11 People Killed in Pittsburgh Synagogue
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From the RightTrump calls for death penalty after synagogue shooting; leaders react to tragedy with sorrow, anger and frustration
President Trump said that the suspect responsible for killing and injuring multiple people and police officers at a Pittsburgh synagogue Saturday “should get the death penalty,” saying the suspect should “pay the ultimate price.”
From the CenterTrump Condemns Shooting as a ‘Wicked Act’ of Anti-Semitism
President Trump denounced the mass shooting inside a Pittsburgh synagogue as a “wicked act of pure evil and anti-Semitic,” and for the fourth consecutive day condemned political violence.
From the LeftPennsylvania candidates cancel campaign events after Pittsburgh synagogue shooting
Pennsylvania Democratic Sen. Bob Casey and Gov. Tom Wolf canceled a series of campaign events with other state Democratic candidates Saturday in light of the shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue earlier in the morning.