Trump Denounced the “Racism” and the “White Supremacism”!

After the shootings, Trump condemns the racism he is accused of fueling. Donald Trump denounced on Monday the “racism” and the “white supremacism” that he himself is accused of fueling, after the two shootings that killed 31 people in total this weekend in the United States, including 22 in El Paso, Texas, where he has to go Wednesday.


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Hate has no place in America – hatred warps the mind, ravages the heart, and devours the soul.

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The White House, in a brief address to the nation, to condemn “racism, sectarianism, and white supremacism”.

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Where will he respond to those who accuse him in the Democratic opposition of having, like a firefighter pyromaniac, blown on the embers of the fire he tries to appease since the sequence of two massacres.

The one perpetrated Saturday in El Paso, by a 21-year-old gunman who then went to the police, is treated as a case of “domestic terrorism” in a city with a large Latin American majority.

Its author, Patrick Crusius, posted a manifesto in which he denounced a Hispanic “invasion” in Texas.

A word regularly used by Donald Trump in his anti-immigrant rhetoric, which his opponents have severely criticized in recent days.

Very discreet since his departure from the White House, former Democratic President Barack Obama has called, without naming his successor republican, “firmly reject speeches (…) normalizing racist sentiments.”

Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard called the shooting of El Paso, where he was visiting, “an act of terrorism against Mexicans”.

My full statement with @SenSchumer here:

Pelosi, Schumer Joint Statement on President’s Statement on Recent Mass Shootings in El Paso, Dayton


Donald Trump on Monday called in his morning address to better “act against the warning signs” of violence. He called for a law that would allow the removal of their firearms from persons identified – in particular by members of their family – as posing a danger to themselves or others.


He also said he had asked the US Department of Justice to work on a law guaranteeing the “speedy” execution of “hate-motivated crime” and “mass murder” perpetrators.

Earlier on Twitter, he called for a better background check on those wishing to buy firearms, while wanting to link this measure to “urgently needed migration reform”.

Hülya Karahan