Trump says he doesn’t “want to be involved with” Britain First

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Donald Trump says he doesn’t “want to be involved with” Britain First. Speaking to Piers Morgan on Thursday, Trump denied he had been promoting the controversial group as an organisation.

“I don’t know who they are, I know nothing about them, so I wouldn’t be doing that,” he said. “I am the least racist person that anyone is going to meet. Certainly I wasn’t endorsing anybody … It was done because I am a big believer in fighting radical Islamic terror. It was a big story where you are — but it was not where I am. So you’re telling me something.”

Donald Trump says he doesn't "want to be involved with" Britain First.

Posted by Make Britain Great Again on Friday, 26 January 2018

Trump stressed he hadn’t intended to upset the British public. “I’m somebody that loves Britain, loves the U.K., I love Scotland — one of the biggest problems I have with winning [the presidency] is I won’t be able to get back there so often,” he said. “I would be there a lot. Very special people, very special place. I didn’t want to cause any difficulty with your country.”

“If you’re telling me they are horrible racist people, I will certainly apologize if you’d like me to do that,” Trump told ITV Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan. “I know nothing about these people.”

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