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Donald Trump might apologise for retweeting Britain First
July 20 2018, 06:58 | Van Peters
"I know nothing about them".
Piers Morgan has been widely praised after interviewing Donald Trump, with some even claiming the presenter is keeping the "special relationship" between Britain and America alive.
"It was done because I am a big believer in fighting radical Islam terror, this was a depiction of radical Islamic terror", he added.
However, the President also said he is "somebody who loves Britain" and especially Scotland, where he owns a golf club and has ancestral ties.
The president, known for his voracious use of Twitter, admitted: "When you do those retweets they can cause problems because you never know who's doing it to start off with".
Viewers of Good Morning Britain have already been shown a few snippets from the interview, which was recorded earlier this week in Davos, with Trump in Switzerland for the annual World Economic Forum.
In the United Kingdom, a Financial Times undercover investigation into the men-only President's Club charity dinner revealing sexual harassment against young hostesses has sent shockwaves through the business and political world.
"The real me is somebody that loves Britain, loves the United Kingdom", the president said. London Mayor Sadiq Khan, who has sparred with the USA president on Twitter, said after Trump's retweets that Britain should not welcome a visit from the president. "So you're telling me something".
Donald Trump: "Well, would it be the way I negotiate it?"
"They had a couple of depictions of radical Islamic terror".
Morgan's unremarkable revelation surprised no one, but the president's admission did concern many people. "I also think they want to feel safe at the border". I did a retweet.
After appearing as a judge on Simon Cowell's talent show Britain's Got Talent he launched Piers Morgan's Life Stories on ITV - where he interviews celebrity guest in each episode - and a programme on CNN.
"I have tremendous respect for women", he followed up.
"Of course I didnt know that", Trump responded in excerpts of the interview aired Friday. "I didn't want to cause any difficulty with your country".
The brash billionaire said he didn't know the far-right group were "horrible, racist people" and admitted he shouldn't have retweeted messages from them.
PM: "And you would disavow yourself of people like that?" Trump is himself accused of sexual misconduct and according to Morgan's post on Twitter, the president acknowledges that a feminist is not quite how he sees himself.