Trump Offers Apology For Re-Tweeting Far-Right Videos
US President Donald Trump has apologised for re-tweeting anti-Muslim videos from the account of a far-right British group.
Mr Trump made the apology during a TV interview with Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan.
He said he was driven by his belief in fighting radical Islamic terror.
His re-tweets saw UK PM Theresa May publicly condemn the president.
In the interview, which airs on Sunday, Mr Trump says he knew nothing about Britain First.
WORLD EXCLUSIVE: In his first international interview since becoming US president, @realDonaldTrump says sorry for retweeting anti-Muslim videos. @piersmorgan https://t.co/kFCEKnYxyI— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) January 26, 2018
The full interview will air on Sunday 28 January at 10pm on @ITV and available on the @itvhub. pic.twitter.com/Am5nH1jvPw
Asked about his visit to the UK, Mr Trump said: "I think a lot of people in your country, they like what I stand for, they respect what I stand for."
When asked about people who are against his visit, Mr Trump said: "I don't care. I don't say anything because I don't care. The real me is someone who loves Britain, loves the UK. "
He has also met with Theresa May at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland.