School shooting victims plead with Trump for action
WASHINGTON (AP) — With searing anger, raw emotion and heartfelt pleas, parents, students and others impacted by school shootings implored President Donald Trump to take action at the White House Wednesday.
"Thank you for pouring out your hearts because the world is watching," Trump told them after hearing their stories. Here is some of what they shared:
— Samuel Zeif was on the second floor of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last week when a gunman opened fire, killing 17 people. He said he'd been frantically texting his mother, father and siblings when he realized his... read more
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