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Trump Responds to Arrest of Bomb Suspect Cesar Sayoc, Repeats Call for End to Political Violence

President Trump broke from the script before his speech at the Young Black Leadership Summit to speak about the arrest of bombing suspect Cesar Sayoc.

The President celebrated the arrest and hailed law enforcement for their tremendous efforts in taking the failed bomber off the streets.

“It’s an incredible job by law enforcement,” he told the crowd in attendance. “We’ve carried out a far-reaching federal, state, and local investigation to find the person or persons responsible for these events.”

Those listening to his comments, many wearing the trademark ‘Make America Great Again’ hats, cheered at the news that the bomber had been apprehended.

Trump calls for end to political violence

As with his initial comments prior to the suspect being captured, President Trump again denounced political threats and violence and called for unity.

“These terrorizing acts are despicable and have no place in our country,” he rightly declared.

“We must never allow political violence to take root in America,” Trump said, vowing to do “everything in my power to stop it.”

“In these times we have to unify, we have to come together,” the President said Wednesday, adding “that acts or threats of political violence of any kind have no place in the United States of America.”

Democrats immediately try to fundraise off the crisis

While President Trump was doing his best to bring the country together, Democrats and the media were doing their usual shtick and never letting a crisis go to waste.

Within minutes of the President’s moving statement, the DNC was sending out fundraising emails which focused on his so-called “vile” nature.

In keeping with their own history of incendiary commentary, the fundraising email goes on to say that the President is a threat to the Republic.

“I am not exaggerating when I say that Trump threatens the fundamental tenets of our democracy,” the email reads.

They’re already sowing the seeds of justification for the next liberal maniac to take action against Trump, a Trump supporter, or a Republican. For every one story about Cesar Sayoc, there are twelve other liberal domestic terrorist attacks that have already happened.