Student survivors of the massacre slammed Trump for connecting it to the Russia probe, which has shadowed his year-old presidency. "Oh my god. 17 OF MY CLASSMATES AND FRIENDS ARE GONE AND YOU HAVE THE AUDACITY TO MAKE THIS ABOUT RUSSIA???!!" Morgan Williams, 16, tweeted. "HAVE A DAMN HEART." The post Trump says FBI missed signs on Florida shooting due to Russia probe, draws criticism appeared first on Politicus USA.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump attacked the FBI and lawmakers probing alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election and said an excessive focus on Russia led federal investigators to miss signs that could have prevented a deadly mass shooting a Florida high school.
The couple who took in alleged gunman Nikolas Cruz months before last week’s deadly Florida shooting said they had a “monster living under” their roof and saw no warning signs the night before the bloodbath — despite the 19-year-old’s history of trouble in school, reports said.
Nikolas Cruz, the 19-year-old accused of killing 17 people at his former Florida high school, had scores of run-ins with law enforcement dating back to 2010 -- with one report saying sheriff’s deputies responded to his home more than 35 times in just six years.
The suspected gunman arrested in connection with Wednesday's shooting at a Florida high school which left at least 17 people dead, was identified by the sheriff as 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz.
Another high-profile TV producer is going all-in with Netflix: Ryan Murphy has signed what the streaming service describes as “a multi-year deal to produce new series and films exclusively at Netflix, starting July 1, 2018.” Murphy’s credits include Glee, American Horror Story, American Crime Story and The Normal Heart. He already had a relationship with Netflix, thanks to… Read More
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A brief U.S. government shutdown ended on Friday after Congress passed and President Donald Trump signed into law a temporary spending deal expected to push budget deficits past $1 trillion annually with new military and domestic outlays.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A brief U.S. government shutdown ended on Friday after Congress passed and President Donald Trump signed into law a wide-ranging deal expected to push budget deficits into the $1 trillion-a-year zone.
A brief U.S. government shutdown ended on Friday after Congress passed and President Donald Trump signed into law a wide-ranging deal that is expected to push budget deficits into the $1 trillion-a-year zone. The post Trump signs deal expected to push budget deficits into the $1 trillion-a-year zone appeared first on Politicus USA.