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Trump visits the wounded of Florida, but is silent about weapons act

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American president Donald Trump has Friday wounded visited after the shooting where in a school in Florida 17 people dead. Trump replied, however, are not questions about adjustments to the arms export control, despite the plea of a mother that her daughter lost.

“It is saddening that such a thing can happen,” president Trump during his visit to the Broward Health North hospital with First lady Melania. Trump had kind words for the workers in the city of Pompano Beach. “They have done a fantastic job.’

Trump also spoke with the police officer that the perpetrator Nikolas Cruz had found after the shooting. The man told briefly how he, the young man had tracked down. “You’re much too modest, I had it completely different told’, joked Trump. “I had said to him without me never had found it.’

Not a word about weapons act

The president was at the hospital the media to word, but ignored the question, or the wapenwetten have to be adapted’. However had many pupils and parents of victims called to do so.

‘President Trump, Barron is going to school. Let Barron protect”, referring to Lori Alhadeff, her 14-year-old daughter Alyssa lost in the shooting, for the funeral for Trumps son. ‘And let all the other children also protect.’

The nineteen-year-old ex-pupil Nikolas Cruz shot Wednesday at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, fourteen students and three teachers dead. He also made fifteen wounded.

 

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