Here Are the Times President Trump Expressly Condemned Acts of Violence


It’s already starting.

There are those who are pointing to President Donald Trump as the one to blame for the recent string of explosive packages sent to Democrats.

Trump, however, has denounced acts of violence time and time again.

Take for instance the riots in Charlottesville.

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A year after the riots, the president continued to denounce the violent acts.

After the violent massacre in Las Vegas, Trump said, “We cannot be defined by the evil that threatens us or the violence that incites such terror.”

When a gunman opened fire in France killing three, the president was quick to condemn the act.

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He was also quick to condemn other terrorist attacks, including what happened in Barcelona, Spain.

In most recent events, the president was quick to denounce the acts of violence against Democratic leaders including former President Obama, Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder and other high-profile figures when explosive packages were addressed to them.

Despite what the media and others want you to think, Trump isn’t inciting violence. If anything, he’s encouraging people to stop it.

Just look at this:

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