New Zealand mosque shootings: Donald Trump tweets only link to Breitbart story; Twitterati slams president for lack of condolences
Friday, 15 March 2019 () As the international community reels under the shock of the blatantly hate-driven shootings in two mosques in New Zealand's Christchurch, US president Donald Trump has invited criticism for his tweet after the incident which only contains the link to the homepage of Breitbart, a conservative, 'far right' American news platform.
President Trump on Monday said it is “ridiculous” that the media is blaming him for the mosque attacks in New Zealand.
President Trump on Monday said it is "ridiculous" that the media is blaming him for the recent mosque attacks in New Zealand. "The Fake News Media is working overtime to...
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