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“I talked to both governors, Prosecutor General William Barr, I talked to the FBI head Christopher Ray ... talked to members of Congress about what we can do. Many things are being done right now, ”Trump said.

JUST IN: President Trump speaks on back-to-back deadly mass shootings: "

"Hate has no place in our country"

- ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) August 4, 2019

August 3 and 4 in the US states of Texas and Ohio there were cases of mass shooting, the victims of which were a total of 29 people.

In the Texas city of El Paso, an attacker entered the shopping center and started shooting at visitors, killing 20 people. After that, in Dayton, the shooter opened fire on people in a street in the city, killing nine people and wounding 26. The criminal was eliminated.

On August 4, Trump instructed us to lower US flags in connection with shooting incidents.