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President Donald Trump meets with first responders in El Paso after mass shooting | USA TODAY

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President Trump meets with law enforcement, families, and survivors from the recent mass shooting in El Paso, Texas.

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President Donald Trump will travel to El Paso, Texas to review recovery efforts from the mass shootings there, despite objections of some residents. Trump plans to visit with victims’ families, survivors and law enforcement personnel, adviser Kellyanne Conway said. Some residents and lawmakers in El Paso have asked Trump to stay away, given his past attacks on some migrants and claims that they are “invading” the United States. In remarks Monday, Trump condemned white supremacy and vowed to respond with “urgent resolve” to the mass shootings, but Democrats criticized him for failing to offer specific proposals for gun control.

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