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US president visits massacre victims-Trump invites Vegas survivors to the White House

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US president visits massacre victims-Trump invites Vegas survivors to the White House

Las Vegas – No statements, no interviews, no press conference. US president Donald Trump, accompanied by first Lady Melania, devoted his visit entirely to victims and helpers of Las Vegas massacre.

At University Medical Center, he met three days after gunshots to survivors and relatives.

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"We are re for you" and "stand 100 percent by your side," he said on Wednesday, telling him that he had invited survivors to White House.

Trump described perpetrator as a "sick and crazy person". He certified doctors and nurses to have done an "incredible job". "We have a great country," said Trump.

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The bullet-proof convoy of president leaves University Medical Center Photo: Buck/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock

The doctors and nurses attested to an "incredible" job. "We have a great country," Trump declared with First lady Melania at his side and assured all concerned: "We are 100 percent at your side."

The president had responded to assassination of comparative behavior. After recent attacks by Islamists in Europe, he had clearly vernehmlicher and vehemently expressed himself as white American paddock did.

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Entertainer Jimmy Kimmel had Trump and his weapons policy sharply KritisiertFoto:/AP Photo/DPA

Trump decided to refrain from commenting on weapons problem in United States. This led to sarcastic remarks in media and social networks. "Praying alone is not enough," said TV entertainer Jimmy Kimmel.

But re is little hope of a stricter gun legislation. According to surveys, re is no clear majority in US population for tougher laws. Above all, however, political majority of Republicans and a strong arms lobby speak out against any real change.

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