Nikolas Cruz espoused racism in chats, bragged of contacting Trump

Wayne LaPierre the executive vice president of the National Rifle Association speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Oxon Hill Maryland last February

Students and teachers who survived a mass school shooting in Florida have issued emotional and urgent calls for gun control at a rally.

In addition to her motivating words, Emma spoke about President Trump's response to the shooting.

President Trump met Friday with some of the victims shot in a rifle assault at a Parkland, Fla., high school, vowing to confront school safety problems and "the hard issue of mental health".

On Wednesday, a 19-year-old shooter entered the Parkland high school fired at least 150 rounds, killing 17 people. They say a good guy with a gun stops a bad guy with a gun.

Mitchell said this news came at a time when the FBI is "very vulnerable" because of the attacks from President Donald Trump and the White House over its handling of the Russian Federation election interference investigation.

"There has been one tweet that I would like to call attention to", Gonzalez said. We call BS. That us kids don't know what we're talking about, that we're too young to understand how the government works. We call BS. They say no laws could have prevented the hundreds of senseless tragedies that have occurred.

Discussion about stricter gun laws has resurfaced after the nation's deadliest school shooting in more than five years.

The high school senior did not shy away from addressing the president directly. She refuted any version of events that allowed for sympathy or humanization of Nikolas Cruz, the student who confessed to committing the murders.

Child services said he had new injuries and said he planned to buy a gun, but authorities determined he was already receiving adequate support, the reports say.

Gonzalez's speech, in which she cried shame on "every politician taking donations from the NRA", quickly went viral on social media. "I want to congratulate them", Trump said. "Get back to the basics and make us all proud!" "I'll never forget that, and for you to do something like that is wonderful and shows what you think of law enforcement, and we appreciate it".

"I have such empathy for those parents and the students I remember how it felt and I didn't lose anybody", said Woodward.



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