Trump blames mass shootings on mentally ill, calls for more mental institutions
Thursday, 15 August 2019 President Donald Trump said on Thursday he supports meaningful background checks for gun buyers, but he told reporters that those responsible for recent mass shootings were mentally ill and the United States should build more mental institutions.
President Donald Trump recently said he supports meaningful background checks for gun buyers.He said those responsible for mass shootings are mentally ill and that the U.S. needs more mental institutions. According to Reuters, Trump said he has been discussing the gun violence problem with many...
Kanye West no longer supports President Donald Trump. West gave a four-hour interview to Forbes magazine Tuesday. West has been widely criticized because of his support of President Donald Trump. He told Forbes he's lost faith in Trump. "It looks like one big mess to me. I don't like that I caught wind that he hid in the bunker." West's comments come after he announced he is running for president himself. He missed deadlines in several states to actually get on the ballot.
The coronavirus pandemic is once again surging out of control, rising in a majority of states. Health experts are warning that more than 200,000 Americans could be dead by Election Day. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump is pushing to reopen elementary, middle, and high schools in the fall. The President has failed to offer detailed guidelines on how schools could open safely next month. According to CNN, Trump made the inaccurate statement just days ago that 99% of coronavirus cases are harmless. The coronavirus has already killed over 133,000 Americans and infected more than 3 million people.
Since the start of the year, published reports list more than 250 mass shootings in the United States. Recently well-publicized shootings in El Paso, Texas; Dayton, Ohio; Gilroy, Calif., and the STEM..