Video Tom Borelli Discusses Trump Anti-Radical Islam Tweet On i24 News

President Trump ignited a media backlash and critical comments from the UK following the president retweeting material from an anti-Muslim group.

The Los Angeles Times reports:

President Trump retweeted three anti-Muslim videos from the account of a leader of a far-right British fringe group known for conducting “Christian patrols” in predominantly Muslim neighborhoods and arrested recently for inciting hatred and violence.

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The videos, which purport to show Muslims engaged in acts of violence and anti-Christian incitement, came from the Twitter account of Jayda Fransen, a deputy leader of the group Britain First who was convicted last year of religiously aggravated harassment against a Muslim woman wearing a head scarf.

Conservative Review contributor Tom Borelli Ph.D. discussed President Trump’s Tweets on “Clearcut” with host Michelle Makori on i24 News.