WASHINGTON, 17 MAY – The condemnation of the massacre as an act of hate motivated terrorism, an invitation to Americans to reject the racism that divides the nation and to embrace diversity, the appeal to Congress for a close on weapons: this , in summary, according to the White House, the message that Joe Biden will launch today in his visit to Buffalo after the massacre of the white supremacist Payton Gendron. The president and first lady, as soon as they leave, will meet the families of the victims, police leaders, community leaders and rescuers. A tribute to the memorial set up in front of the supermarket theater of the massacre is also expected. Meanwhile, from the investigations, it emerges that Gendron had also considered schools and churches in Buffalo, a city with a strong African-American majority, among the objectives. (HANDLE).