Donald Trump has failed to give a statement in one week about the white man who burst into a mosque in Quebec and shot dead six Muslims. The man charged with carrying out the attack is French-Canadian Alexandre Bissonnette, a 27-year-old white
student who supported Mr Trump and far-right French politician Marine Le Pen. Mr Trump has not tweeted about or provided a statement on the shooting which rocked Canada and the world. The President instead tweeted that the US needs to "get smart" following reports that a man armed with a two knives and a suitcase lunged at a French solider in the underground shopping area of the Louvre Museum in Paris, shouting "God is great" in Arabic.