Just hours after the Manchester attack, U.S. news outlets were citing USA officials claiming to identify the suspect before the Manchester police had released the information. So far there have been no arrests.
"This was a detonation of an improvised explosive device", said Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley, from the head of national counter-terrorism policing.
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US President Donald Trump has responded to the attempted terror attack in London by suggesting cutting-off the internet to "loser" terrorists. Ergo, it would seem Trump is making an assumption on the identity of the attacker (s) - that said person is of Middle Eastern background and/or could be described as "Muslim".
But Prime Minister Theresa May rebuked Trump for suggesting the terrorist behind the attack was known to authorities.
The Met Police has dismissed his claims as "pure speculation" and Prime Minister Theresa May branded his remarks unhelpful.
Since no information about the perpetrator or perpetrators of the bombing had yet been publicly released, Trump's tweet left people wondering if he was alluding to intelligence information.
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Different, as in the first time the International Olympic Committee has granted two Summer Olympics at once. IOC chief Bach meanwhile said the Olympic movement had secured the result "we were looking for".
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That suggestion generated some tough questioning from commission members, including Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap. On the other hand, as Kobach states, "it does not allow the state time to assess the eligibility of the voter".
One can not help but wonder if Trump knows that "cutting off" the internet would also mean cutting off access to his beloved Twitter account.
In last one year, the United Kingdom has been the target of a string of Islamist-related terrorist attacks.
"The attack was meant to cause significant harm, and 22 people have been injured and are being treated in hospital", May said while speaking to media.
Trump has a chance to widen the travel ban later this month. Was he criticising Scotland Yard and the British intelligence services for not acting sooner? "This is a live investigation and we will provide further updates as it progresses", the Metropolitan Police said in a statement.
"Another attack in London by a loser terrorist", he wrote.
Trump's travel ban blocked the entry of citizens from six Muslim-majority countries for 90 days and all refugees for 120 days.
Trump has frequently used terrorist attacks to promote his ban, the formal title of which is "Executive Order Protecting The Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into The United States".