The US President Donald Trump paddled into the dispute over his statement to the brutal mosque attack in New Zealand, in which almost 50 people had died, opposing that he was being blamed for the mishap.

The US president wrote in twitter addressing his 59 million followers, “ The Fake News Media is working overtime to blame me for the horrible attack in New Zealand”. He also added, “They will have to work very hard to prove that one,” he tweeted. “So Ridiculous! ”

President Trump presented to be mentioning to the criticism of his reply to the attack, which was reportedly continued by a 28-year-old white supremacist professing to be resisting massacre against white people.

In a lengthy written declaim, which alleged gunman cited to the US President as “a symbol of renewed white identity”.

The US President wrote in several occasional tweeter post and tell to criticize the “horrible” attack and also offer any kind of US assistance to the authorities of New Zealand.

However, he attempted controversy on Friday, while he depicted the wider incriminations of the doctrine of the gunman, claiming that vicious white nationalism is not an increasing problem.

He told, “It’s a small group of people”.

The homeland security Chief Kirstjen Nielsen has provided a distinctively priority in the speech of Monday where she told that “domestic terrorists”, like the killer of New Zealand, progressively echo the better-known blackmail from Islamic groups.

She also told, “The primary terrorist threats to the United States continues to be from Islamist militants and those they inspire, but we should not, cannot, and must not ignore the real and serious danger posed by domestic terrorists”.

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