The President of the United States, Donald Trump, on Tuesday called terrorists 'LOSERS', as he expressed his "deepest condolences to those injured and families that lost loved ones" in an attach in Manchester Arena by a suicide bomber.

Ariana Grande was holding a concert and after her performance, the suicide bomber detonated Improvised Explosive Device (IED), killing 22 persons and over 50 injured.

Trump who was addressing a gathering in Jerusalem reaffirmed the US commitment to the war on terror, saying his country "stands in absolute solidarity with the people of the United Kingdom".

"So many young people living and enjoying their lives were murdered by these evil losers in life. I will not call them monsters because they will like that name, but I will call them from now on losers because that is what they are.

“We will have more of them but they are losers.  Just remember that.

“We can have no tolerance for this continuation of bloodshed and slaughter of innocent people, mostly innocent children,” he stressed.

“Terrorists and those who give them support must be swept out of our society. Innocent lives must be protected.

“All civilised nations must rally together to protect the innocent lives and the sacred lives of our citizens,” Trump demanded.

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Children had gathered to see their idol, Ariana Grande, but it did not end well, as some of them were among the 22 persons that died at the Manchester Arena.

After the explosion she expressed her deepest concern for the victims.

She has suspended her world tour.

The suicide bomber detonated the IED at the foyer of the arena after Grande's performance.

Families were separated from their young ones after the explosion triggered horror, with many scampering for safety.

People are still looking for their loved ones and police are giving out numbers for people to call.

Investigations are on to determine if the suicide bomber belongs to a network.