President Donald Trump says the killers behind the suicide bombing in Manchester are “evil losers.” “I won't call them monsters, because they would like that term, they would think that is a great name,” he said. “I will call them, from now on, losers … . Washington: US President Donald Trump reassured British Prime Minister Theresa May that the resolve will "never waiver" in the face of terrorism, following a multiple-death bomb attack in Manchester. Trump on Tuesday spoke with May via phone during his. Trump spoke from Bethlehem in the West Bank, the morning after a blast that killed more than 20 people at an Ariana Grande concert. President Trump said the US stood in “absolute solidarity” with the United Kingdom and slammed the “evil losers” behind
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Trump brands killer 'a loser' as he stands in solidarity with UK
President Donald Trump uttered a single word on Tuesday that perfectly framed the slaughter that targeted Ariana Grande concertgoers in Manchester, England: Evil. That's the word that the president brandished to describe the suicide bomber who packed. Like The Atlantic? Subscribe to The Atlantic Daily, our free weekday email newsletter. Donald Trump is famous for describing his many opponents—from Rosie O'Donnell to an astrologer in Cleveland named Gary—as “losers.” But on Tuesday, following. Mr Trump pledged America's "absolute solidarity" with the United Kingdom and said that the time had come for the "wicked ideology" behind the terror attack to be "completely obliterated". "The priority is to establish whether he was acting alone or as … . Later Tuesday, Trump will return to Jerusalem to visit the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial and deliver remarks. The US President, Donald Trump, who is now in Bethlehem, branded the attacker an “evil loser” for striking at an Ariana Grande concert filled … . Following the Manchester bombing, Donald Trump's announcement that he would henceforth be referring to terrorists as “losers” won praise in some quarters. But foreign policy and linguistics experts warned on Tuesday that the president's new designation
US President Donald Trump condemned the suicide bomber responsible for the Manchester arena atrocity as an "evil loser". Mr Trump vowed America's "absolute solidarity" with the UK and said that the time had come for the "wicked ideology" behind the
"I don't know what the policy of the administration is, but I believe the Western Wall is part of Israel and I think that that is how, you know, we've always seen it and that's how we should pursue it", she told the Christian Broadcasting Network. He … . Lior Mizrahi/ JERUSALEM, ISRAEL – MAY 22: (ISRAEL OUT) US President Donald Trump (L) speaks during a joint statment with Israel's President Reuven Rivlin at the President's House on May 22, 2017 in Jerusalem, Israel. Trump arrived for a. Meeting with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in Bethlehem, Donald Trump condemned those behind the deadly bombing in Manchester, England, the night before as “evil losers.” “So many young beautiful innocent people living and enjoying
'Evil losers'? That's all you got, President Trump?
President Donald Trump is on his first overseas visit as President of the United States and he spoke in Bethlehem this morning about the terror attack in Manchester last night. U.S. President Donald Trump speaks about the apparent attack in Manchester,
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Evil In Manchester
In the wake of the horrific Manchester bombing, which targeted young girls and killed 22 while injuring many others, President Trump took to the world stage to suggest that the perpetrators are “evil losers.” “I won't call them monsters, because they …
US President Donald Trump has said he will "do everything" to help Israelis and Palestinians achieve peace. At talks with Mahmoud Abbas, he spoke of being gratified that the Palestinian leader had committed to taking necessary steps to "fight terrorism".