White House press secretary Sarah Sanders condemned the Washington Post on Sunday, accusing the news outlet of exploiting tragedies in the U.S. over the past several days by tying them to President Trump.

She reacted to a New York Times reporter's tweet noting how the front page of the Sunday paper pointed to Trump critics saying the president sets the tone for the mail bomb attacks against prominent Democrats and deadly Pittsburgh synagogue shooting on Saturday.

"Is there any tragedy the Washington Post won’t exploit to attack President @realDonaldTrump? The evil act of anti-Semitism in Pittsburg was committed by a coward who hated President Trump because @POTUS is such an unapologetic defender of the Jewish community and state of Israel," Sanders tweeted.

The synagogue attack, which left 11 people dead and six more injured, and mail bombs scare, which included packages sent to famous Democrats and to CNN's New York office, have prompted renewed discourse about whether President Trump's sometimes abrasive rhetoric is to blame.

Sanders appeared to reference posts made on a Gab account thought to belong to Pittsburgh shooting suspect Robert Bowers. The social media account, which has not been confirmed to be Bowers', made hostile comments about Trump and Jewish people.

Trump and his defenders have dismissed any association between the president and the tragedies.

“Everyone has their own style, and frankly, people on both sides of the aisle use strong language about our political differences,” Vice President Mike Pence told NBC News. “But I just don’t think you can connect it to acts or threats of violence.”