Opinion: What a president should say after a hate-driven massacreGet the Full StoryPresident Donald Trump has rightly come under intense criticism for his initial response to the horrific acts of terrorism that occurred at two mosques in New Zealand. After sending out a normal presidential message that offered his "warmest sympathy and best wishes" to the New Zealanders in the wake of the "horrible massacre," he then started tweeting about "Jexodus" the alleged shift of Jewish voters to the GOP and the Russia investigation. "THIS SHOULD NEVER HAPPEN TO A PRESIDENT AGAIN!" Trump wrote, conveying where his heart and soul are on this sad day. And when asked by a reporter on Friday if he sees an increase in white nationalism, Trump said: "I don't really, I think it's a small group of people that have very, very serious problems."