Mrs May did not take PMQs in the Commons today because she is on a trip to the Middle East, but Downing Street said it would respond later.
Brendan Cox, the husband of Mrs Cox, who was killed during the EU referendum campaign last year, said: 'Trump has legitimised the far right in his own country, now he's trying to do it in ours.'Spreading hatred has consequences and the President should be ashamed of himself.' Labour MP Mary Creagh posted: 'Jo Cox's killer shouted 'Britain First'.
He is not welcome here.' London Mayor Sadiq Khan, who was embroiled in a spat with Mr Trump last year over his call for a travel ban on mainly-Muslim countries, said: 'Britain First is a vile, hate-fuelled organisation whose views should be condemned, not amplified.'Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn also urged Mrs May to take a tough stance against the President.'I hope our Government will condemn far-right retweets by Donald Trump.The video is six months old and was filmed in Monnickendam, ten miles north of Amsterdam, they said.A Monnickendam Police spokeswoman told Mail Online: 'The guy in the video attacking a boy on crutches is a Dutch national.' Meanwhile respected Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf quoted sources as saying that the perpetrator is 'not a Muslim, let alone a migrant, but just a Dutchman.' President Trump retweeted three videos that purportedly showed 'Muslims' doing bad deeds, which were initially posted by far-right Britain First deputy leader Jayda Fransen, who has been convicted of hate crimes.One bearded man is seen carrying a black and white Al Qaeda flag.Mr Badr died from his injuries while his two friends were seriously injured.