World Leaders React To Texas Church Shooting
Many were left shocked after a gunman stormed a small South Texas community church on Sunday and killed at least 26 people.
World leaders and American political figures took to social media to express sympathy for the victims and their families.
President Donald Trump tweeted from Tokyo on Monday as he began the first leg of his Asia visit.
...Americans do what we do best: we pull together. We join hands. We lock arms and through the tears and the sadness, we stand strong... pic.twitter.com/qkCPgtKGkA— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 6, 2017
May God also grant all of us the wisdom to ask what concrete steps we can take to reduce the violence and weaponry in our midst.— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) November 6, 2017
PM: Tragic loss of life in Sutherland Springs, Texas. Thoughts and prayers with all those affected by this terrible shooting.— UK Prime Minister (@Number10gov) November 5, 2017
To all who lost loved ones at Sutherland Springs: the nation grieves with you. We must find moral courage to address these senseless acts.
— Sen. Al Franken (@SenFranken) November 5, 2017
Terrible news coming out of #Texas. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the victims and their families.— Reuven Rivlin (@PresidentRuvi) November 5, 2017