Donald Trump Kansas shooting remark shows Trump’s idea about immigration

Donald Trump finally opens on Kansas shooting where¬†Srinivas Kuchibhotla, an Indian Computer Engineer immigrant fatally shot in a bar outside Kansas City. Srinivas along with one of his friend by a 51-year-old white Navy veteran. The white man confronted Kuchibholta with immigration question and then shouted ‘get out of my country’ firing on them. A white man got injured while saving Kuchibhotla and his friend who is recovering in the hospital. But this has led a state of terror and tension among the Indian Community living in the USA. Donald Trump Kansas Shooting remark came very late after much criticism.

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The FBI, on the other hand, started investigating the shooting of Kuchibhotla as a hate crime because the shooter confessed after coming out of the bar that he killed two Iranians. It had spread lot of anger among the Indians both in India and USA. It sparked tension on US President Donald Trump whose immigration policies has created controversies across the world.

Srinivas Father slammed the Trump government for his policies and also accused Trump of spreading hatred ideologies across the US. He also said that the US is not safe for Indians anymore and he will not allow his younger son to leave for the US. Finally, when pressure mounted on Trump, he spoke about the Kansas Shooting and the Jewish attack going on his country.


Donald Trump said, “Recent threats targeting Jewish Community Centers and vandalism of Jewish cemeteries, as well as last week’s shooting in Kansas City, remind us that while we may be a nation divided on policies, we are a country that stands united in condemning hate and evil in all its forms.”

After Srinivas’ death, his family was shocked and grief-stricken. While his father repeatedly questions the Trump government about his son’s mistake which made him shot dead, his Mother and Wife couldn’t stop their tears. Srinivas had American friends, and recently Srinivas and his wife bought their first home.

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