Trump's rocky relationship with British leaders hits another bump - ABC News

ABC News| Thu Nov 30 16:47:33 EST 2017
President Donald Trump is testing the special relationship between the U.S. and the U.K. Both British Prime Minister Theresa May and London mayor Sadiq Khan have criticized Trump's retweets of videos originally shared by the leader of Britain First, a far-right organization widely condemned as an extremist group that targets Muslims. Trump isn't taking the British lawmakers' condemnations without firing back. And this isn't the first time that he's tested the waters with these leaders specifically. Here, a recap of their past war of words: On June 3, seven people were killed after a vehicle plowed into pedestrians on London Bridge, followed by the attackers launching a knife attack in London..

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