London mayor calls for Trump ban after tweetstorm

London mayor calls for Trump ban after tweetstorm

London mayor calls for Trump ban after tweetstorm

US President Donald Trump once again criticised London Mayor Sadiq Khan on Monday over his response to a deadly attack on the city, while the British public and politicians lauded the mayor for his handling of the aftermath. I've been clear that we have a special relationship with the United States of America, it's very important we have a close relationship with the president, whoever he is. You stand with them in times of adversity, but you call them out when they're wrong.

Speaking to Britain's Channel 4 News on Monday, Khan said the U.S. President was wrong about "many things".

President Trump criticized Khan on Sunday after the mayor told Londoners that an increased police presence on the streets was "no cause for alarm".

"At least seven dead and 48 wounded in terror attack and mayor of London says there is "no reason to be alarmed!"

In response, a spokesman for Mr Khan said: "The mayor is focused on dealing with Saturday's horrific and cowardly attack and working with the police, the emergency services and the Government to keep London safe".

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Following Saturday's terror attack in London, Sadiq Khan argues that police underfunding is to blame. President Trump went on to say that the mainstream media were "working hard" to spin the story against him.

With the United Kingdom general election just two-days away Sadiq Khan did not just have Donald Trump in his sights.

The US conference of mayors, which represents the leaders of major US cities of all political allegiances, also sent a message congratulating Khan on his leadership. "We are not going to let Donald Trump divide our communities", Khan said to the BBC. His leadership in the wake of such tragedy has been commended by top U.S. Diplomat in the U.K. Lewis Lukens and May herself defended Khan when pressed by reporters about Trump's comments.

President Donald Trump's sons Eric Trump, left, and.

Some have even suggested that Trump's decision to single out Sadiq Khan, a Muslim, for criticism was a reflection of Trump's Islamophobic attitudes.

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British author J.K. Rowling said on Tuesday that if a state visit did go ahead, Trump's tweets related to the attack should be enlarged and shown wherever he goes.

Khan's staff said he was too busy to respond to Trump's tweets.

On Monday, Clinton called for strengthened ties with global allies - a clear contrast with Trump, who has in recent days alarmed North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies and withdrawn the United States from a Paris climate accord.

"What I will say is that as a former holder of Sadiq's office is that I think he is entirely right to say what he said to reassure people of his city about the presence of armed officers on the streets".

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