The explosion from the Parsons Green subway station was a terrorist attack

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The London attack Friday morning is, to Trump, yet more evidence of the existential threat posed by terrorism - and proof of how politicians obsessed with political correctness refuse to properly acknowledge that threat. "It keeps going and going, and we have to be very smart and we have to be very, very tough - perhaps we're not almost tough enough".

Earlier in the day, Trump said in a series of tweets that perpetrators of the explosion in London subway are "loser terrorists" who are "under the sight of Scotland Yard".

British Prime Minister Theresa May rebuked Trump for engaging in Twitter speculation after a subway attack injured 23 people in London.

Trump's assessment followed news of an explosion going off in a London subway vehicle during the morning rush hour that injured at least 18 commuters and was labeled a terrorist attack by police.

The Metropolitan Police tweeted that they have not yet identified the attacker but an investigation is underway.

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The attacker's identity and details of the investigation were revealed in USA media before British authorities made the information public, while The New York Times published photographs from the scene, as well as images of the bomb.

Police have also interviewed "tens" of witnesses and received almost 80 images and videos from the public following an earlier appeal.

Trump said in June that the Justice Department "should have stayed with the original Travel Ban, not the watered down, political correct version" it sent to the Supreme Court, and called on DOJ to toughen the ban. "The Internet is the main recruitment tool that we must cancel and use it better", announced PLOTUS via Twitter.

A short time later, Trump added: "Loser terrorists must be dealt with in a much tougher manner".

His comments appeared to point the finger at British police, who had not released any information about suspects.

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Police said no arrests had been made and would not comment on the manhunt for the culprit. "We have to talk to them about, maybe in certain areas, closing that internet up in some ways".

British officials weren't happy with President Trump's choice to chime in before any of the facts were known.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan said in a statement that his city will not be defeated by terrorists.

In light of the attack, May said she plans to bring up terrorists' use of the internet to spread extremism when she's in the US for the United Nations General Assembly next week.

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