At least 22 people, including children, have been killed in a blast at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, in the deadliest terror attack on British soil since the 2005 London bombings. A powerful explosion shook part of the cavernous Manchester Arena late Monday as concertgoers streamed out after the American pop star’s last song.
President Trump called Tuesday for “all civilized nations” to unite against terrorism and “obliterate this evil ideology,” citing the deadly Manchester attack to underscore the central message of his foreign trip as he concluded a visit to the Holy Land.
During earlier remarks in Bethlehem, Trump offered his condolences to the victims, calling such attackers the “evil losers in life.”
Dan and Amy got reaction to the terrorist attack from Lt. Col. Jeff Addicott, a former Army officer in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps and the current director of the Center for Terrorism Law:
Former Pentagon Official and contributor for the Washington Times and The American Spectator Jed Babbin:
Plus, Terrorism Expert Khalil Marrar, Professor of Middle East Politics at Governor’s State University: