The suspected mail-bomber was an ardent Trump supporter who has been pictured holding a "CNN sucks" sign and had anti-CNN, anti-Democrat stickers on his van. "Fake News Must End!"
"The very first thing the media does was blame the president".
The US president condemned the Pittsburgh attack as an act of anti-Semitism and has denounced political violence. The White House has rejected any suggestion that the president's harsh rhetoric contributed to the toxic moment. Hertzman said that the President and the First Lady were seen with a tray of rocks, which is a part of a Jewish tradition when visiting cemeteries.
The signers said that until Trump fully denounced white nationalism he would not be welcome in Pittsburgh.
Robert Bowers, the man accused in the massacre during Saturday prayers at the Tree of Life synagogue, made a first court appearance Monday, attending the session in a wheelchair after being wounded during a gunfight with police. I'm a citizen. He's my president. "He is certainly welcome".
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"If the President is looking to come to Pittsburgh, I would ask that he not do so while we are burying the dead".
Acosta then asked Sanders if CNN was on the White House's list of "enemies", but she refused to be pinned down. Director of Marketing for the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh Adam Hertzman joined Mangino to discuss the Jewish communities' viewpoint on Trump's visit. "The rabbi said that he is welcome as well".
Throughout his campaign and presidency, Mr Trump has been an unrelenting critic of the media. Last week, the NY offices of CNN, the cable network frequently criticized by Trump and his supporters, was evacuated after receiving an explosive device and an envelope containing white powder. White House adviser Kellyanne Conway said on CNN that Mr Trump was "trying to heal the country". He is planning an aggressive campaign schedule during the final days leading up to the November 6 elections. "I refer to Fake News Media when mentioning Enemy of the People - but dishonest reporters use only the word 'Media.' The people of our Great Country are angry and disillusioned at receiving so much Fake News".
On Saturday night in a rally in Southern Illinois, Mr Trump was somewhat muted, but still offered his standard campaign attack lines, including citing Hillary Clinton and representative Maxine Waters, both of whom were targeted in the bomb plot.