Donald Trump 'mixes up' cities in tweet about latest mass shooting

Tight Knit Texas Community Mourns Over 2 Dozen Dead in Church Shooting

The Sacramento Bee newspaper, citing multiple law enforcement officials, later identified the suspect as 43-year-old Kevin Janson Neal, a local resident who had been arrested in February in connection with a stabbing.

A gunman killed 26 people and wounded another 20 in the church on November 5.

Trump took to Twitter this afternoon (AEST), but he tweeted about the "people of Sutherland Springs, Texas". The FBI & law enforcement are on the scene.

In the hours after today's U.S. shooting, Mr Trump offered the words: "May God be with the people of Sutherland Springs, Texas".

Man Carries Wooden Cross 40 Miles for Church Shooting Victims
Man Carries Cross 40 Miles for Church Shooting Victims

Others speculated he had accidentally posted a draft version of a tweet sent in the wake of the Texas atrocity.

It seems like United States President, Donald Trump has mixed his updates on California and Texas mass shootings and tweeted about the wrong incident.

Shots were fired at Rancho Tehama Elementary school where some people were injured, but no students or staff members died, Corning Union Elementary School District administrative assistant Jeanine Quist said. "Same tweet. Mass shootings are literally now a "fill-in-the-blank" game for him _", they wrote.

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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