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>> A day of pain and protest in Pittsburgh, grieving families and friends gathered for the first funerals to mourn the victims of Saturday's massacre. And protesters filled the streets just blocks away as the President and some of his family visited the scene of the crime, the Tree Of Life synagogue.
Where 11 people were murdered by a gunman shouting, quote, all Jews must die. It's the deadliest attack on American Jews in US history.>> President Trump, you are not welcome in Pittsburgh until you've fully renounced white nationalism.>>
>> Reuters Jessica Resnick-Ault was at the protests.>> The people who I spoke to who are marching really repeated a message of peace and a sentiment, that it was actually President Trump that was disrespectful.
There was a couple I spoke to who had joined the march from Friendship, Pennsylvania and they said they were attending to show their respect for the Jewish community. But also in defiance of what they viewed as a disrespectful visit at this time by the President.>> Trump brushed aside suggestions he wasn't welcome in the city after the mayor asked him to postpone his visit until after the dead were laid to rest.
He and First Lady Melania Trump were greeted by Tree of Life Rabbi Jeffrey Myers, who led them inside the temple. They then went to a memorial outside the building where the First Lady placed a flower and the President placed a small stone on a marker for each of the shooting victims.
Blocks away about 2,000 people came out to honor those killed and pushed back against what they see as the President's toxic rhetoric. Many singing Hebrew songs and holding signs denouncing hate.