Donald Trump apologizes for retweeting far-right British group

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Far from expressing regret, or taking any responsibility for his role in helping to promote the hateful ideology of the racist group Britain First, Trump offered a variety of excuses.

Trump's "know nothing" answer strained credulity.

Trump cancelled a ceremony to open the new U.S. Embassy in London a year ago amid reports that his visit would spark protests.

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UK Prime Minister Theresa May criticized the president saying Trump was "wrong" to send out the tweets. "I know nothing about them (Britain First), I know nothing about them today, other than I read a little bit", he added. I knew nothing about them.

The president caused widespread outrage in the United Kingdom and prompted a rare rebuke from British Prime Minister Theresa May in November after he shared the videos, which purported to show violent acts committed by Islamic extremists.

'Here's what's fair, if you're telling me they're disgusting people, frightful racist people I would certainly apologise if you would like me to do that. One claimed to show a Muslim man destroying a statue of the Virgin Mary; another professed to have captured a "Muslim migrant" beating up a "Dutch boy on crutches", and a third seemed to show Muslim men pushing a boy off a building. The fact that the videos were sketchy or fake doesn't really matter to Trump - because they show what he already believes to be true. He was reportedly Dutch. "I certainly apologize", Morgan tweeted that the president said.

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"Look, it was done because I am a big believer in fighting radical Islamic terror", he explained. The first of these was that he had good reason to share the videos, since, he said, they depicted "radical Islamic terror", and he wanted to do his part to draw attention to such behavior.

"I know nothing about them, I don't want to be involved with people [like that]", Trump said to Morgan.

Trump's insistence that he doesn't know anything about Britain First might sound plausible.

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Morgan and Trump became friends while the former News of the World editor, who was working at CNN at the time, after he won the US' Celebrity Apprentice. While apologising, he said he was the least racist person and he was not endorsing anyone. "Okay? I don't know anything about what you're even talking about with white supremacy or white supremacists ... you wouldn't want me to condemn a group that I know nothing about".

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