President Trump and First Lady Visit Grieving Dayton Victims and Hero First Responders as Democratic Pols Play Politics

  DAYTON, Ohio — President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump touched down in Dayton just before 11 a.m. Wednesday. The First Couple came to Dayton to pay their respects to the injured, thank the first responders, and tell the victims and their families, “I want you to know…

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VIDEO: Washington Post Spikes Interview with Dayton Resident Who Opposes Gun Control

Bryan St. John lives near and frequents the Oregon District, a quaint neighborhood in Dayton where the shooting took place. A journalist from The Washington Post asked St. John for his opinion on the various sides of the gun debate.

“Well, when people say you should ban guns, to me it goes back to 1991 and the Killeen Luby shooting there where the lady was under the table and had to watch her parents get shot and followed the law and left her gun in the car,” St. John replied to one question.

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Dayton Mayor Uses Misleading ‘250 Mass Shootings’ Figure

Following the Dayton mass shooting early Sunday morning, Mayor Nan Whaley noted during the question portion of her 10:00am press conference that “250 mass shootings” had happened in the United States so far this year. That number became a talking point in Ohio and nationwide.

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Ohio’s Dayton Police Called Heroes – Responded within a Minute to Mass Shooting at Historic Oregon District

DAYTON, Ohio — The beautiful tree-lined, brick-paved streets of the Historic Oregon District were eerily quiet Sunday following a mass shooting outside Ned Peppers Bar on East 5th Street earlier that morning. Nine victims have been confirmed dead thus far and more than two dozen injured. Police, who were on the scene within one minute, shot and killed the suspect. Praise for their fast response is coming in from all around the city, and state including from the Oregon District itself.

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