Trump calls for 'tougher, more specific' travel ban

US President Donald Trump has claimed Scotland Yard knew about the Parsons Green Tube bomber

US President Donald Trump has claimed Scotland Yard knew about the Parsons Green Tube bomber

US President Donald Trump has condemned the London Underground terror attack, saying the those responsible were "sick and demented people".

London's Metropolitan Police dismissed the tweet as "unhelpful speculation", and Mr Trump was also rebuked by Prime Minister Theresa May. Asked about his tweet on the travel ban, Trump said "we have to be tougher and we have to be smarter".

President Donald Trump is calling a fire at a London subway station another attack "by a loser terrorist" and suggesting police there may have missed an opportunity to prevent it.

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Twitter user @Rrigs, who posted pictures of a white bucket smouldering on the train, said: "Explosion on Parsons Green District Line train".

Last year Damon Smith, a student with an interest in weapons and Islamic extremism, left a knapsack filled with explosives and ball bearings on a London subway train.

"According to a translation by Middle East observer Hassan Hassan, the message on the group's propganda page said: "A security source to Amaq: the bombing of the IED in the London tube was carried out by a unit affiliated to the Islamic State", said The Independent report.

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For the record, in a brief statement after the call, a Downing Street spokeswoman told media: "President Trump called the Prime Minister earlier today to offer his condolences over this morning's cowardly attack in London".

So, as Frankie's mower roared into life, Mr Trump turned and strode to the Oval Office to - he said - place a call to Theresa May. and perhaps try to fix some of that damage.

In a TV statement on Saturday, Prime Minister Theresa May raised the United Kingdom terror threat from "severe" to "critical", prompting fear another attack may be imminent.

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As one of his first orders of business after entering the White House in January, Trump penned an executive order banning travel and refugee status for people from six predominantly Muslim nations. "As London has proven again and again, we will never be intimidated or defeated by terrorism", he said. We have to see Bill Gates and a lot of different people that really understand what's happening. He argued the move was necessary for the United States to review and strengthen its vetting procedures for people traveling from countries like Syria, Libya and Somalia.

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