U.S. President Donald Trump called for the death penalty on Wednesday for an Uzbek immigrant accused of plowing a truck down a New York City bike path, killing eight people, describing the man as a “terrorist.”
A ThinkProgress editor was not happy about President Donald Trump’s threat to send the suspect in Tuesday’s terrorist attack in New York City to the Guantanamo Bay military prison.
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa) is asking federal agencies to confirm key immigration details about the suspect in Tuesday’s deadly terrorist attack in New York City and whether he previously showed up on a government database that tracks travel records for immigration and anti-terrorism enforcement.
The Department of Homeland Security knew of and interviewed the suspect in Tuesday’s New York City terror attack, which left eight dead, back in 2015, according to law enforcement officials.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) rebuffed President Donald Trump’s criticism on Wednesday morning, accusing the president of “politicizing” a New York City terror attack that left eight dead.
Hours after the terror attack in New York City on Tuesday, during which a truck was used to kill eight people and injure nearly a dozen others, the annual NYC Halloween parade marched on.
An Uzbek immigrant accused of killing eight people in New York City by driving a rental truck down a riverfront bike path on Tuesday appeared to have acted alone, but the Halloween Day attack had all the hallmarks of terrorism, authorities said.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday evening that the attack on Manhattan’s west side, which killed at least eight and injured over a dozen more, is being treated as terrorism.
U.S. forces in Libya captured one of the suspects in the 2012 Benghazi attack that killed four Americans, the White House announced Monday.