This BBC report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-39023978 is yet another of the BBC's incessant anti President Donald Trump pieces. The BBC are desperate to ridicule the new American President, to attack him whenever possible and to ensure that the British public is fed an unending diet of anti Trump articles.
This one concerns what seems to have been a slip of the tongue in a speech by the new democratically elected President of the United States of America, Donald Trump, regarding Sweden.
President Donald Trump has clarified his comments. Apparently he was referring to a programme on Fox News about Sweden's problems which had been aired "last night".
That seems plausible and enough to put this line of attack to bed, but the BBC have an agenda to push.
Oddly enough I don't remember the BBC being so keen to report Barack Hussein Obama's misspeaks, did they even mention the hilarious time when the Obamamessiah forgot how many states there are in the United States of America? Here's the video https://youtu.be/EpGH02DtIws Surely that was worth showing. If it had been George W. Bush or Donald Trump then you would have seen or heard it endlessly on Have I Got News For You and The News Quiz but as it's Barack Obama, not a mention.
Please note that this does not mean that the BBC is in any way biased against Republican Presidents, the BBC is completely impartial at all times...