“We can’t allow it. It must be confronted and condemned everywhere.”
At a rally, U.S. President Donald Trump addressed the horrific anti-Semitic terrorist attack that took place at a Pittsburgh Synagogue.
Trump’s remarks can be seen below:
Earlier, Trump spoke about the attack outside of Marine One. A transcript of his initial remarks is below:
“We’ll be making a major statement. It’s a terrible, terrible thing what’s going on with hate in our country frankly and all over the world. And something has to be done. Something has to be done.
It looks like results are coming in, they’re more devastating than anybody thought in the morning. In the morning they thought it was the shooter but they had the shooter, they soon would, but the results are very devastating. You’re seeing the numbers come in. So we’ll be speaking to you at the conference, the future farmers of America, conference, and it’s just a shame to watch this, to see this. For so many years, so much of it, absolutely a shame.“