Trump alleges left-wing political motivation in Dayton despite lack of clear motive

Trump alleges left-wing political motivation in Dayton despite lack of clear motive

New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman is quite sure the White House thinks President Donald Trump behaved disastrously on Wednesday while he was supposed to be consoling the victims of the El Paso and Dayton shootings.

Mielke also said the people Donald Trump met with at the hospital were two victims who had already been discharged that returned to the hospital with their families to meet with the president.

You know how so many Republicans always yell about not politicizing tragedy when we try to talk about gun control legislation after a mass shooting? He later described his visit as "warm and wonderful" and released pictures and video with nurses, doctors and patients. CCTV footage obtained by CNN showed the two drinking together at a nearby bar a couple of hours before the shooting began.

Trump said again that the most important thing is to keep guns out of the hands of the mentally ill. Warren hasn't commented on how the alleged Dayton, Ohio, shooter supported her bid for president.

"I think the victims and the first responders were grateful that the president of the United States came to Dayton", added Mayor Nan Whaley, who said she was glad Mr Trump had not stopped at the site of the shooting. "Let's be very clear about what is causing this and who the president is".

"My critics are political people", Trump said as he left the White House, noting the apparent political leanings of the shooter in the Dayton killings.

Lynell Graham, an OH resident, turned up to protest, telling CNN: "I did not think that this is a place where Trump should come for a photo op on dead people". We love the people. They wanted him to go in and behave differently.

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Whaley said she agreed with Trump's decision not to visit the district where the shooting occurred given the high emotions in the community. "I'm glad he did it in those hospital rooms", Brown said.

Several held up signs with messages including "Pres. Trump Not Welcome Here", "El Paso 80% Brown - Strong", and "Trump you are the accomplice of the 8/3/19 Attack, you are not welcomed". Melendez, an Army veteran and the son of Mexican immigrants, said he holds only the shooter responsible for the attack. It's his job to comfort people.

"No-one's words would have triggered that".

Trump later criticized the two OH politicians for implying that he should not have visited the grieving city.

Some Democrats and residents of El Paso concurred with OH criticism of Mr Trump's inflammatory rhetoric, who argue that it has fostered the kind of anti-immigrant hatred that could have contributed to the weekend's attack. Much of the city identifies as Hispanic or Latino and the suspect is thought to be the author of a text posted online which said "this attack is a response to the Hispanic invasion of Texas".

Beto O'Rourke, who is from El Paso, is scheduled to address a rally Wednesday afternoon timed to coincide with Trump's visit, in addition to attending a morning remembrance and making an evening visit to a makeshift memorial outside the Walmart where the gunman killed 22 people.

Frantic scenes were earlier captured in New York's Times Square after the noise of a motorcycle backfiring caused a crowd to panic, revealing a heightened sense of fear in the wake of mass shootings in two USA cities.