Gorka disputed the existence of right-wing extremists - who have reportedly carried out almost twice as many terrorist attacks in the US over the past decade than Islamic militants - when he was asked why the White House had not commented on a mosque bombing in Minnesota.
"The question of who does it, when people fake hate crimes in the last six months with some regularity, it's wise to find out what's going on before you make statements when they could turn out to be not who you are expecting", Gorka quickly interjected, interrupting the reporter.We've had a series of crimes committed, alleged hate crimes by right wing individuals in the last six months that turned out to be prop propagated by the left.
MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle interrupted with an objection, but Gorka continued to dispute decades of evidence gathered by USA law enforcement.
Gorka, the ex-national security editor for the conservative Breitbart News, is known for his hardline views on Islam and terrorism.
"When we have some kind of finalized investigation, absolutely", Gorka said of whether Trump would respond to the bombing at the Dar al-Farooq Islamic Center in Bloomington.
The governor of Minnesota denounced an attack on a mosque the previous day as a "terrible, dastardly, cowardly" act of terrorism.
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"Let me finish", Gorka said.
The Southern Poverty Law Center, a non-profit organization that tracks hate crimes in the US, told Anadolu Agency the Trump administration's silence fits into its pattern in response to anti-Muslim attacks. Trump only applies the "wait & see" mentality when it doesn't fit his agenda.
Asad Zaman, the director of the Muslim American Society of Minnesota, slammed Gorka's remarks.
It's not clear which false flag attacks Gorka was referring to.
The president's language, which experts say is largely unprecedented in the US's treatment of the country, was condemned by Democrats on Capitol Hill as well as by some Republicans.
"When someone shouts "allahu akbar" as their stabbing a police officer, it's pretty clear it's not a case of the mafia robbing a bank", he said.
Hundreds of supporters have pledged more than $20,000 as of Wednesday afternoon for a mosque in Minnesota after it was targeted in a bomb attack this past weekend. It's something the president also seems good at doing.
Trump has yet to comment on the attack.