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Trump, Bibi Respond to Church Shooting

World leaders - including Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu - have weighed in after a horrific attack at a Texas church on Sunday. The Jerusalem Post's Lauren S. Marcus reports on responses by Trump, Netanyahu, and others who spoke out against the violence:

US President Donald Trump posted on Twitter stating that his "administration will provide its full support to the state of Texas."

Texas Governor Greg Abbott held a press conference, in which he said that the tragedy was "the largest mass shooting in Texas history."

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took to Twitter to convey his condolences in the wake of the tragic shooting, writing both in Hebrew and in English that he was "Horrified by the savagery in Texas. Our hearts are with the victims, their families and the American people."

Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely also responded to the sad report, penning a tweet that read: "Heartbreaking news of the tragic massacre at #Texas Sutherland Springs church. #prayersfortexas"...

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