I think one thing's for sure: White supremacists, neo-nazi groups, they look at governments as complicit, guilty and target government for punishment. "I don't think anybody could say that the president is anti-Muslim", he said. Let's take what happened in New Zealand for what it is: "a awful evil tragic act".
At a press conference later in the day, Rutte said his thoughts were with the victims and their families who had "their worlds turned upside down". "The first indication of what has happened and the statements that have been made and the traces that have been found, we certainly consider a terrorist motive - however we don't exclude other motives", Jeuken said.
Witnesses and friends have told of Mr Rashid's heroic actions as he desperately tried to save the lives of those inside the mosque. Pakistan has several bravery awards for civilians but Khan did not mention which one will be given to Rashid, who also lost his 22-year old son in the attacks in New Zealand.
Tarrant, he said, had obtained his gun license in November 2017 and purchased his first firearm about a month later. "To make our communities safer, the time to act is now", Ardern said, adding that the government had agreed on new gun laws to be implemented within the next 10 days - swift action in response to the mass shooting , but with very few details, reported CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy.
The New York senator said she will deliver her "positive, fearless vision of restoring America's moral integrity straight to President Trump's doorstep". But she is now under scrutiny for her handling of a sexual harassment claim against a staffer in her Senate office previous year. In her video, Gillibrand, 52, stressed her potential appeal to independents.
Trump was active on Twitter over the weekend, including a critique of a rerun of SNL , but he also took the opportunity to slam John McCain . McCain was actually fifth from the bottom of his class at the Naval Academy. Maybe spend yours with your family and not on twitter obsessing over mine?' Savage! McCain's tweet was very well-received, garnering almost 100,000 "likes" by Sunday afternoon.