Father of Shooting Victim to President Trump: 'I'm Pissed'


"This shouldn't happen", Andrew Pollack told Trump during a listening session at the White House.

"We're going to do something about this frightful situation", Trump said as he opened the session, adding that his administration would be "very strong on background checks" of those wishing to purchase guns, and put "a very strong emphasis on the mental health of somebody". Eternity. My attractive daughter, I'm never going to see again.

Some of the cues include: "What would you most want me to know about your experience?"

During the Wednesday listening session with survivors, Trump held a note with five bullet points, including "What can we do to help you feel safe?" and "Resources?"

There's nothing wrong with the statements but people are all pointing out that the president of the USA shouldn't need notes for basic human empathy.

President Donald Trump listens to Carson Abt, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.

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Winfrey had been a guest on the episode, but Degeneres had told Haddish that Winfrey left after their sitdown. "This is a moment". An AR-15 was used by 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz to carry out the destruction. "Enough.' These kids are right there".

The devastating news that there was yet another deadly school shooting last Wednesday hit me in my chest and took the breath right out of me. In the aftermath of this horrific nightmare, students and parents of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have turned into activists with steely determination to make our schools safe.

"I'm very angry that this happened, because it keeps happening", he said, adding that "9/11 happened once and they fixed everything". How many children have to get shot?...

"We as a country failed our children ..." "I want to hear real solutions, but you can't talk about real solutions until you can actually say what the problem is".

Proponents of the gun-free zones, which stem from a federal law passed in the 1990s, have long cited the disparity in the number of students who are hurt on school grounds versus off.

Fred Abt, the father of a Parkland student who survived the shooting, suggested allowing teachers and other adults on campus to carry concealed weapons as a way to stop shootings quickly while waiting for first responders. "It's not about gun laws right now".

"My daughter was hunted last week", Guttenberg said on CNN. "We need more firearms on campus, we need better background checks, and we need to study more on mental health". I know he's with me, cheering me on to be strong, but it's hard. I don't know how I'm ever going to set foot in that place again... "My kid is dead" goes through my head all day and all night", Pollack told the congregational during the ceremony. "We need to arm our teachers with more money in their pocket". I want that to sink in - it's eternity.