The comments provoked anger in both France and the UK.
France was particularly outraged when Trump, as he spoke at the WATR on Friday in Dallas, showed his hand as a weapon while describing how each of the victims in Paris were fatally hit.
"They took their time and shot them down one after another – boom, come on, boom, come here, boom," he said.
The Élysée Palace issued a statement on Saturday saying: "France expresses its firm disapproval of President Trump's remarks … and demands respect for the memory of the victims."
Francois Hollande, French President tweeted during the attacks of 2015 Saturday:
"Donald Trump's shameful remarks and obscene histrionics say a lot about what he thinks of France and its values.The friendship between our two peoples will not All my thoughts go to the victims of November 1
Trump: Armed Parisians could have stopped the attack
Trump went on to say things could have been different if Parisians had been armed in the battered cafes.
"If an employee or just a patron had a gun, or if a person in that room was in the opposite direction with a gun, the terrorists The mats would have been fled or shot and it would have been a very different story." Trump said.
The Élysée Palace responded to this comment by saying, "The free flow of weapons in society does not protect against terrorist attacks. Instead, it can facilitate the planning of this type of attack."
And the French ambassador in the United States, Gérard Araud, tweeted: "The statistics of people killed by weapons do not persuade France to change its gun laws.
The assault rifles and explosives attacked six locations
President says the UK has a knife problem
Trump also compared an unnamed London hospital with a "war zone" in the NRA speech, saying that despite the harsh gun laws in the United Kingdom, it has blood over all the grounds of the victims of knife attacks
do not have weapons. They have knives and instead there is blood all over the floor of this hospital, "said Trump. They say it's as bad as a military prisoner of war hospital … knives, knives, knives. London is not used to it. They get used to it. It's pretty tough.
The British bureaucracy did not push back, London Mayor Sadiq Khan's office refused to comment on CNN after Trump's comments.
But Charlie Falconer, retired as United Kingdom Justice Minister in 2016, tweeted on Saturday : "The murder rate in the US is five times higher than in the UK. There is no one person in the world (with the possible exception of the US President, and he probably lies) who believes that reducing our murder rate makes it easier to get weapons. "
In the midst of the turmoil Trump's comments tweeted Griffiths Saturday: "I am pleased to invite Mr. Trump to my (prestigious) hospital to discuss our achievements in reducing violence in London with our mayor and police commissioner."  Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May spoke According to the White House, they discussed trade with China, North Korea, Iran and Trump's upcoming visit to the UK, and it is unknown whether they spoke about Trump's remarks to the NRA.
Correction: An earlier version of t His story misconstrues the title of Ambassador Gérard Araud. He is the fr French ambassadors in the United States.
CNN's Pierre-Eliott Buet, Jennifer Hauser, Faith Karimi and Laura Smith-Spark contributed to this report.