President Trump came face to face with casualties and first responders of the nation’s overwhelming tragedy in Las Vegas, Nevada labeling the second continuous day the President handled Americans affected by devastation at a national scale.
Trump narrated stories of colossal heroism in which over 58 were dead and more than 500 wounded in the massive tragedy while reading a statement at the Las Vegas police department. He was encompassed by first responders, local and national officials and First Lady Melania Trump, the President said, “America is truly a nation in mourning.”
Trump further said that countless families tonight have suddenly lost their near and dear ones. Our spirits are battered with anguish for every American whose husband or a wife, a mother or a father, a son or a daughter have departed. The despondency is endless. All Americans are in this together and the victims are not alone. Trump walked down from Air Force One adorning a dark suit and holding hands with the First Lady who was dressed in all black.
They devoted five minutes on the tarmac at the McCarran International airport huddling with Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval (R-Nev.), Las Vegas mayor Carolyn Goodman (I), and Clark County sheriff Joe Lombardo, prior to diverging for the University Medical Center to meet up with harmed casualties and medical staff.
In the hospital Trump said that there were some who were badly maimed but they stood their ground amidst the firing to help others. It is indeed an implausible sight. It showcased immense bravery.