His comments came as shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry called Mr Trump "a danger" and "a racist".
"Eddie intends to stand again, he's proud of his campaign, but obviously it was a tough contest in a factional party which is not what he's about nor likes; the contest became a battle of slates and he isn't like that", one of his allies said.
Last night Jeremy Corbyn was urged to trigger a clean-out of centrist MPs as the party completed its takeover of the ruling body.
The British Parliament's Opposition Leader and chief of the UK Labour Party said he was "concerned" by Israel's refusal to grant entry to members of organizations promoting the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement, and blasted President Donald Trump for his "failure" to back the United Nations and United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Labour leader and self-styled Communist Jeremy Corbyn has questioned the value of Britain's "special relationship" with the U.S., suggesting Washington is not actually the UK's "most important ally, ' while criticizing Trump " s 'endless offensive remarks.', seems Corbyn watches a great deal of CNN and has little knowledge of the actual Trump Administration.
But some in the pro-EU campaign, like the Liberal Democrats and former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair, want another referendum before the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, which is due to happen in March 2019.
Another MP told The Times that changing the rules could cause Mr Corbyn more problems.
This morning Corbyn supporter Paul Mason told the BBC: "I want to have it hanging over every MP that they could get deselected if they don't do their job properly".
"We are not supporting or calling for a second referendum".
"What we have called for is a meaningful vote in Parliament".
"I think we are in the right direction on that".
"But, at the moment, and as things now stand, we proceed in good faith, we do as we are instructed and we are leaving the European Union".
"Every step of the way Labour are trying to frustrate the Brexit process rather than make a success of it". Still, he admitted Washington is "obviously culturally and economically significant and important".
"This poll suggests parties need to get their messages straight when it comes to our departure from the EU".
He added: "I'm not sure anyone has succeeded in defining the special relationship".
"Also the trading relationships we have around the world with obviously the European Union, but also with India and China and the rest of the world are very important".