda Fransen today.
The posts included highly inflammatory and unverified videos posted by Fransen, 31, from Penge, south-east London, who is currently on court bail facing four charges of causing religiously aggravated harassment as part of a Kent Police investigation into the distribution of leaflets and the posting of illegal and fake online videos (such as the ones Donald Trump has retweeted) during a trial held at Canterbury Crown Court in May.
She will also appear in court in Northern Ireland in December charged with using threatening and abusive language in connection with a speech she made at an anti-Muslim demonstration in Belfast on 6 August 2017.
He followed it up with a tweet calling for a boycott of the “Fake News CNN” after it was claimed the broadcaster would be boycotting the White House’s Christmas party.
Extreme far right group, Britain First has campaigned against Muslims since it was founded in 2011 by former members of the outlawed British National Party. It was reported by British newspaper ‘The Telegraph’ that Fransen is the deputy leader of Britain First.
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