Trump focuses on death penalty, 'better security' after synagogue shooting
President Donald Trump focused on the "hate in our country" following a shooting near the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where multiple people were killed. Trump also stated that the death penalty and an increase in armed guards could have prevented the shooting.
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