Trump commented on the terrorist attack in Manhattan: «NOT IN USA»

Trump commented on the terrorist attack in Manhattan: «NOT IN USA»

Two hours ago there was information about a terrorist attack in the heart of new York in Manhattan: a truck rammed people on the bike path without stopping, he drove on until he crashed into a school bus.

Already know about the 8 dead and 11 wounded during the shooting. While it is unknown who is the shooter male. According to unconfirmed reports, the 29-year-old Saipov, Saifullo from Tampa, Florida.

President Donald trump responded to the incident in Twitter, focusing public attention on the phrase: «Not in USA».

«In new York, it seems, another attack is really a sick and deranged man. Law enforcement agencies are closely monitoring the incident. NOT IN the United States,» said trump.

In NYC, looks like another attack by a very sick and deranged person. Law enforcement is following this closely. NOT IN THE U. S. A.!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 31, 2017

According to police, the driver jumped out of the truck, holding a pistol in each hand, and was then shot by officers in the stomach and arrested. The suspect was hospitalized.

Two police officers said that after the attacker got out of the truck, he shouted: «Allah Akbar«. Governor Andrew Cuomo called the shooter a «lone wolf» and stated that there is no evidence that this attack is part of a larger plan.

So someone rented a uhaul a truck and rammed into innocent people . Smells like a terror attack to me.

Guys and Gals be safe out there this Halloween evening.

Manhattan pic.twitter.com/xDt0Uy2eFH

Oak-Town☢Unfiltered™ (@hrtablaze) October 31, 2017

According to a senior law enforcement officer, the Federal authorities consider this incident as a terrorist act.

The mayor of new York bill de Blasio called the attack «a cowardly act of terror aimed at innocent civilians».

As the investigation continues, @DeMarcoReports has the latest in the terror attack that killed 8 people in lower Manhattan. pic.twitter.com/9eJFE5wIYj

— CBS News (@CBSNews) October 31, 2017

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