“Look, we have a tragedy. What happened is, in many ways, a miracle. The police department, they’ve done such an incredible job. And we’ll be talking about gun laws as time goes on. But I do have to say, how quickly the police department was able to get in was really very much of a miracle. They’ve done an amazing job.”
600 people were shot. Trump calls it a “miracle”. I got nothing.
President Trump was asked about the gun laws on Oct. 3, in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting. He responded “We have a tragedy, and what happened in Las Vegas is in many ways a miracle.”
At least 59 people were killed and more than 500 others were injured in Las Vegas late Sunday when Stephen Paddock shot at an outdoor country music festival from the windows of a 32nd-floor hotel suite. For at least five minutes, and perhaps as long as 15, the crowd was shot at. As Paddock fired round after round, gun smoke filled the hotel suite and set off a fire alarm, allowing a SWAT team to zero in on Paddock’s position in about 20 minutes. As officers closed in, Paddock killed himself.
Las Vegas police were so badly outgunned by mad man it took them 2 hrs to enter gunman’s hotel room; Trump says they got him “quickly”.
Tom Watson writes, “We need fewer miracles.”
Terrence writes, “This man is one of the most incredible cases of foot-in-mouth disease I’ve ever seen.”
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