Robert Bowers Pleads Not Guilty to Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting

Mourners are seen holding candles in the aftermath of the mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Robert Bowers Pleads Not Guilty to Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting

Protesters also shouted "Leave Pittsburgh, leave Pennsylvania" as Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visited the Tree of Life Synagogue.

Synagogue shooting suspect treated by Jewish staff in hospital.

United States President Donald Trump arrived in Pittsburgh as funerals began for the victims of last weekend's anti-Semitic shooting at a synagogue in the U.S. city that left 11 dead.

At least three people have been laid to rest in public funerals this week: brothers David and Cecil Rosenthal and Dr.

Tree of Life has been closed since Saturday's rampage, which was allegedly carried out by Robert Bowers, who had ranted online that Jews were bringing "invaders in that kill our people".

US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are due travel to Pittsburgh today following a shooting at a synagogue at the weekend, which left 11 people dead.

The caravans are a favorite target of the president, and he has called a group of several thousand impoverished mainly Honduran migrants now attempting to walk north to the United States "an invasion".

After the service, mourners spilled out onto the street, some of them sobbing and clasping each other.

The brothers' caskets were placed in two hearses and driven away, with a sheriff's auto leading the procession.

A woman reacts at a makeshift memorial outside the Tree of Life synagogue following Saturday's shooting at the synagogue in Pittsburgh, Oct. 29, 2018.

"It was tragic, it was sad - it was a attractive tribute to two wonderful, loving, innocent men", said Paul Taylor, a Catholic priest who attended the service, which he said was "standing room only". There was no one I know like her.

Later in the day, dozens of mourners walked behind the hearse carrying the remains of Rabinowitz in Squirrel Hill, according to footage posted on social media. The latter two groups marched together to the Tree of Life Synagogue to show the president he was unwelcome.

Sanders said that "the president adores Jewish Americans".

"President Trump, you are not welcome in Pittsburgh until you fully renounce white nationalism", she read.

She blamed Trump's rhetoric for encouraging increasingly toxic political divisions that can lead to violence.

More than 1,800 people paid their respects on Tuesday at Rodef Shalom, another synagogue in Squirrel Hill, the heart of the city's Jewish community.

Trump's trip is set against the backdrop of national unease over incidents of political violence and hate, and questions about his credibility as unifier.

Trump has struck back in typically robust fashion, arguing that critical journalists were, in fact, the ones feeding extremism across the country.

"It's not like I'm a Trump supporter", Kushner told Al Jazeera.

"Well, I'm just going to pay my respects", Trump told Fox News on Monday night.

Beth Melena, campaign spokeswoman for Wolf, said the governor did not plan to return to Pittsburgh as part of Trump's visit on Tuesday. "The president in the grandfather of three Jewish children and the father of a Jewish American". Instead, he offered a prayer for Pence that at one point referred to "Jesus the Messiah". Critics accused Pence of attempting to steer the narrative, labeling him as a "Christian supremacist".

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