President Trump Visits Affected Shooting Areas in Dayton and El Paso

  • President Trump Visits Affected Shooting Areas in Dayton and El Paso

President Trump Visits Affected Shooting Areas in Dayton and El Paso

Despite their reluctance to meet with Trump and Cruz, The Post reported that numerous hospitalized victims had met with city and county officials, as well as Democratic Texas Rep. Veronica Escobar and Illinois Rep. Chuy Garcia.

It's unclear why Scavino and Trump directed their ire at Brown and Whaley. On Tuesday, the president's press secretary announced that the day would be about honoring victims, consoling families, and thanking first responders and medical professionals for helping out others.

However, not all El Paso locals agreed with Mr Melendez's sentiment, with a rally protesting white supremacy and demanding gun control coinciding with Mr Trump's visit.

'The love, respect & enthusiasm were there for all to see.

"I know that it's hard that this terrorist wrote the same words that he was coming to El Paso to kill Hispanics because of the 'invasion of Hispanics, '" Garcia shouted. Supposed to be just a fairly quick, we met with numerous people.

"We had an wonderful day", Trump said in the corridor of an emergency coordination center in El Paso.

"There is a great appetite and I mean a very strong appetite for background checks and I think we can bring up background checks like we've never had before and I think both Republicans and Democrats, they are getting close to doing something on background checks", Trump told reporters at the White House before departing to OH and Texas. This is what Senator Sherrod Brown said: "He was received well by the patients, as you'd expect".

"He was comforting, he did the right things, and Melania did the right things".

"That person had the intent to hurt people, he already had it", he said.

"To me he comes off as fake", she said.
"His rhetoric has been painful for many in our community", Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley said on Tuesday. Rob Portman during the visit.

Whaley responded to the tweets by saying she was "really confused". Brown later called the president "a bully" and said it was fine for Trump to pick on politicians, but that he should be taking action for the citizens of Dayton.

Sorry, I missed the speech in which Warren, or any Democrat, has taken personal responsibility for how their inflammatory rhetoric contributed to the Dayton massacre.

"If we, after a tragedy, only confine ourselves to doing those things that would have prevented this tragedy, we are missing a real opportunity", DeWine said.

He predicted congressional support for those two measures, but not for banning assault rifles. He and others blame the president's rhetoric about Mexicans, immigrants and minorities for inspiring hate crimes. There have been protesters in both the OH city and in El Paso, opposed to the president visiting so soon after the incidents.

"We can't get anything done in the Senate because Mitch McConnell and President Trump are in bed with the gun lobby", Brown said.

Trump, meanwhile, says he condemns "racism, bigotry and white supremacy". The president was treated "like a rock star", Scavino tweeted.

It is sad fact that there has been more mass shooting across the United States this year than there have been days in the year, although many of these go unreported outside of the communities they effect.

The White House did not allow reporters and photographers to watch as he talked with wounded victims, medical staff and law enforcement officers there, but then quickly published its own photos on social media and released a video of his visit.