"It was wrong what he was doing", Gasparri said.
"I don't think we should roll out the red carpet to the president of the United States of America in the circumstances where his policies go against everything we stand for", Khan told U.K. broadcaster Channel 4 on Monday.
I am heartbroken that a Canadian is among those killed.
"A detachment of fighters from Islamic State carried out London attacks yesterday", it said.
He told the Recorder: "I didn't personally see any of the barbaric acts take place, but what I did see was the result of their actions".
Police named two of the three men behind the attack as Khuram Butt and Rachid Redouane, saying Butt was known to security services but there had been no evidence of "attack planning".
Neighbour Ikenna Chigbo said the attacker had asked him where he could get a van just before the attack.
However, Trump has been widely condemned for his tweets in the aftermath of the London Bridge atrocity in which at least 7 people were killed and almost 50 others injured.
Police vans leave carrying a number of women who were detained after a block of flats was raided in Barking, east London, Britain, June 4, 2017. Campaigning resumed Monday after being suspended by major political parties in the aftermath of the attack.
May did not answer repeated questions from reporters on Monday on the police cuts she oversaw but said counter-terrorism budgets had been protected and police had the powers they needed.
Butt had appeared in a documentary called "The Jihadis Next Door", broadcast previous year by Britain's Channel 4, as part of a group of men who unfurled an Islamic State flag in a park.
It was not immediately clear how the attack would impact the election.
"Yes we do have a problem, we should never have cut the police numbers".
"We have given increased powers to the police to be able to deal with terrorists - powers which Jeremy Corbyn has boasted he has always opposed", she said.
"This is what you do when you want to appear like you're really taking care of the problem but you're helpless", said Kamran Bokhari, a fellow at George Washington University's program on extremism, noting that May is not the first politician to view controlling content posted on the internet as a way to stop radicalization.
For more on the British government's ongoing response to Saturday's attack, The Takeaway turns to Usama Hasan, head of Islamic Studies with Quilliam International. Witnesses told the BBC that van hit "five or six people, ' then the attackers exited the vehicle and pursued others in a "rampage" in which hundreds ran for their lives". There are 500 current investigations involving 3000 potential suspects.
The country's official terror threat level had been set at "critical" in the parlous days after the Manchester concert bombing on May 22 that killed 22 people - reflecting a judgment that an attack might be imminent because accomplices with similar bombs might be on the loose.
After the attack, British Prime Minister Theresa May called for regulation of online content via global agreements.
One woman, Elizabeth O'Neill, said her son Daniel was approached by one of the men who said, "this is for my family, this is for Islam", before sticking a knife in him.
London Bridge train station also reopened.
"Our team is also working with the Metropolitan police to help them get any footage from drivers who were in the area at the time".