Allowing the immigration to take place in Europe is a shame.
President Trump also criticized British Prime Minister Theresa May in the interview and her Brexit proposal which was finalized Friday and led to the resignation of some of her Cabinet members, including Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
Asked whether he thought that immigration was damaging the cultural fabric of the country - the question raised in relation to comments made by the President at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit on Thursday and a previous interview in the British press - President Trump said: "I think it's been very bad for Europe".
Mr Trump said: 'I think what has happened to Europe is a shame. "It's a very sad situation".
"I think it changed the fabric of Europe and, unless you act very quickly, it's never going to be what it was and I don't mean that in a positive way", he cautioned. We see them a lot. "I think it's very negative".
"Over the years, overall immigration has been good for the United Kingdom", she added.
May says people of different backgrounds have contributed to her country's society, but it's important to have a "set of rules" when it comes to immigration.
But despite the strong anti-immigration language, more reminiscent of far-right protesters than a sitting president, Trump supporters in London for the "carnival of resistance" said the President was right to voice concerns.
"It's not politically not necessarily correct to say that, but I'll say it, and I'll say it loud", he continued.
He went on to say: "They have vastly different cultures than ours". But he said European countries need to "watch themselves". But he reiterated his belief that Europe's decision to accept migrants from Middle Eastern and African countries is "a very negative thing for Europe".
"I dont think it's good for Europe".
"We all tout our nation as being a nation of immigrants", Espaillat said.
Earlier this year, Trump drew fire from Democrats for describing MS-13 gang members, many of them immigrants to the US, as "animals".
The two leaders were asked about Trump's interview with The Sun newspaper in which he argued that Europe is "losing its culture" because of immigration.
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