The Donald Trump campaign’s senior communications adviser Jason Miller that the campaign had no problem with the pictures published in the New York Post on Sunday.
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The New York Post's blasted President Barack Obama on Thursday for not using phrases such as "Islamic terror" to describe militant groups like ISIS.
“Sickening rubber-necking front page from the New York Post. Imagine how this man's family feels,” Ian Prior, sports editor at the Guardian newspaper in London, tweeted.