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Trump tweeted El Paso and Dayton shooters as Sanders and warren's supporter

Donald Trump travels to Dayton and El Paso to meet with first responders, families
and victims. Photograph: Shawn Thew/EPA

Donald Trump, who has been very criticized for racisial speeches during his rallies over his twitter account and paid ads on Facebook, to many experts and Americans his racial behaviour has magnified the hatred of some extremist white national against the immigrants in the United states. Donald Trump was found over his twitter account to link those shooters from El Paso and Dayton with Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren saying that the Dayton and Ohio shooters have a history of supporting political figures like Sanders and warren. Trump also includes ANTIFA although ANTIFA has never delivered any hate speech or any other like religious, voilent or sexual based content.

“Meanwhile, the Dayton, Ohio, shooter had a history of supporting political figures like Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and ANTIFA.” I hope other news outlets will report this as opposed to Fake News. Thank you!"Trump .

The El Paso shooter posted an anti-immigrant screed online before targeting a city with a large Hispanic community. The shooter’s language of trying to prevent a Hispanic “invasion” also reflects the rhetoric of Trump, whose re-election campaign has paid for that use similar language. 

In a statement yesterday, Warren’s campaign criticized efforts by Trump and his supporters to connect her to the Dayton attack as an “attempt to distract” from the “direct line” between the president’s anti-immigrant rhetoric and the El Paso shooter.

“There is absolutely no place for violence in our politics and Elizabeth and our campaign condemn it in the strongest possible terms,” Kristen Orthman, a spokesperson for the Warren campaign, said.

“Leaders have a responsibility to speak out and to not incite violence. But let’s be clear – there is a direct line between the president’s rhetoric and the stated motivations of the El Paso shooter. This is an attempt to distract from the fact that Trump’s rhetoric is inciting violence as extremist-related murders have spiked 35 percent from 2017 to 2018.” The Guardian reported.

In a response to a question asked right before Donald Trump was leaving for El Paso that is he concerned about the hate groups, trump said, “I am concerned for any group of hate,” Trump said, according to a pool report. “I don’t like it ... whether it’s white supremacy or any other kind of supremacy, whether it’s antifa, whether it’s any group or kind of hate yes I am concerned about it and I’ll do something about it.”

I will also convince people to do things they don't want to do including in congress, Trump added today,  “I have a lot of influence with a lot of people,” the president said. “I want to convince them to do the right thing, and I can tell you, we’ve made a lot of headway.”