Trump calls Pittsburgh synagogue attack ‘evil’ anti-Semitism
MURPHYSBORO, Ill. — President Donald Trump condemned a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue as an "evil anti-Semitic attack" Saturday, but said he chose to attend a political rally because to cancel would make these "sick, demented people important." Speaking to a massive, cheering crowd at an airport hangar in southern Illinois, Trump said "the hearts of all Americans are filled with grief, following the monstrous killing." He also said the shooting was "an assault on all of us."