>> Federal prosecutors added more charges Wednesday, including religious hate crimes against Robert Bowers, the man suspected of gunning down 11 worshippers at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. Bowers now faces 44 counts according to an indictment filed on Wednesday, 4 days after the deadliest assault on Jews in American history.
Prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty. Those developments coming as a grieving Pittsburgh holds a second day of funerals.>> The entire community feels like they have lost their mothers, fathers, and sons and daughters.>> Their lives were lost after Bowers allegedly stormed into the Tree of Life Synagogue Saturday, yelling all Jews must die.
The massacre fueling a fierce political debate about white nationalism and antisemitism ahead of the midterm elections. Critics accuse president Trump of using rhetoric to spread hate. On Tuesday, thousands protested his visit Pittsburgh.>> President Trump, you are not welcomed in Pittsburgh.>> But Trump in a Wednesday tweet said that his office had been, quote, shown great respect on a very sad and solemn day.