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Donald Trump apologises for retweeting far-right British group

US President Donald Trump has apologised for the first time for retweeting a British far-right group's videos apparently showing Islamist violence, in an ITV interview aired in Britain on Friday.

Donald Trump’s Twitter attack on Theresa May ‘misinterpreted’ – US envoy

A diplomatic row over Donald Trump's Britain First retweets is threatening to break out again after a top US diplomat claimed the President was "misinterpreted".

Why we didn’t remove anti-Muslim videos shared by Donald Trump – Twitter

Twitter has explained why they failed to remove offensive and unverified anti-Muslim tweets shared by President Donald Trump.

Donald Trump attacks Theresa May, defends far-right tweets

US President Donald Trump has brushed off British Prime Minister Theresa May's criticism of his online support of a far right group, suggesting she defends the United Kingdom from "Radical Islamic Terrorism" instead.

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Prophet: 2019 polls will be tougher than 2015

The General Overseer of Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry (CMDM)‎, Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin, on Tuesday in Kano prophesied that the 2019 presidential election will be tougher than what was experienced in 2015, calling on Nigerians to earnestly pray for peace and unity in the country.