Sanders announced that Mr. Trump and first lady Melania Trump would visit Pennsylvania to grieve with the Pittsburgh community Tuesday.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders speaks to the media during the daily press briefing at the White House, Monday, Oct. 29, 2018, in Washington.
At the first White House press briefing in almost a month, Sanders was peppered with questions about Trump's rhetoric in the wake of the mass shooting at a Synagogue in Pittsburgh and multiple pipes bombs which were sent to liberal public figures.
Acosta then followed up, asking her to specifically name the news outlets that Trump considered the "enemy of the people". "That will do much to put out the flame of Anger and Outrage". "Fake News Must End!" he said.
The police affidavit says calls began coming in to 911 just before 10 a.m. Saturday, reporting "they were being attacked". Sanders added that anti-Semitism is a "plague to humanity" and something that all Americans "have a duty to confront". "We must unite to conquer hate".
Past president of Tree of Life synagogue Lynnette Lederman felt differently about Trump coming here, telling CNN, "I do not welcome this President to my city".
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Prior to that announcement, Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto said Trump should hold off on visiting Pittsburgh until after funerals are held for the 11 people killed Saturday at Squirrel Hill's Tree of Life Congregation synagogue. Social media posts attributed to Bowers indicate that in addition to hating Jews, he is also virulently anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim.
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Cooperman said she was surprised and gladdened by the outpouring of solidarity.
But he quickly reverted to form, attacking the media and potential Democratic rivals for the presidency at a rally and on Twitter as Americans looked forward to crucial midterm elections November 6.
"President Trump's rhetoric and President Trump's policies paved the way for the type of white nationalist violence that has devastated our community", Mason told KDKA political Jon Delano. The suspect, authorities said, was living in a van with windows covered with Trump stickers and pictures of top Democrats with cross-hairs over their faces.
One of the targets of the mail bomb attacks last week was liberal Jewish philanthropist George Soros, who has been accused by far-right conspiracy theorists of paying migrants to join the caravan.
"It should be up to the rabbis and the families, whether or not they want to take a visit from the president", Doyle said. There were concerns about logistics and whether police would be able to handle the presidential visit, the people said.