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Trump reaches to victims of Dayton and El Paso shootings


President Trump paid a visit at El Paso and Dayton on Wednesday where the protestors lashed out on his arrival. Later, President Trump did not like the attitude of the politicians Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown and the Mayor of Dayton, Nan Whaley.

Trump reached out to the victims who were recovering in the hospital after the mass shooting. Mr. Trump did not clarify what made him so mad, but he lashed out on the politicians during the press conference. On the other hand, Trump said that his visit was successful as he had a great time meeting the hospital staff and the victims.


No reporter was given access to the hospital at the time Trump was on a visit; later, the man himself shared the pictures of himself and the staff over the social media. The white house director, Dan Scavino also joined Trump in the visit. He tweeted that the respected politicians Whaley and Brown were disrespectful and misleading the president’s visit to the victims.

“Very SAD to see Ohio Senator Brown, & Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley – LYING & completely mischaracterizing what took place w/ the President’s visit to Miami Valley Hospital today,” Scavino, in his tweet.

The director also said that the staff and the victims celebrated his visit to the hospital and made him feel like a celebrity, “They all loved seeing their great President!” Brown seemed very calm and respectful to the president, as in his tweet, he said that Trump was trying to comfort the victims at the hospital. It is his job to make everyone feel comfortable to gain trust.

It is the first time that Brown has made a statement like this; in the past Brown and Whaley lashed out on Trump for being rational on the comments Trump made in the past. The visit was soothing to the victims and the staff of the hospital.