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A Roman Catholic Archbishop on Monday tweeted that President Trump needs to “stop racism, starting with themselves” in the Wake of Saturday’s mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, killing 22 people, reports said.
San Antonio Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller wrote several tweets on his personal account, calling the President “poor” and “weak” and said he has done “too much damage already, The” San Antonio Express-News reported.
The tweets were deleted on Tuesday morning. The Archbishop left to several others, pointed to the dangers of racist rhetoric, including one that referred to the “selfishness of many in power” has led to “destruction and pain.”
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In a separate tweet, he wrote that gun control is, “urgent.”
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Based on the deleted tweets, Garcia-Siller later, an apology that said the Postings were “not focused on the issues, but on an individual released.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.