President Donald Trump and some of his presidential race rivals shared their thoughts about the deadly shootings in Milwaukee’s Miller Valley on Wednesday.
“I’d like to extend my deepest condolences to the victims and families in Milwaukee, Wisconsin,” said the President before his news conference on coronavirus.
“A wicked murderer opened fire…taking the lives of five people. A number of people were wounded, some badly wounded. Our hearts break for them,” he added.
“We send our condolences…our hearts go out to the people of Wisconsin.”
Presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar and Pete Bittigieg also shared their thoughts.
I’m devastated for the victims, and my heart is with their loved ones and all those affected by this tragedy.— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) February 26, 2020
We shouldn’t have to live with this constant horror and grief. We need to act now to end the gun violence epidemic. https://t.co/zjgsZdLkZl
While details are still emerging in Milwaukee, this much is clear: We mourn another devastating tragedy. My heart goes out to all who lost loved ones. May we find the strength and will to act against gun violence, and never accept the unacceptable.— Pete Buttigieg (@PeteButtigieg) February 26, 2020
Thinking of of the families of the victims and co-workers at Molson Coors tonight. Yet another tragic case of gun violence. Enough. https://t.co/4jEVrpQUPq— Amy Klobuchar (@amyklobuchar) February 26, 2020
Full coverage links:
– Multiple people dead including suspect at Molson Coors
– Photo gallery
– Audio: Dispatch call
– Wisconsin Congress members comment about Molson Coors incident on social media
– Presidential candidates chime in about Molson Coors mass shooting