SARAH SHOWDOWN: Huckabee Sanders UNLOADS on CNN's Jim Acosta Over 'Pipe Bombs'

SARAH SHOWDOWN: Huckabee Sanders UNLOADS on CNN's Jim Acosta Over 'Pipe Bombs'

SARAH SHOWDOWN: Huckabee Sanders UNLOADS on CNN's Jim Acosta Over 'Pipe Bombs'

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders revealed the news at the White House press briefing on Monday. He reinstated his controversial branding of the press as "the true Enemy of the People".

"[JSA Vice President of Outreach Courtney Cooperman] was probably the first person I called ... and pretty quickly, Courtney and I went to plan something", he said.

A gunman who expressed hatred of Jews exploited a vulnerability common in so many houses of worship across the country - doors that are unlocked for worship - to target a Pittsburgh synagogue.

On Monday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said it was "outrageous" that anyone besides Bowers would be blamed for what happened. "I think they're giving too much credit there and there's too much partisanship in that regard", Adam said.

Last week CNN president Jeff Zucker issued a statement condemning Trump's and Sanders' attacks on the media after the network received an explosive device in the mail.

Survivors are recounting the terror of hiding in a dark closet during the massacre that killed 11 at a Pittsburgh synagogue and asking why the gunman blames them for the world's problems.

"My immediate reaction was he is not welcome here", Friedman, who does not attend services at Tree of Life, said. She told CNN, "I do not welcome this president to my city".

"President Trump, you are not welcome in Pittsburgh until you stop targeting and endangering all minorities".

It noted the president has frequently criticised immigrants and Muslims.

"If the president is looking to come to Pittsburgh, I would ask that he not do so while we are burying the dead".

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Bend the Arc was founded in 2012 as an advocacy organisation.

What have Jewish community members said?

The White House did not immediately respond to the mayor's request.

"People are on board", Friedman said, describing the experience as "powerful and "energising". We have no use for him.

But Sanders vigorously rejects any notion the President condones rhetoric or actions against Jews.

Trump complained Monday night that "CNN and others in the Fake News Business" were "purposely and inaccurately reporting" that he'd called the media the "Enemy of the People".

"The very first thing the media did was blame the president and make him responsible for these ridiculous acts", she said. She said it was irresponsible to blame the president for the package bombs or the Synagogue shootout.

According to a PRRI survey released today, "54 percent of Americans feel President Trump's decisions and behavior have encouraged white supremacist groups, compared to 39 percent who say Trump's behavior has had no effect and five percent who say he has discouraged these groups".

Sanders announced that Mr. Trump and first lady Melania Trump would visit Pennsylvania to grieve with the Pittsburgh community Tuesday. "He will see all of Pittsburgh in the streets".

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