President Trump has been caught up in a media uproar after sharing violent anti-Muslim videos from a far-right Twitter account based in the UK.
The 3 videos, which he re-tweeted early Wednesday morning, were first published by Britain First, who want to stop further immigration into England and oppose what they call "the Islamification of the UK."
They show violent acts carried out by Muslim individuals, according to Britain First deputy leader, Jayda Fransen.
One video shows an apparent migrant boy beating up another boy on crutches. The second is of an older man speaking Arabic and smashing a statue of the virgin Mary. The third video depicts several men throwing a man to his death from a rooftop.
The White House Press Secretary defended Trump's decision to share the posts, saying it was meant to start a conversation about border security and immigration.
She also refused to answer if the videos were factual or falsified. "Whether it is a real video, the threat is real," she says.