President Biden has no plans to visit the survivors of the Wisconsin terrorist attacks, the White House announced on Tuesday. Fight back against Big Tech censorship by signing up for Todd’s FREE newsletter. Click here.
“You saw the President speak to, you know his heart, all of our hearts go out to the community, the families who have suffered a tremendous tragedy… But I don’t have any trips or anything to preview for you at this point,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said.
Instead, Biden left early to celebrate Thanksgiving with his family in Nantucket on a $30 million estate owned by David Rubenstein, the co-founder of the Carlyle Group.
Biden only briefly addressed the attack, calling it a “horrific act of violence.”
At least six white people were killed and dozens more were injured when a black man plowed his car through a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
Former President Trump quickly issued a statement condemning the attack.
“The whole world is watching the tragedy which just took place in Waukesha, Wisconsin, it is devastating, horrible, and very very sick! My heart goes out to the people of this great, beautiful, and hardworking community. We must find the answers to this terrible crime, and stop these violent and depraved acts from happening again. I am with you Waukesha, and always will be,” the president wrote.
Perhaps President Trump might consider a visit to Wisconsin?