During a speech at Jerusalem's Israel Museum, President Donald Trump addressed Monday's terror attack in Manchester, England.

Standing beside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Trump condemned the attack, which killed 22 and injured 59 at a concert by pop singer Ariana Grande, as an act of "savage murder" and a "heinous attack upon humanity."

"We must drive out the terrorists and the extremists from our midst, obliterate this evil ideology and protect and defend our citizens and people of the world," Trump said.

He said all civilized nations must be united in the fight against terror, and he said his foreign trip is focused on that goal.

Trump said we must be committed to crushing the hateful ideology that fuels such acts of terror.

"It is a privilege to stand here in this national museum in the ancient city of Jerusalem to address the Israeli people and all people in the Middle East who yearn for security, prosperity and peace," Trump said.

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