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It seems like United States President, Donald Trump has mixed his updates on California and Texas mass shootings and tweeted about the wrong incident.
A gunman opened fire on a local elementary school in rural Rancho Tehama near Sacramento in California killing at least four people, on Wednesday.
But, Trump wrote about the Texas shooting where an armed man opened fire inside a church, killing around 25 people and wounding about 20 in the deadliest shooting in history for Texas which happened on November 5.
Trump has offered condolences to the wrong shooting on Wednesday in a Tweet which read “May God be with the people of Sutherland Springs, Texas. The FBI and Law Enforcement has arrived"
May God be with the people of Sutherland Springs, Texas. The FBI and Law Enforcement has arrived.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 15, 2017
Naturally, people on Twitter soon picked up the mistake and trolled the situation.
Trump just tweeted about the wrong mass shooting... pic.twitter.com/tfgXp1TTMh— Rantt News (@RanttNews) November 15, 2017
Did u just copy & paste this & forget to change the city?— Name cannot be blank (@cadillaccannon) November 15, 2017
sigh...don't you get tired of being this dumb? Like I'm exhausted for you.— Youse A BIGLY Bum (@kelleent) November 15, 2017
Um. That was last week's tragedy. We had a new one today in Northern Califorina.— Peter Delacroix (@DocPeteyJ) November 15, 2017
You might want to ask your physician what "sundowning" means. Seriously.
Nobody is better at uniting the nation during a time of crisis than President Trump!— Jacob Wohl (@JacobAWohl) November 15, 2017