After mass shooting resulted deaths of 30, “hate has no place” in US

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Speaking out on Sunday, Trump claims that “Hate has no place in our country, and we’re going to take care of it.”

The President noted that his administration has “done much more than most administrations” towards armed violence but admitted “perhaps more has to be done.”

A man began firing in downtown Dayton, Ohio, where killed 9 people and injured 16 after which he was shot by police. One more attack followed in Walmart shop in El-Paso, Texas, a “manifesto” participant in reply to a “Hispanic invasion.”

Hispanics will take control of the local and state government of my beloved Texas, changing policy to better suit their needs. The heavy Hispanic population in Texas will make us a Democrat stronghold.

The US powers considered these incidents as the act of terrorism. Trump addressed to “a mental illness problem” that provoked the fire without any commentaries on common views of a manifesto on an anti-migrant movement.

“Donald Trump is responsible for this. He is responsible because he is stoking fears and hatred and bigotry,” US Senator Cory Booker said on CNN’s “State of the Union.

Also, Democrat Beto O’Rourke and Senator Bernie Sanders find out Trump as a white nationalist.

“He is an open avowed racist and is encouraging more racism in this country,” said O’Rourke.

“All of the evidence out there suggests that we have a president who is a racist, who is a xenophobe who appeals, and is trying to appeal, to white nationalism,” said Sanders.


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