washington - The shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh could have ended differently, according to President Donald Trump, if the house of prayer had been better guarded. 'If they had been protected, the outcome would have been much better,' concluded the president, who continued that this protection was not present.
After the deadly shooting of journalists, Trump was asked if he wanted to review weapon legislation. He hinted to feel little for it. 'This has little to do with it,' said the president, who feels more for tightening legislation around the death penalty.