President Trump says anti-Semitism cannot be allowed to continue following today's deadly shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. Speaking at a rally in Murphysboro, Illinois, Trump called the attack that left eleven dead "an assault on humanity." He noted that Jews have been the subject of attacks throughout history. He said those who wish to eliminate Jews should themselves be destroyed. Trump also explained why he didn't cancel his rally. He admitted that he thought about canceling his event, but doesn't believe that people like the shooter should change our lives.
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