President Donald Trump said Monday Joe Biden’s campaign is working to ensure the Boston Bomber has the opportunity to cast a vote in time for the upcoming presidential election, Your Content is first to report.
On July 31, Your Content readers were first to learn that the death sentence for Boston marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was overturned by US Appeals Court.
“No one will be safe. As an example, the Boston Bomber. They want him to have a vote. I don’t think that sells too well,” President Trump said Monday evening during a news conference at the White House.
Tsarnev’s conviction for helping to carry out the bombing that left three people dead and over 260 injured is being upheld, but a new trial will take place to determine a different sentence.
“Your supporters shot and killed my supporter – not with paint – with a bullet. That is very disgraceful,” President Trump continued, pointing his response to a CNN reporter.
“The entire city of Portland is ablaze the entire time.”
President Trump chimed in on Kyle Rittenhouse case, saying ‘he fell and they violently attacked him.’
“He probably would’ve been killed. It’s under investigation.”