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Mass Shootings / Trump Fallout #1140075

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 06, 2019
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(White House: Kyra Phillips) The concern of the people of El Paso after the shooting & before tomorrow's visit by President Trump examined; details given about unsettling political fallout. [Feb. 11, TRUMP - says open borders are dangerous.] [May 8, March 28, TRUMP - calls it "an invasion."] [Resident Bill AGUIRRE@- says Trump has promoted anger.] [Aug. 5, presidential candidate Beto O'ROURKE - says he is part of the problem.] [Aug. 5, TRUMP - says we must condemn racism, bigotry & white supremacy.] [Dayton Mayor Nan WHALEY@- gives her view of the president & guns.] [El Paso Mayor Dee MARGO@- says he will defend his city.] The call for Congress to do more on gun cotrnol with Senators Chuck Schumer & Peter King calling for the passage of background checks discussed.

Reporter(s):
Muir, David;
Phillips, Kyra
Duration:
00:03:00

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