Trump Condemns Terror Attack In Barcelona, Pledges U.S. Support

President Trump condemned the terror attack in Barcelona this week which killed 13 and injured many others. He also pledged support from the U.S. to Spain during its time of need.

FOX News reports:

Trump condemns Barcelona terror, says US ‘will do whatever is necessary to help’

President Trump condemned the Barcelona terror attack on Thursday, vowing the U.S. “will do whatever is necessary to help.”

U.S. authorities are monitoring the unfolding situation as horrific images emerge of the carnage at the scene where a white van rammed into dozens of people in a popular tourist district. There are reports of numerous fatalities and dozens injured.

“The United States condemns the terror attack in Barcelona, Spain, and will do whatever is necessary to help. Be tough & strong, we love you!” Trump tweeted.

Speaking from Panama, Vice President Mike Pence also pledged the United States’ assistance to Spain.

“Whatever inspired today’s terror attack, the United States stands ready to assist the people of Spain and find and punish those responsible,” Pence said. “On this dark day, our prayers and the prayers of all the American people are with the victims, their families and the good people of Spain.”

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, speaking in Washington, said the incident “has the hallmarks it appears of yet another terrorist attack.”

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