White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer condemned the hate crime attacks and called early reports out of Kansas as equally disturbing. The White House also condemned the alleged hate crimes against the Jewish community in the US.
During a daily news conference Sean Spicer told reporters that early reports coming from Kansas are equally disturbing.
Srinivas Kuchibhotla, 32, was killed and Alok Madasani, of the same age, was injured in the shooting by 51-year-old US navy veteran Adam Purinton who screamed racial slurs and told them "get out of my country".
“From our country's founding, we've been dedicated to protecting the freedom of our citizens' rights to worship. No one in America should feel afraid to follow the religion of their choosing freely and openly. The President has dedicated to preserving this originating principle of our nation,” Spicer said.
“And while we're at it, I don't want to get ahead of law enforcement, but I was asked the other day about the story in Kansas, the shooting in Kansas. While the story is evolving, early reports out of Kansas are equally disturbing,” the White House Press Secretary said.
President continues to condemn any other form of anti-Semitic and hateful acts in the strongest terms, asserted Sean.