Call to condemn bigotry, racism: Trump's first explicit remark on white supremacy

Echoing right-wing language, the El Paso gunman's "manifesto" spoke of migrants as invaders. PHOTO: EPA-EFE
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WASHINGTON - Under pressure after two mass shootings in 13 hours over the weekend left 31 dead, President Donald Trump on Monday urged Americans to condemn "bigotry, racism and white supremacy".

He called for legislation that would raise red flags at risk factors, address mental health issues, the effects of violent video games and the use of the Internet and social media to spread radical ideology.

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