"There's a great rule: all initial reports are false".
He added, "Let's wait and see".
Gorka, the ex-national security editor for the conservative Breitbart News, is known for his hardline views on Islam and terrorism.
He also called it an "outrage" that Trump hasn't condemned the attack.
Gorka is correct that there have been incidents of hate crimes in recent months that were made to look like they were perpetrated by someone other than the actual perpetrator.
Also weighing in on the president's silence is Asad Zaman, director of the Muslim American Society of Minnesota.
Just minutes into Sebastian Gorka's appearance on Fox & Friends to discuss escalating nuclear tensions between Washington D.C. and Pyongyang, President Donald Trump issued his latest warning to North Korea via Twitter.
Dr. Sebastian Gorka hit back at some of the critics of President Trump over the North Korean nuclear threat and defended the president's stern message.
Traditionally, what Trump "deems fit" is to completely ignore acts of Islamophobic violence in America, while jumping to conclusions about alleged Islamic terrorism.
Gorka said the criticism in hard times "saddens me", likening this to the Cuban Missile Crisis under John F. Kennedy. When somebody shouts, "Alluah Akbar" as they're stabbing a police officer, it's pretty clear it's not a case of the mafia robbing a bank.
In June, the day after a gunman set fire to a casino and killed at least 36 people in the Philippines, Trump labeled the incident an example of "what is going on throughout the world with terror".
Ruhle continued pressing Gorka, pointing to several tweets by the president since the Minnesota bombing and asking again why he has been tight-lipped, apparently missing the hypocrisy of asking Trump to do exactly what the left-wing media regularly slams him for doing.
Trump has responded immediately to a certain kind of attack - those that reinforce anti-Islamic rhetoric.