Pop Singer Speaks Out About Attack At Her Concert
Not only did ISIS attackers killed 22 people and injure another 59 at the Manchester Attack in the United Kingdom, but some parents are still looking for missing children who fled the arena when the bomb went off.
The attack happened at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester Arena. The pop singer tweeted out, “I’m broken, from the bottom of my heart. I am so, so sorry. I don’t have words…”
From a crisis management standpoint, the event continues.
Many Teens And Children Killed At Manchester Attack
“Truth, and credibility, and honesty. I think she spoke from the heart,” said Eric Schiffer, a Crisis Management Expert. “I’m sure she’s very devastated. I know the family and this is something that I think rocked her to the core. Given the fact that she canceled the tour, I think it speaks loudly.”
Many children and teenagers were attending the American pop star Ariana Grande’s concert. Among those confirmed killed in the bombing, an 18-year-old student, and an 8-year-old girl.
The singer was not injured during the attack.
President Trump Condemns “Horrible Morning Of Death”
The New York Times reports:
“President Trump condemned the bombing as a “very horrible morning of death,” and pledged “absolute solidarity” with Britain. Speaking in Bethlehem, in the West Bank, while on his first foreign trip as president, Mr. Trump said the bombing underscored the message that he had delivered over the past several days about the need to confront the threat of terrorism.”
“The terrorists and extremists, and those who give them aid and comfort, must be driven out from our society forever,” Mr. Trump said after a meeting with Mahmoud Abbas, the president of the Palestinian Authority. “This wicked ideology must be obliterated, and I mean completely obliterated.”