Trump visits shooting survivors


In the wake of last week's mass shooting at a South Florida high school, Trump has White House meetings scheduled this week with groups of students and local officials about the prospects of tougher gun laws to protect schools.

"We are committed to working with state and local leaders to help secure our schools, and tackle the hard issue of mental health", Trump wrote in an Instagram post alongside the picture.

"Our entire Nation, with one heavy heart, continues to pray for the victims and their families in Parkland, Florida", reads a lengthy caption accompanying the post. But if us students have learned anything, it's that if you don't study, you will fail. Nikolas Cruz, 19, who was expelled from the school past year because of disciplinary issues, was charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder after entering the high school with an AR-15 rifle and going on a shooting spree.

"They are laughing their asses off in Moscow", Trump tweeted on Sunday morning.

Representatives for the White House and the NRA did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

United States authorities have come under mounting scrutiny for failing to act on a series of warning signs ahead of the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in which 17 people were killed.

In a marathon series of furious weekend tweets from Mar-a-Lago, Trump vented about Russian Federation, raging at the FBI for what he perceived to be a fixation on the Russian Federation investigation at the cost of failing to deter the attack.

"I'd caution everybody to not believe that this is yet over, because there's lots of other places where Director Mueller to look regarding potential Russian involvement in all this", said Christie, a Republican.

"It's an incredible thing", he said of the speed with which people were taken for treatment at the hospital after being wounded.

The president made the trip to meet with first responders soon after Air Force One arrived in West Palm Beach for the president to spend the weekend at his Palm Beach estate, which is about 40 miles from Parkland.

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"President Trump, you say "what can you do", you can stop the guns from getting into these children's hands".

"Thank you all very much". The document includes other highly specific suggestions, including mandating hand-delivery of all background checks from the Federal Bureau of Investigation to the White House counsel.

Before he was a candidate, Trump at one point favored some tighter gun regulations. Cruz's lawyers said there were repeated warning signs that he was mentally unstable and potentially violent.

Galvano said senators want to examine ways to protect schools that do not have resource officers - often armed law enforcement officers - on site. "The information was not provided to the Miami field office, and no further investigation was conducted at that time", the FBI said in a statement on Friday.

After the shooting, the gunman left with students fleeing the school and purchased a drink at a Subway inside a nearby Wal-Mmart.

A day after the shooting, the 17-year-old has been on several major news channels with some powerful calls to action. "I was numb. There was no feeling going on, so I can't give you an honest answer to that, '" Lazarus recalled. We need security now for all these children.

"President Trump, Barron goes to school".

Dozens of teens spread their bodies across the pavement near the White House on Monday to symbolize the dead and call for stronger gun controls, a precursor to a march in Washington planned next month by survivors of the Parkland school shooting and supporters of their cause. "That's why they are just children's statements", Andrei Kutskikh, the presidential envoy for worldwide information security, told Russian state news agency RIA Novosti. "We need action, action, action!" "Go on TV and tell them to do that".

"It's sad something like that could happen", Trump said.

Alhadeff held her daughter's funeral on Friday.