(Trump once again called the media the "enemy of the people" Monday morning.) She said he "wants to find ways to bring our country together" in moments of crisis but wasn't stop his attacks on his opponents.
"The very first thing the media did was blame the president and make him responsible for these ridiculous acts", Sanders said.
On Saturday, Trump strongly condemned the shooting as "pure evil", adding that the "vile, hate-filled poison of anti-Semitism" and all other forms of prejudice must be rejected, The Washington Post reported.
"I'm a citizen, and he's my president, he's certainly welcome", Mr Myers said on ABC's Meet the Press.
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Just minutes before the synagogue attack, Bowers apparently took to social media to rage against HIAS, a Jewish organization that resettles refugees under contract with the USA government.
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"I think it's irresponsible for an outlet like yours to blame responsibility of a pipe bomb that was not sent by the president. for those heinous acts - I think that is outrageous and irresponsible", she replied.
Bowers allegedly told police after his arrest that he "wanted all Jews to die" because he said they were inflicting genocide on "his people".
But he quickly reverted to form, attacking the media and potential Democratic rivals for the presidency at a rally and on Twitter as Americans looked forward to crucial midterm elections November 6. "It's the president placing blame here", the journalist responded. Trump critics have said the president's harsh partisan rhetoric has fueled such attacks.
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For example, Bowers had reportedly referred on social media to anger at a group of several thousand impoverished Central Americans now attempting to walk north to the United States - a favourite target of the president's anti-immigrant rhetoric.
She also defended the president's attacks on the news media, which Trump has accused of fueling division in society, and insisted Trump has played an important, healing role in times of national tragedy.
"Would that include my outlet, which received a bomb last week?"
Barry Werber says members of the synagogue's New Light Congregation were in the basement and beginning to pray when they heard crashing coming from upstairs. "Blowback from his words came and cost people's lives, and we said enough is enough".
The Jewish community of Pittsburgh, like so many other communities, is very politically diverse. which means you will find lots of folks who will say the office of the presidency deserves great respect.
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Barack Obama has accused Donald Trump of "making stuff up" in fiery speeches aimed at the president and Republicans. Still, investigators said they were treating the devices as "live" explosives, not a hoax.
Per US law, each federal death penalty case must be authorized by the AG upon consultation with local attorneys. "I don't think it's my place to say if it's appropriate".
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