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Experts: Mental illness not main driver of mass shootings

Seattle Times Monday, 5 August 2019
Experts say President Donald Trump’s focus on “mentally ill monsters” oversimplifies the role of mental illness in public mass shootings and downplays the ease with which Americans can get firearms. Trump on Monday addressed weekend shootings in Texas and Ohio that killed 31 people. Trump said , “Mental illness and hatred pulls the trigger, not […]
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President Donald Trump addressed the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton on Monday; CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.

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