The Dalai Lama has accused US President Donald Trump of lacking “moral principle”, in a wide-ranging BBC interview in which the Tibetan spiritual leader said that any female successor should be attractive. “One day he says something, another day he says something,” the 83-year-old Buddhist monk said of the US president. “But I think (there is a) lack of moral principle.” “When he became president he expressed ‘America First’. That is wrong. America they should take the global responsibility,” the Dalai Lama said, adding that Trump’s emotions are “also a little bit... too complicated”. He also reiterated his views on immigration into Europe, saying that only a “limited number” of refugees should be allowed to stay, saying “keep Europe for Europeans”.