President Trump Condemns Kansas Shooting As Hate And Evil
Washington (DC): President Donald Trump said in a speech delivered Tuesday that recent threats targeting Jewish community centers and vandalism of Jewish cemeteries, as well as last week’s shooting in Kansas City remind us that while “we may be a nation divided on policies, we are a country that stands united in condemning hate and evil in all its of ugly forms.” It was the first topic in his speech.
Receiving a standing ovation for his statement from Congressmen from both the Houses, Trump said that he was there to deliver the speech of unity and strength. It is the message deeply delivered from my heart. A new chapter of American greatness is now beginning, he said.
“Our allies will find that America is once again ready to lead,” he said. Earlier the White House spokeswoman has told the press that the White House is condemning the Kansas shooting, but express doubt if the president is going to talk about the issue in his speech to the Congress.
Indian community has been waiting to hear from the White House and from president Donald Trump an assurance that the incidents like the Kansas shooting, in which an Indian Srinivas Kuchibhotla was shot and killed by a racist, would not repeat and that the administration would address the underlying issue of racism.
The president addressing the issue should bring some relief to the community. At the same time, President Trump stuck to the immigration plan that he was trying to impose earlier, such as building the wall.
Talking about the immigration, he said that his administration has answered the pleas of the American people for immigration and border security by finally enforcing the immigration laws, We will raise wages, help the unemployed and save billion and billion of dollars and make our communities safer.
“We must restore integrity and the rule of law at the border,” he said.