Washington DC [USA], Mar sixteen (ANI): US President Donald Trump on Friday stated that he did now not see a upward push in white nationalism internationally after the accused in the New Zealand mosque terror attack  known as the president "a image of renewed white identity."
“I don't without a doubt suppose so. I suppose it’s a small institution of humans which have very, very extreme troubles,” The Hill quoted Trump as announcing whilst asked if he noticed a rise in white nationalism.

"if you examine what passed off in New Zealand, possibly that’s the case. I don’t know enough approximately it yet," he delivered.
earlier, a social media account believed to be linked to the Australian-born suspect, who filmed himself, whilst wearing out the attack, had published a prolonged manifesto, expressing anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim perspectives.
He wrote that he supported Trump “as a symbol of renewed white identification and common motive” however now not as a “policymaker and leader.”
Responding to the identical, Trump said that he changed into yet to see the manifesto and known as the mass shootings "horrible".
The 28-year-antique suspect, identified as Brenton Harrison Tarrant regarded earlier than a Christchurch court docket on Saturday on homicide expenses related with Friday's terror assaults in Christchurch, which left as a minimum 49 human beings lifeless. He turned into remanded in custody without plea until April 5.
The accused is an Australian-born citizen and is a resident of Dunedin, located round 360 km south of Christchurch.
in advance, Trump spoke to New Zealand top Minister Jacinda Ardern and supplied assistance to the u . S . In the wake of the phobia attack.
"just spoke with Jacinda Ardern, the prime Minister of New Zealand, regarding the horrific occasions which have taken vicinity during the last 24 hours. I informed the high Minister that we stand in solidarity with New Zealand - and that any assistance the us can give, we stand via geared up to help. We love you New Zealand!" he wrote on Twitter.
within the worst ever terror attack in New Zealand, more than one gunmen accomplished indiscriminate shootings at two mosques in Christchurch in the course of the Friday prayers, leaving forty nine people lifeless and at least 48 wounded, besides giving a scare to the Bangladesh cricket crew which had a slim get away.
the usage of automatic weapons, the gunmen, four of who have been initially taken into custody, launched a "well-deliberate" assault on the mosques when devotees had assembled for the weekly prayers.
consistent with the police, 41 humans have been killed at Al Noor mosque and 7 at Linwood mosque even as one injured died in a medical institution.
Condemning the fear strike, Ardern had defined it as a “terror assault” and stated it “appears to had been properly planned”. She asserted that New Zealand “will now not and cannot be shaken” by way of this attack.
several weapons were recovered from each mosques, while, explosive gadgets were found on two cars at the scene, one of which turned into defused, the police showed.
Ardern vowed that gun legal guidelines "will change" within the wake of the worst terror assaults within the usa's records.
The New Zealand most appropriate, her cupboard ministers and opposition chief Simon Bridges flew to Christchurch from Wellington nowadays morning in the wake of the phobia attacks.
Upon her arrival, Ardern visited the Canterbury Refugees Centre, in which she interacted with Muslim network leaders who have been expressing their worries approximately finding a place of worship in any case mosques within the city have been shut down in the wake of the shootings, in step with New Zealand usher in.
Ardern confident the organization that local council leaders have been running tirelessly to provide alternative and secure places for worship, adding that security become beefed as much as make certain protection.
around three,000 people from all walks of lives and representing exceptional faiths amassed for a peace vigil in Aotea square in Auckland to face in solidarity with the sufferers of the Christchurch terror assaults.
several activities scheduled for today have been cancelled inside the wake of the mass shootings in Christchurch. (ANI)