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Trump blames mass shootings on mentally ill, calls for more mental institutions

Reuters 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.
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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...

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