"Britain First is no ordinary political movement."
After being banned from Hungary, a far-right millionaire who has supported President Donald Trump has set his sights on the Balkans.
The president promoted the work of the deputy leader of Britain First, an anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant group.
The president says he "would certainly apologize" if anyone in Britain was offended.
Despite strong feelings against the president in Britain after a twitterstorm, plans for a visit to the U.K. remain unchanged.
Trump didn't fact-check his retweets of far-right British politician Jayda Fransen, and didn't even know who she was, Sarah Huckabee Sanders said.
Britain First leader says reporters will start getting "home visits" if they continue asking her questions.
He scans content posted by the 45 people he follows and by people who tag him.
Just as we oppose those who bring terror to our streets, we should not allow others to exploit terrorism for evil either.
Combating domestic extremism in the U.K. is the responsibility of the police.
The right-wing group targets Muslims in direct action protests.
Britain First was in Leicester campaigning for the U.K. to leave the EU.
Interfaith groups said the group, Britain First, was trying to provoke Muslims.