Following back-to-back gun massacres that left 31 dead in Texas and Ohio, Bishop Mark Seitz of El Paso said it was “appropriate” for President Donald Trump to call out the white supremacy that motivated the Texas shooting, but said the president must also examine his own rhetoric in the matter.
In his remarks from the White House on Monday morning, the president called for the nation to “condemn racism, bigotry and white supremacy” and labeled the weekend’s attacks as “evil.” The president called for bipartisan efforts to combat gun violence, while focusing much of his ten-minute address to lamenting “the perils of the internet and social media.”
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