Trump rebukes FBI for bungling tip on Florida school shooting

Trump rebukes FBI for bungling tip on Florida school shooting

Trump rebukes FBI for bungling tip on Florida school shooting

The president wrote: 'Very sad that the Federal Bureau of Investigation missed all of the many signals sent out by the Florida school shooter.

It seemed that in the series of Tweets about Russian collusion and the Florida school shooting, Trump was paving the way for his late-evening message linking the two things.

The FBI acknowledged Friday it did not follow "protocols" after a tip was phoned in last January.

Cruz, a former student of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, was transferred to another school for disciplinary reasons in February of 2017. "This is why we must take action because these politicians won't".

The attack has also renewed calls for greater gun control, with several survivors leading the charge. "We are not going to come to him". "We got to bring Democrats and Republicans together - despite the president - to go forward and protect the integrity of American democracy". "Your lack of sympathy proves how pitiful of a person you are".

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Asked if he had talked with victims, Mr Trump added: "I did indeed, and it's very sad something like that could happen". "You sicken me", said student David Hogg. "YOU are a disgrace to MY country".

"What are we going to do about the threat posed by Russian Federation? That's not today", he said at the time. "This is not acceptable", he wrote on Twitter.

Critics said that Trump's upbeat gesture was puzzling given the gravity of the incident, in which 17 students were shot dead. Sarah Lerner said: "This is the REAL NEWS".

Discussing the school shooting, police said the 19-year-old suspect in Florida, Nikolas Cruz, opened fire with an AR-15 rifle.

Previous mass shootings in the United States have also stirred outrage and calls for action to tighten USA gun laws, with few results in Congress.

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Trump's Saturday night tweets weren't the only ones the president made that mentioned issues raised in the aftermath of the high school shooting, but which also seemed aimed at politics. Your job is the protect us. John Cornyn, R-Texas, to endorse the bill Cornyn has introduced with Sen.

Surviving students have called for tougher gun control and are planning a march in Washington next month.

Some students reacted with caution to Trump's support on background checks.

So far, there's been no indication that the White House is discussing legislation on guns; he said Thursday that he hoped to see Congress "tackle the hard issue of mental health". "This is about the victims. Don't forget that. We never will".

On Wednesday, the president will host a listening session with students and teachers and will speak with local and state officials about school safety. The White House did not immediately answer questions about whether he was playing golf.

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