Donald Trump offers an apology for retweeting UK anti-Muslim video in an interview on the UK’s ITV channel. US president Donald Trump appeared to make a public apology for retweeting anti-Muslim videos.
He said, “I have never said I am a perfect person. Nor pretended to be someone that I am not ’’said Mr. Trump.
Trump said he was sorry for retweeting the anti-Muslim videos which sparked anger in Britain.
Trump told Morgan that was unaware of who the Britain First group was when he shared three of the far-right party’s posts. Mr. Trump continued,
“I said it, I was wrong, and I apologize,” he said.
Donald Trump offered a brief articulation of regret for decade-old audiotape. But his real message was one of defiance. He described the controversy as mere “distraction” and said that his vulgar remarks captured on tape were nothing compared with the way Bill and Hillary Clinton had mistreated women.