"Crocodile tears from Sadiq Khan".

'We stand up for our values and show the world we are the greatest city in the world'.

However, Trump Jr. presented a misleading front through his tweets by stating that Khan insinuated terrorism is a part of everyday life in big cities.

In all, people of 11 nationalities were caught up in the violence as Masood ploughed into pedestrians before running through the gates of the parliament building and fatally stabbing unarmed policeman Keith Palmer.

"You use a terrorist attack on our city to attack London's Mayor for your own political gain". That message took on new meaning Wednesday as an attacker drove his auto through pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and then fatally stabbed an officer at the gates of Parliament.

The Deputy Commissioner of the London Metropolitan Police Craig Mackey, British Home Secretary Amber Rudd and London Mayor Khan spoke at the event, before a minutes silence. General opinion's starting to make out that we live in a world of hatred and greed, but I don't see that.

"They have lost a brother, it could have been any one of us", she told AFP. "I've been doing far more important things over the past 24 hours".

"This is a moment of reflection for all Londoners, and should lead us to consider the fact that we largely haven't experienced such attacks before, while other cities have". This a time to express our gratitude to the heroism of our police officers and emergency services who ran towards danger to help, and at the same time they encouraged others to run for safety. One commented "He is Pakistani, and always will support terror and terrorists". Your listeners will see though, over the next few days, including today, additional armed officers across London, additional unarmed officers across London. "This has been going on for 1,400 years and while it's going on the police leaders and the political leaders want to invite more" - before tweeting: "Muslims make up only 4 per cent of the United Kingdom population, look at the continued chaos and destruction they cause, what do you think it will be like with 20 per cent?"

Labour Mayor Sadiq Khan said now is not the time for division and urged poeple to remain open-minded and outward-looking.

The country's terror threat level was already at "severe" and would not change because of Wednesday's attack, May added.

"That means an attack is highly likely".

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