US President Donald Trump expresses ‘deepest sympathies’ after California synagogue shooting

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Washington | Published: April 28, 2019 4:06 AM

"At this moment it looks like a hate crime, but my deepest sympathies to all those affected and we'll get to the bottom of it," Trump said at the White House.

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US President Donald Trump on Saturday offered his “deepest sympathies” after one person was killed and three others were injured when a gunman opened fire at a synagogue north of San Diego, California. “At this moment it looks like a hate crime, but my deepest sympathies to all those affected and we’ll get to the bottom of it,” Trump said at the White House.

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