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  • Obama: Orlando shooting an attack on all of us

    President Obama called the Orlando nightclub shooting an act of terror and hate. In the early hours of Sunday morning, a shooter killed at least 50 people inside a gay nightclub, before authorities shot and killed him in a shootout.

President Obama called the Orlando nightclub shooting an act of terror and hate. In the early hours of Sunday morning, a shooter killed at least 50 people inside a gay nightclub, before authorities shot and killed him in a shootout. The White House
President Obama called the Orlando nightclub shooting an act of terror and hate. In the early hours of Sunday morning, a shooter killed at least 50 people inside a gay nightclub, before authorities shot and killed him in a shootout. The White House

Why the Orlando massacre is more likely to divide than unite America’s politicians

June 12, 2016 6:14 PM