On ‘Radio Times’: London doesn’t like President Trump

 London Police Commissioner Cressida Dick, left, and the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, participate in a media conference at London Bridge in London, Monday, June 5, 2017. Police arrested several people and are widening their investigation after a series of attacks described as terrorism killed several people and injured more than 40 others in the heart of London on Saturday. (Alastair Grant/AP Photo)

London Police Commissioner Cressida Dick, left, and the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, participate in a media conference at London Bridge in London, Monday, June 5, 2017. Police arrested several people and are widening their investigation after a series of attacks described as terrorism killed several people and injured more than 40 others in the heart of London on Saturday. (Alastair Grant/AP Photo)

On Radio Times Tuesday, host Marty Moss-Coane was joined by NPR’s London Correspondent, Frank Langfitt, who said that the people of London think of Trump as the quintessential “ugly American. “

President Trump’s ongoing public feud with London Mayor Sadiq Khan was inflamed again following the terrorist attack on London Bridge over the weekend. Trump criticized the Mayor for his post-attack statements, calling them a “pathetic excuse.” The President and Khan have a history of heated rhetoric aimed at one another, extending back to Trump’s 2016 campaign.

On Radio Times Tuesday, host Marty Moss-Coane was joined by NPR’s London Correspondent, Frank Langfitt, who said that the people of London think of Trump as the quintessential “ugly American.“ Langfitt laid out bare the events by saying “You have the President of the United States attacking the mayor of the capitol of our closest ally after it’s been hit twice by terrorist attacks in the matter of under two and a half months. It’s extraordinary. And so people hate this here. They don’t understand why anybody would do this, let alone, your friend.”

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