Published: Sat, October 07, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

Las Vegas victim shot in leg stands when President Trump visits hospital

Las Vegas victim shot in leg stands when President Trump visits hospital

During his Vegas visit, Trump's motorcade drove by the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino, where Stephen Paddock stockpiled more than 20 firearms and mowed down his victims from a 32nd-floor room.

The White House said President Donald Trump welcomed a review of U.S. policy on so-called bump stock devices that legally make semi-automatic rifles into faster-firing automatic weapons.

How long is the flight? "How's it going?" the president asks, as he pats the patient on the back.

What will the president do there?

The American public is "frustrated" with the Senate Intelligence Committee's investigation into alleged Russian election interference, according to White House press secretary Sarah Sanders. They then head to an undisclosed location to meet with those "civilian heroes" and first responders.

The gun tourism business in Las Vegas, Nevada, remains popular in the aftermath of the mass shooting that killed 59 people and injured over 500 others on Sunday night.

"What happened is such a tragedy, so unnecessary, who can believe what happened to Las Vegas?" the President later added that the mass shooting was indeed "a very disgusting thing even to think about". Calling it a "very sad day" for the people of the United States, Trump said that he will also be visiting Las Vegas to appreciate the fantastic job done by the police in short time. "And yeah they're learning a lot more. We won't talk about that", said Trump.

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Trump offered somber remarks about the shooting from the White House on Monday, saying "our unity can not be shattered by evil, our bonds can not be broken by violence".

The president has been on the move recently, right?

On Tuesday, the Las Vegas Metro Police Department released a body-cam video of officers responding to the terrifying scene Sunday night.

Trump went on to praise Puerto Rico for not having a death toll as high as "a real catastrophe like Katrina". However, he declined to comment about the motivation of the shooter and just said that the suspect was "a sick and demented person".

Gunderson was not the only Las Vegas shooting survivor who found the president's trip motivational.

Instead, as the nation learns all about bump stock gun attachments that can make a legal semi-automatic weapon mimic a machine gun, Democrats in Congress are putting their focus there.

"Hey, this guy looks tough to me", the president says.

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