Video shows Chelsea Clinton berated for her 'rhetoric' for causing mosque shootings

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At the vigil, the New York University students said reactions like Clinton's "stoked" hatred of Muslims.

On Friday, video emerged from NYU students who confronted Clinton and blamed her for causing the terror attack in Christchurch, New Zealand, that left 49 people dead and dozens more wounded.

Maajid continued: "I found it incredibly disturbing the way they treated Chelsea Clinton and when the far-left start treating those in their own political camp with hostility just because they don't use the precise language they want them to use, then what's the difference between them and the far-right?" "Certainly, it was my never my intention. I believe we have to show solidarity".

"This right here is the result of a massacre stoked by people like you and the words that you put out into the world", Dweik said. I want you to feel that deep inside.

Alleged gunman, Brenton, 28, is an Australian personal trainer and he allegedly killed 49 people and injured 48 others at two mosques in Christchurch, NZ on March 15.

Rose Asaf, a student who was there, posted a video of the exchange on Twitter. Asked by Ungar-Sargon, who was paying American politicians to think pro-Israel, Omar responded: "AIPAC".

"We should expect all elected officials, regardless of party, and all public figures to not traffic in anti-Semitism", Clinton tweeted on February 10.

However, a student at the event told Clinton "her rhetoric" had in fact contributed to help the attacks in New Zealand.

Omar, a freshman Democratic representative of Minnesota and practicing Muslim, stirred up controversy last month when she criticized Israel's treatment of Palestinians, saying that lobbyists paid USA officials to support Israeli policies.

"Chelsea should be praised for speaking up, Trump wrote. Anyone who doesn't understand this is part of the problem", Donald Jr.'s tweet read.

Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American Progress, who has worked closely with the Clintons for decades, saw a different motive. Trump is "making sure that those folks in his base who probably can't be aligned with him publicly know that I still appreciate the support, I'm with you, I'm over here", Carson said in a CNN interview Friday night.

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