Immigration 'changed the fabric of Europe' - Trump

Politics 7/13/2018, 1:00 AM
Immigration 'changed the fabric of Europe' - Trump

United States President Donald Trump claimed that the recent migration wave in the European Union "changed the fabric of Europe" and that "allowing the immigration to talk place in Europe is a shame."

"Unless you act very quickly, it's never going to be what it was and I don't mean that in a positive way. So I think, allowing millions and millions of people to come in to Europe is very, very sad, I think you're losing your culture," Trump stated in an interview with The Sun during his visit to the United Kingdom. He also criticized the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, saying that he "has done a terrible job" in England's capital. "Take a look at the terrorism that's taking place, look at what's going on in London... I think he's done a very bad job on crime, if you look at your hospital in London... with all of the horrible things going on there with all of the crime that's been brought in," the president repeated, blaming Khan for making him "feel unwelcome" by allowing protests while Trump is in the UK.

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