Trump accused of copy-pasting his condolences on Twitter

There has been another mass shooting in America this week and Donald Trump is being accused of copy-pasting his response after he posted a condolence for the wrong shooting today.

On November 5th, one of the deadliest mass shootings in the USA occurred in Sutherland Springs, Texas.

Twenty-six people were killed when a gunman walked into a smallchurch with an assault rifle. The incident shocked people around the world and Donald Trump released this tweet:

Then, ten days later on the 15th of November, four people were shot dead in California after a man indiscriminatelybegan shooting at an elementary school and four other crime scenes. One child was injured in the attack.

Trump then tweeted this:

It would seem strange that he would sened that Tweet ten days after the tragedy in Texas. It is also incredibly similar to the first tweet.

Users believe that Trump was copy-pasting his condolence and was meant to change the names and make it about the shooting in California.

It's a sad state of affairs when you have so many mass shootings that you need to copy paste a response for each individual one.

The second tweet has since been deleted.

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