Congressman Grothman On Concert Bombing

Congressman Glenn Grothman says it’s unfortunate we have to deal with terrorism incidents like the bombing at an Ariana Grande Concert in Manchester, England. Twenty-two people were killed and 119 people were injured. The singer herself had already left the stage. Grothman says not all people immigrating to the U.S. and England share our same love of country. He says those who worked with the attacker will be brought to justice. The attacker was identified as Salman Abedi who detonated an improvised explosive device. President Trump termed the attackers, “Evil losers in life.”