Funerals for victims of synagogue shooting continue

More than 1,000 people gathered near the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh to protest President Trump's visit. ABC News' Lana Zak reports.
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We begin with another day of funerals in Pittsburgh a city gripped by grief and anger. Following the massacre at the tree a place synagogue. President firm paid a visit after the first victims of the shooting were laid to rest. And he was met by sea of protesters blaming him. For inciting to hatred that inspired that attack in the first place. ABCs on the Zach has new details on his visit she joins us now from Washington where the president is back home good morning lot of. Good morning to you can this and Linda other elected officials had been invited to join the president on his trip to Pittsburgh but they declined. After some family members and other local elected officials asked the president to delay his trap. Funerals continue today in Pittsburgh in the wake of the most deadly anti Semitic attack in American history. This city you nine did in mourning was divided in their opinions of president trump who visited the tree of life synagogue on Tuesday. Together with First Lady Maloney Vontae in Jared Kushner. The president plea stones from the White House Rose Garden on the stars of David. That mark the loss of eleven lines. But local officials had else the president to delay his visit a sentiment echoed by many piece of purveyor of hate speech. And he is. Not welcome. In my synagogue and in my city more than a thousand protesters and residents gathered nearby. Yeah yeah yeah I don't. Carrying signs that read words manner they demanded that the president fully denounced white nationalism. And meanwhile as the FBI continues their investigation it seems no one really knew the killer. Described as a demon on social media in person Robert Bauer seem to be a ghost. No family no apparent friends and neighbors say in the eighteen months he lived at his current address he never even opened the blinds. And Kenneth and Linda white house Press Secretary say Aaron Sanders was asked if if the president really missed an opportunity. To denounce anti semitism with this visit. She said he wins there intending to show his respect enough family and friends of the victims as well as all Jewish Americans. Plan is act thank you so much.

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