News Nice attacked: Celebrities, politicians react to fatal crash in France By amNY.com staff Updated July 15, 2016 9:13 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Politicians and celebrities took to Twitter to express their shock and grief after dozens of people were killed in the French town of Nice on Bastille Day. Spectators were watching fireworks on July 14, 2016, when a truck plowed into the crowd. The driver was shot dead by police, officials said. See what Donald Trump, Bill de Blasio and others had to say about the attack. President Barack Obama Photo Credit: Getty Images / Pool "On behalf of the American people, I condemn in the strongest terms what appears to be a horrific terrorist attack in Nice, France, which killed and wounded dozens of innocent civilians," Obama said in a statement. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and other loved ones of those killed, and we wish a full recovery for the many wounded. I have directed my team to be in touch with French officials, and we have offered any assistance that they may need to investigate this attack and bring those responsible to justice. We stand in solidarity and partnership with France, our oldest ally, as they respond to and recover from this attack. On this Bastille Day, we are reminded of the extraordinary resilience and democratic values that have made France an inspiration to the entire world, and we know that the character of the French Republic will endure long after this devastating and tragic loss of life." Hillary Clinton Photo Credit: Getty Images / Alex Wong Clinton called into Fox News Channel's "The O'Rielly Factor" Thursday to discuss the attacks, saying that "our alliance with France is so strong, and it's terrible that France has faced too much tragedy and violence. And we need to stand strongly with them, because events like this remind us how vital it is in every way not to abandon them. We need to strengthen our alliances, and I include NATO in that." Donald Trump Photo Credit: Getty Images / Mark Wilson "Another horrific attack, this time in Nice, France. Many dead and injured. When will we learn? It is only getting worse," Trump tweeted. John Kerry Photo Credit: Getty Images / VCG Secretary of State John Kerry spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin about the need to tackle terrorism internationally after the attack in Nice, France. "I think people all over the world are looking to us and waiting for us to find a faster and more tangible way for them feeling that everything that is possible has been done to end this terrorist scourge and to unite the world in the most comprehensive efforts possible to fight back against their nihilistic and depraved approach to life and death," he said. Gov. Chris Christie Photo Credit: Getty Images / Tom Pennington "Awful attacks in Nice. These attacks are coming too frequently & too many people are lost. We need strong American leadership to save lives," Christie tweeted. Mayor Bill de Blasio Photo Credit: Getty Images / Eduardo Munoz Alvarez "Sickened by news of another senseless attack. On this #BastilleDay we are all patriots of France. Nice, we are with you," de Blasio said. Gov. Andrew Cuomo Photo Credit: Getty Images "Horrified by the rampage in Nice. NY stands with France in the face of yet another senseless act of terror," Cuomo tweeted. Mike Huckabee Photo Credit: Getty Images / Scott Olson "Please join me in praying for the people of Nice, France. Thoughts and prayers for the victims and their families," Huckabee tweeted. Lin-Manuel Miranda Photo Credit: Getty Images / Yana Paskova "Heartsick over Nice. Horrified," the Hamilton creator and actor posted on Twitter. Rihanna Photo Credit: Getty Images / Christopher Polk Rihanna canceled her concert scheduled for Friday, July 15, 2016, after the attack in Nice. "Due to the tragic events in #Nice, my concert scheduled for tomorrow July 15 at Allianz Stadium will not be going ahead as planned. Our thoughts are with the victims and their families," she wrote on Instagram. Mandy Moore Photo Credit: Getty Images / Valerie Macon "Our hearts are with you #Nice. #prayfornice 🇫🇷" Moore tweeted. Amy Schumer Photo Credit: Getty Images / Jemal Countess "Enough #PrayForNice," Schumer tweeted. Sophia Bush Photo Credit: AFP / Getty Images / Valerie Macon "Heartbroken to hear the news about Nice, France... Hatred has to stop. Promoting any kind of hatred, anywhere, has to stop. 💔🇫🇷," Bush tweeted. Justin Long Photo Credit: Getty Images for LAVENDER / Dave Kotinsky "The victims were celebrating "liberty, equality and fraternity"--France's motto + virtues that will thrive long after today #PrayForNice," the actor tweeted. Ariel Winter Photo Credit: Getty Images / Mike Windle "Pray for Nice. Pray for France. Pray for our world ❤️ my heart is broken," the actress tweeted. Abigail Breslin Photo Credit: Getty Images for GIFF / Noam Galai "So when will enough be enough? So devastating and terrifying. The world shouldn't be this way. #PrayForNice," the actress tweeted. Regina Spektor Photo Credit: Getty Images / Chris Hyde Devastating news from France... Pain, suffering, fear, loss... All my love to my friends in France. Stay strong 💔❤️ #Nice Lily Allen Photo Credit: AFP / Getty Images / Justin Tallis "So sad to learn of the situation in Nice right now. I wish senseless killings would stop happening, the world over," Allen said. Chelsea Clinton Photo Credit: AFP / Getty Images / Mandel Ngan "Praying for all impacted by the horrible attack in Nice," Clinton tweeted along with a link to a story on ways to help. Kris Jenner Photo Credit: Getty Images / Tommaso Boddi "Our prayers are with you. We must continue to spread love in the face of hate. #PrayForNice," Jenner tweeted. Josh Gad Photo Credit: Getty Images / Kena Betancur The actor and comedian posted on Twitter: "To our brothers and sisters in Nice, we stand with you, we pray for you, we mourn for you. #PrayForNice" By amNY.com staff Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Dozens killed in Nice: See photos from the sceneThe crash happened on Bastille Day. Trump still expected to announce VP pick before conventionTrump had postponed the announcement after the deadly attack in Nice, France. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.