Trump says he mourns for Christians and Muslims killed in recent attacks
ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION U.S. President Donald Trump spoke at a dinner on Wednesday (May 1) in Washington D.C., one day before the U.S. National Day of Prayer that will be held on Thursday (May 2).
Trump said he was honored to be joined by leaders of the world's great religions, including Christians, Muslims, Jews, Sikhs and Hindus, saying "tonight we break bread together, united by our love of God, and we renew or resolve to protect the sacred freedom of religion.
All of us." Trump also said he mourned for Christians recently murdered during the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka and Muslims murdered during the recent Christchurch attacks in New Zealand.
A middle-aged man speaking both English and Spanish went on a lengthy, expletive-laden tirade defending Donald Trump and calling "Muslims trash" during a heated exchange with other commuters on a bus..