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Trump Postpones Florida Trip After Mass Shootings

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Trump Postpones Florida Trip After Mass Shootings

Trump Postpones Florida Trip After Mass Shootings

Donald Trump will postpone a trip to Florida due to the mass shootings in Texas, Ohio, and Illinois over the weekend.

Trump condemned racism and white supremacy but did not address criticisms that his rhetoric fueled the bigotry.

He also outlined broad policy prescriptions, but did not announce any immediate actions to curb future attacks.

White House reps did not respond to a request for comment on any planned trips or other travel changes.

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