A video retweeted by Donald Trump of a Muslim migrant beating up a boy on crutches was today dismissed as fake news by police in the Netherlands.

A spokeswoman said the attacker in the video is a Dutch national - and not an immigrant as claimed by British nationalists.

Mrs Cox, a mother of two young children, was on her way to hold a constituency surgery when she was confronted by Thomas Mair one morning in June last year.

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But Dutch media this afternoon said the video was 'fake news'.

The video features a born and raised Dutch man and no reports have detailed the suspect's religion.

Mr Trump also retweeted a video of a Muslim man 'destroy(ing) a statue of Virgin Mary', and another where Ms Fransen wrote: 'Islamist mob pushed teenage boy off roof and beats him to death! The video entitled 'Muslim migrant beats up Dutch boy on crutches! The clip was allegedly first posted on the Dutch website Dumpert in May before being removed following a request by police.

The incident was said to have taken place in Monnickendam, around ten miles north of Amsterdam.

They are abhorrent, dangerous and a threat to our society,' he said.

Labour MP Chuka Umunna told Sky News: 'I don't think the president of the United States, a president who has not only promoted bigotry, misogyny and racism in his own country, I don't think he is welcome here.'I think the invite that has been made to him to come to our country in early 2018 should be withdrawn.'What we see here is the president retweeting and promoting the propaganda of a far right racist bigoted group members of which have been arrested and convicted for promoting hatred in this country.'I am absolutely astounded that a man – any person – in his position holding the office that he does should be promoting the propaganda of a far right British group.'Labour MP Jo Cox was murdered by a far-right extremist who shouted 'Britain First' as he brutally shot and stabbed her to death.Mrs May did not take PMQs in the Commons today because she is on a trip to the Middle East, but Downing Street said it would respond later.Brendan Cox, the husband of Mrs Cox, who was killed during the EU referendum campaign last year, said: 'Trump has legitimised the far right in his own country, now he's trying to do it in ours.'Spreading hatred has consequences and the President should be ashamed of himself.' Labour MP Mary Creagh posted: 'Jo Cox's killer shouted 'Britain First'.According to the Middle East Media Research Institute, whose video of the incident has been viewed more than 17,000 times on You Tube, the footage was captured in a Syrian village and features a Muslim called Sheik Omar Raghba.In his remarks to the camera before smashing the statue, he reportedly says: ‘Allah willing, Allah alone will be worshipped in the Levant, which will be ruled only by the law of Allah.‘The idols will be worshipped no more in the Levant, Allah willing.‘We shall accept nothing but Allah, his religion, and the Sunnah of his prophet.’And the second shows an incident which took place during riots by Muslim Brotherhood supporters in Alexandria, Egypt, in July 2013 following the coup which ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi.Speaker John Bercow has already made clear he would block the President from getting the honour of addressing both Houses of Parliament if he does come.