British Prime Minister Theresa May was among those who came to Khan's defense, though she declined to criticize Trump over the row. He originally levelled an inaccurate criticism of Khan, saying the mayor was telling people there was "no reason to be alarmed" about the attack.
Khan says that London residents should expect to see an intensified police presence in the wake of the attacks. The news media made clear the intent of the mayor's full statement. "You do not commit these disgusting acts in my name", he told those gathered. Following the attack, the London mayor released a statement warning his constituents that their city would have an intensified police presence.
Appearing on Channel 4 News, Mr Khan said Mr Trump was wrong about "many things" and that his state visit should not go ahead. Conway would not say whether the president should apologize to Khan and, instead, argued that there's an "obsession with covering everything Trump says on Twitter and very little of what he does as president".
Mr Khan responded by refusing to talk about Trump Jnr's scornful tweet in two separate interviews, saying: "I've been doing far more important things over the last 24 hours".
But the USA president renewed his attack on Monday, accusing London's first Muslim mayor of offering a "pathetic excuse" and "had to think fast on his "no reason to be alarmed" statement".
"The point is, there is a reason to be alarmed".
He followed that up Monday by doubling down on the alleged need for a travel ban, tweeting: That's right, we need a TRAVEL BAN for certain unsafe countries, not some politically correct term that won't help us protect our people!
"We send our love to the victims" families and all those injures and we thank our courageous emergency services and the brace Londoners who risked their lives.
"Thank you, Mayor Khan, for your leadership during this crisis".
The U.S. Conference of Mayors, whose membership includes the more that 1,400 U.S. cities with populations of 30,000 or more, said it "stands united" with Khan.
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John Horgan, a psychologist and terrorist expert at Georgia State University responded to the tweet by calling Trump the "Opportunist-in-Chief".
After all, as a candidate Trump said himself that foreign terror attacks were good for his political fortunes - and he's reacted to other foreign terrorist incidents by seeming to teeter on the edge of gloating that he had predicted them.
"This is a man insulting our national values at a time of introspection and mourning", Farron said on Twitter. "We will never let these cowards win and we will never be cowed by terrorism".
But Trump's sons defended their father's tweets targeting Khan.
He also called Mr Trump's views on Islam "ignorant", leading the NY billionaire to challenge him to an IQ test.
Trump, in the aftermath of an attack in San Bernardino, California, calls in a statement for a "total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on".
Federal courts struck down the first proposal in January.
And if it turns out that the assailants on Saturday were British they would have qualified for visa free travel into the U.S., invalidating Trump's point even further.
He advocated for a return to the original version of the ban.
That has been a steady question since Trump took office in January, but his behavior overnight has now offered relevant evidence. We need the courts to give us back our rights.