Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has been in a generous mood recently, saying he'd be happy to let newly elected Mayor of London Sadiq Khan enter America.
The announcement comes after Trump said last year that there should be a ban on all Muslims entering the country in the midst of terror attacks.
But Tooting MP Khan doesn't want to be Trump's "exception".
"Donald Trump's ignorant view of Islam could make both our countries less safe. It risks alienating mainstream Muslims around the world and plays into the hands of the extremists," he said.
"This isn't just about me – it's about my friends, my family and everyone who comes from a background similar to mine, anywhere in the world. Donald Trump and those around him think that western liberal values are incompatible with mainstream Islam. London has proved him wrong."
Tooting MP Khan was thoughtful enough to say that he would have to visit New York and Chicago before next January in case the real estate mogul was elected president, after raising concerns he may not be able to visit the country if Trump enters the White House.
"I want to go to America to meet with and engage with American mayors. If Donald Trump becomes the President, I’ll be stopped from going there by virtue of my faith, which means I can’t engage with American mayors and swap ideas," Khan told Time Magazine.
But luckily for Khan, Trump said the Labour politician would be one "exception". How nice.
"There will always be exceptions," Trump said.
Yet, Trump did concede that he was happy Khan was elected. "If he does a good job and frankly if he does a great job, that would be a terrific thing," Trump continued.
In the aftermath of Trump's idea of a temporary blanket ban on Muslims – as well as comments he made about no-go areas in Paris and London due to extremism – the UK public signed up to a petition in the thousands to ban Trump from entering the UK, which was then debated in parliament.
Obviously The Donald didn't like that, threatening to pull investment in his golf courses in Scotland if the ban went ahead.
Trump actually doesn't seem to be doing too well with British politicians in general of late. Last week Prime Minister David Cameron refused to apologise for calling the billionaire "divisive, stupid and wrong".
Khan added in his interview with Time: "I’m confident that Donald Trump’s approach to politics won’t win in America."
The revelations come after Khan swept to victory in London's mayoral election in the early hours of Saturday morning, overpower the Conservative's Zac Goldsmith by 1.3m votes to 994,000.