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Mayor Sadiq Khan quipped that the U.S. president was "clearly busy dealing with a hurricane out on the golf course."
A wave of extremist far-right movements with chilling echoes of the Nazis is being "fueled" by Donald Trump, writes Sadiq Khan on 80th anniversary of World War II.
It's the latest jab in an ongoing war of words between Khan and the president.
On Monday, Trump called Khan a "terrible" mayor and "a stone cold loser."
It's payback to the man-who-doesn't-read for his nasty comments about Meghan Markle and London Mayor Sadiq Khan, says "Daily Show" host.
The U.S. president kicked off his state visit to the UK by tweeting insults comparing the London mayor to New York Mayor Bill de Blasio.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan scorches Trump in op-ed ahead of the president's state visit, compares him to last-century fascists.
"It’s time to take this crucial issue out of the hands of the politicians and return it to the people," Sadiq Khan said in a Sunday Op-Ed.
He blames Obama for the move, even though it was first planned under Bush.
British media report the White House may have feared mass protests.
"We have no time for people who want to build walls."
It’s not happy stuff, but you should know... 1. At least 22 people have been injured in a suspected terror attack in London
Sadiq Khan reiterated his opposition this week to the president's impending state visit to the country.
“Every time a newspaper prints a negative story about Muslims, ISIS leaders will be rubbing their hands in glee,” says academic Dr. Paul Baker.
He shielded the assailant from an angry crowd and asked the police to step in.