California Governor Gavin Newsom publicly thanked President Trump on Sunday for calling him in a synagogue in Poway on Saturday after a deadly shootout.
"I appreciate the call of [Trump]," tweeted Newsom. "Collaborate with state, local and federal officials at today's horrific shooting in the Chabad of Poway Synagogue."
Newsom added, "We must call all hate – against any and all communities – wherever they live."
While Trump and Newsom argued long before he took office in Sacramento riots that scolded each other in speeches and on social media on topics such as immigration to high-speed rail projects, the two seem to have settled their differences At least shortly after the tragedy on Saturday.
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. Police say nineteen-year-old John Earnest has opened a fire near San Francisco Diego celebrated the last day of the Passover as a worshiper, killing one woman and wounding the Synagogue's rabbi on Saturday and two more, the authorities said.
Trump and other elected officials have condemned what they termed anti-Semitic Six months after the attack, when eleven people were killed in a Pittsburgh synagogue in the most deadly attack on Jews in US history.
Shortly after escaping, Earnest called 91
Lori Kaye, 60, of Poway, was killed in the gunfire on Saturday Said Rabbi Yonah Fradkin, Executive Director of Chabad in San Diego County, in a statement. The injured were identified as Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, Noya Dahan (8) and Almog Peretz (34).
The sheriff said the wounded were in stable condition in inpatient hospitals.
SHOOTING: "Nobody should ever be afraid to go to their place of worship"
A person who identifies himself as John Earnest has put an anti-Jewish screed online one hour before the attack , The poster described itself as a nursing school nurse and praised the suspects who were accused of having committed deadly attacks on mosques in New Zealand last month and on October 27 in Pittsburgh's Tree of Life synagogue.
The University of San Marcos, California, Confirmed That Earnest It Was A student was on the Dean's list, saying that the school was "upset and discouraged" because he had been suspected in "this vile act."
No threat was known after the arrest of Earnest, but the authorities stepped up patrols' sanctuaries, police said.
Trump showed his sympathy on Saturday and said the shootings "looked like a hate crime."
"Our entire nation mourns life, prays for the wounded, and stands in solidarity with the Jewish community," Trump later said at a rally in Wisconsin. "We strongly condemn the evils of anti-Semitism and hatred that must be defeated."
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He praises the "incredible response" of law enforcement agencies of the out-of-service border patrol agent, who "courageously returned the fire and helped disrupt the attack and save so many lives."
Newsom said he joined in the mourning of the community.
"Nobody should be afraid to go to their place of worship, and no one should be targeted to practice the principles of their faith," he said.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.