Trump will visit Pittsburgh because of the mass shooting, though he is not welcome there

The recent bloody shooting in the synagogue of Pittsburgh has stirred up the American public.

Many people have supported the victims of the massacre. In the party remained Christian and Muslim organizations. Now to Express support for the intention of the US President Donald trump, who will visit Pittsburgh on Tuesday, October 30. The head of state will arrive in PA along with the first lady of the United States.

Representatives of the Jewish community, however, said that the American leader will not be welcome in this city. In their opinion, the President is also responsible for the incident because his policies led to the dawn of racism and anti-Semitism in the country. They wrote an open letter to Donald Trump, which is already more than 30 thousand signatures. In it, the Jewish community demanded that the President stay out of Pittsburgh.

«In recent years, Your words and political actions gave courage to the fans of the movement of white nationalists. You call yourself a killer of evil, but yesterday’s act of violence is a direct result of Your influence», — the message says.

The leaders of the local community said: as long as the US President does not declare intolerance towards supporters of the theory of white supremacy and will not cease to infringe on the rights of minorities, it in Pittsburgh, do not wait. The letter also mentioned the refusal from the policy of zero tolerance towards immigrants.

Press Secretary of the White house, in turn, believes that the President is not responsible for the shooting in the synagogue.

«It was an act of hatred, first of all, it was an act of evil,» said Huckabee Sanders, a spokesman for the White house.

When journalists reminded Sanders that the offender was supported by trump in his actions against the immigrants. However, the speaker responded by saying that it is impossible to shift the responsibility for a crime on another person, because Robert Bowers took up arms.


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