President Trump: "Hate has no place in our country"

President Trump made his first public statement following the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton that left 29 people dead.

President Trump said, “Hate has no place in our country. And we’re going to take care of it. I spoke with Attorney General Bill Barr at length. I spoke to Christopher Wray, director of the FBI. Spoke to the governors, both governors. And we’re doing a lot of work. A lot of people are working right now.”

President Trump plans to make an official statement on the shootings at 10 a.m. on Monday.

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