Trump Blames Shootings On Mental Illness, Pledges More Action
Donald Trump said Sunday ‘more needs to be done’ to prevent mass shootings. Trump informed a small group of reporters that ‘a lot of things are in the works’ before boarding Air Force One in Morristown, New Jersey. We’ve done much more than most administrations,’ Trump contended. Trump said he has been speaking with Attorney General William Barr Barr and FBI Director Christopher Wray, as well as lawmakers and local market leaders, monday morning and would be making a lengthier declaration on.
He indicated his administration is considering additional action, targeted at dealing with the problem of mental illness possibly. We must obtain it stopped. It has been going on for years,’ Trump said alongside first lady Melania Trump. Donald Trump said Sunday ‘more needs to be done’ to avoid mass shootings. The elected leader replied a single question from reporters on the tarmac in New Jersey, where he spends his summer weekends, related to his entrance that more more must be done to prevent gun violence.
He didn’t summarize specific action he plans to take. He brought up mental illness, stating the shooters, both white men in their early 20s, were deranged. But this is also a mental disease problem. If you look at both of these full cases, this is mental illness. These are people that are very really, very seriously mentally ill,’ he mentioned.
Trump’s acting key of staff, Mick Mulvaney, on Sunday morning hours called them ‘unwell’ killers, as he forced back on claims that Trump motivated a racist manifesto that made an appearance online following the alleged El Paso shooter’s bloody rampage. I blame the folks who pulled the trigger,’ Mulvaney announced on ‘Meet the Press’ hours after a second gunman opened fire in Ohio.
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Goodness gracious, is someone really blaming the President? Democrats vying for Trump’s job were flocking to Sunday morning news programs – and social media – during Mulvaney’s comments to decry white nationalism. These were also linking the problem to Trump, who one 2020 Dem said ‘promotes the type of violence that we’re viewing’ with his border procedures and conduct.
Jerrold Nadler, the House Judiciary Committee chairman, also said Trump’s ‘racist rhetoric’ inspires fatal attacks. I am anguished over reviews that the taking believe in El Paso submitted a manifesto that included rants in regards to a “Hispanic invasion” before the attack,’ Nadler said in a declaration Sunday. Nadler conceded that the shooters bore sole responsibility for their actions but said Trump was not blameless. God bless the folks of El Paso Texas.