McMaster: Jihadis are really irreligious criminals who use a pervertedinterpretation of religion
WALLACE: The president retweeted videos this week from a fringe anti-Muslim group called Britain First that purported to show Muslims, in some cases, inaccurately, Muslim immigrants committing acts of violence.
British Prime Minister May spoke out against the president, sending these tweets. Here?s what she had to say.
THERESA MAY, BRITISH PRIME MINISTER: The fact that we work together does not mean that we?re afraid to say that when we think the United States had got it wrong, and to be very clear with them. And I?m very clear that retweeting from Britain First was the wrong thing to do.
WALLACE: General, why did President Trump send out those videos?
MCMASTER: Well, President Trump is the best judge of why he did that. But I know it was his intention to highlight the importance of creating safe and secure environments for our citizens to make sure that we have the right laws in place, enforcement mechanisms in place, to ensure that, at this critical time, when ISIS is being defeated in the Middle East, that there is no return of terrorists and extremists who can pose a risk to the American people, or to our allies and partners.
WALLACE: But you know that, for instance, in the case of the Dutch video, it was not an immigrant that was involved. Britain First is a fringe, anti-Muslim group. The woman whose tweets that he sent out has been convicted of hate crimes.
Why is that useful for the president of the United States?
MCMASTER: Well, I mean, the key thing is, as you highlight the real risks that these terrorists pose to our citizens, that we make sure that we never buy into or reinforce the terrorist narrative you know, this false narrative that this is a war of religion.
I mean, this is really a conflict that involves
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