British Prime Minister Theresa May isn't pleased about President Trump's tweets regarding the Friday morning attack in London. In an interview after the fire on a London Underground train, apparently caused by the detonation of an "improvised explosive device," May doled out some very pointed advice on what constitutes an appropriate response to a suspected "terrorist incident." "I never think it is helpful for anyone to speculate in what is an ongoing investigation," May said, a stance echoed by London police.
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Trump, of course, had done exactly that in his tweets Friday morning, using the attack to push his proposed travel ban on visitors from majority-Muslim countries and declaring that "loser terrorists must be dealt with in a much tougher manner." He claimed these "sick and demented people" were "in the sights of Scotland Yard," which is information that Scotland Yard has not publicly shared.