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Trump tweets about the wrong mass shooting, gets trolled

15 November 2017, 12:35 | Regina Holmes

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A gunman randomly killed four people and wounded a number of others at multiple locations in rural Northern California, including an elementary school, before police shot him dead on Tuesday. The FBI & law enforcement are on the scene.

However, the latest shooting by a lone gunman - which killed five people and injured 10 more - took place in rural Rancho Tehama, while Sutherland Springs was the location of the church shooting on November 5 where 25 people were gunned down.

In the hours after today's United States shooting, Mr Trump offered the words: "May God be with the people of Sutherland Springs, Texas. I am monitoring the situation from Japan".




Television presenter Piers Morgan tweeted: "At least get your mass shootings right, Mr President".

Twitter users were quick to slam Trump after the Tweet, which still remained on his twitter feed a day after it was posted.

Tehama Country Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston said the gunman, who has not yet been named, tried to enter the Rancho Tehama Elementary school with the intention of shooting more children.

Kristi, tweeting under the handle @vBosch, wrote, "For god's sake, we had a TOTALLY DIFFERENT mass shooting today, in Northern California".



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