At least 22 people were injured, mostly with burns, after an improvised explosive device exploded aboard a crowded subway vehicle Friday morning at London's Parsons Green station.
"Another attack in London by a loser terrorist", the United States president tweeted.
The US President tweeted a response this morning, taking aim at terrorists who he described as "sick and demented".
Meanwhile today, when Trump called the terrorist incident in London as another attack "by a loser terrorist", May rebuked him by asking not to "speculate". He added. "The internet is their main recruitment tool which we must cut off & use better!"
"As I've just said police and security services are working to discover the full circumstances of this cowardly attack and to identify all those responsible".
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More than 20 people were hospitalized after the explosion..
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The footage is managed and recorded locally, although British Transport Police say they can also view much of it at their hub to "develop intelligence about particular locations and suspects".
"True or not - and I'm sure he doesn't know - this is so unhelpful from leader of our ally and intelligence partner", tweeted Timothy, who was May's chief of staff until the June general election and worked for her as a senior adviser when she was home secretary. In a series of posts, Trump's response to the London terror incident implied that United Kingdom authorities were not acting "proactive" in trying to prevent terror, while also touting the potential of travel bans.
In separate tweets, Trump wrote "Another attack in London by a loser terrorist".
Trump concluded, "Must be proactive & nasty!" Police advised people to avoid the area in southwest London. Photos showing crime scene evidence appeared in USA media; the bombing suspect's name was revealed while British officials were still withholding it. Trump said May was "very angry" over the leaks.