Senator Bernie Sanders on Sunday said that while he knows President Donald Trump does not want to “see people mowed down and killed” in the way that victims in last weekend’s mass shooting in El Paso, Texas were by a racist gunman—one who has since told authorities he was specifically targeting Mexican shoppers at a local Wal-Mart—the Democratic candidate does believe the president’s “racist rhetoric” and behavior is certainly fueling such violence.

Trump, said on CBS’s “Face The Nation” on Sunday morning, “creates a climate where we are seeing a significant increase in hate crimes in this country—hates crimes against Muslims, against Mexicans, against Jews. He is creating the kind of divisiveness in this nation that is the last thing we should be doing.”


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