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Thursday, March 22, 2018

Trump made fun of the mayor of London, who found no reason to worry after the attacks

The President of the United States Donald trump is Sunday, June 4, commented in his microblog on Twitter a series of terrorist attacks in the British capital. In particular, the American leader made fun of the mayor of London Sadiq Khan. “At least 7 killed and 48 wounded in the attack, and the mayor of London said that “there is no cause for concern”,” wrote trump.

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The us President also said that it is time to end political correctness regarding security issues.

“We have to stop being politically correct and start ensuring the safety of our people. If we don’t get smarter, it will only get worse,” trump added to evaluate the attacks in London on his Twitter.

The US President also commented ironically on the parliamentary elections in the UK, which, as stated by the British Prime Minister Theresa may, despite the terrorist attacks, will take place on 8 June.

“Have you noticed that now we have no debate? This is because they used knives and a truck!”, – I wrote to trump, who had previously expressed condolences on the London bombings.

In the night of 4 June in the British capital has witnessed two terrorist attacks. The three men drove his truck through a crowd of people on London bridge. Later they came to borough Market, got out of the car and began attacking passersby with knives.

In terrorist attacks, according to the latest data, seven people were killed, 48 were injured varying degrees of severity. British police managed to destroy the attackers.


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