President Trump Visits El Paso And Dayton
President Trump strategies to visit El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, site of the back to back weekend shootings that enforced a raw national debate about race and gun violence and prompted the critics to question Mr. Trump’s capability to heal in a moment of disaster.
Mr. Trump will travel to both devastated communities on Wednesday with first lady Melania Trump.
According to the sources, Mr. Trump tweeted that he will meet “with First Responders, Law Enforcement, and some of the victims of the dreadful shootings.”
The trip will again test Mr. Trump’s abilities to serve as a reliever. In an aspect of the role of president with which he has struggled in the past when faced with similar issues in the country.
Such as with shootings and natural disasters.
Even before Mr. Trump’s arrival, the President already faced a lot of criticism. From Democratic officials in El Paso and Dayton.
In El Paso, the shooting by a 21-year-old white man. Belonging from suburban Dallas is being investigated as a hate crime motivated by anti-immigrant animosity.
After an online policy allegedly written by the suspect described a possible mass shooting.
However, It could be a possible answer to an “invasion of Texas” by Hispanic immigrants.
In more than a half dozen tweets this year, Mr. Trump has stated to conquest at the southern U.S. border, and a May announcement delivered by the White House said “hundreds of thousands of people coming through Mexico” had entered the U.S.