Donald Trump has said Britain and Europe are "not safe places" after terror attacks in Brussels and Paris.
The US Republican presidential front-runner said Europe had lots of “very, very severe” problems and added that he did not even think America was a safe place for Americans.
Mr Trump made the comments five days after the two explosions at Brussels Airport and a blast on the Metro, in which at least 31 people died.
Speaking to media, he said: “I don't think Brussels - England or I don't think that Europe is a safe place. No, I don't. I think there are a lot of problems in Europe that are very, very severe.