US condemns London attack, but no word from Trump

US condemns London attack, but no word from TrumpThe US government and Ivanka Trump on Monday expressed sympathy with worshippers attacked while leaving a London mosque — while the president himself remained silent. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert issued an official condemnation of the deadly assault but Donald Trump — often quick to comment on Twitter after extremist violence — kept his counsel. “The United States strongly condemns last night’s attack that appears to have targeted Muslim worshippers in London,” Nauert said.


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