Donald Trump Tweeted About the Wrong State in a Condolence Message About a Mass Shooting

He has been accused of copying and pasting a message and forgetting to change the details.

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Donald Trump has been accused of copying and pasting a message of condolence to victims of a mass shooting in California. Following the news that five people had died and seven others were injured in Tehema County, California, the president posted a message of condolence to the people of...Texas.

“May God be with the people of Sutherland Springs, Texas,” he said. “The FBI and Law Enforcement has arrived.”

The tweet was almost identical to one he posted November 5, when a mass shooting had just taken place at a church in Sutherland Springs, where 26 people were killed.

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Many of his followers were quick to point out his mistake, accusing him of simply copying and pasting what he had written earlier this month and forgetting to change the exact details.

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Others pointed out the irony of the President of the United States not even being able to keep up to date with all the mass shootings in his own country—and how this is the biggest argument you could ask for in the fight for tighter gun control.

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