Trump tweets about the wrong mass shooting, gets trolled

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The tweet was almost the same as the message he posted about the Sutherland Springs shooting last week. The FBI & law enforcement are on the scene.

Trump sent out a tweet apparently in reference to the incident, but it referred to the Sutherland Springs shooting in Texas on November 5, when 26 people were killed at the First Baptist Church.

The commander-in-chief failed to recognize the latest massacre in Rancho Tehama Reserve, California, on Tuesday morning when a lone gunman occurred went on a random shooting spree in around the tiny community and targeted the local elementary school.

Twitter users quickly slammed Trump with many calling out his inability to remember each mass shooting that has taken place this year. "Bad insult to the victims of both", the European media director of Human Rights Watch said.

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People on Twitter were quick to notice the mix-up, including Piers Morgan who wrote: "At least get your mass shootings right, Mr President. The new one is in California".

Amado DeHoyos weighed in, tweeting, "I really didn't think anything could be worse for the families of mass-shooting victims than an endless string of "Thoughts and Prayers".Until Trump sent a copy/paste text and didn't change the city name from the last..."

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