Trump condemns white supremacy, focuses on combating mental illness over new gun-control measures
From an August 6 New York Times fake news article:
The Democratic mayor of Dayton, Nan Whaley, said on Tuesday that she had been “disappointed” with about the two massacres, which left a combined 31 people dead. In a brief speech, Mr. Trump denounced white nationalism and called for more action to address mental illness and to combat online hate, but endorsed only minimal new gun control measures.
Still, Ms. Whaley said, she would respectfully welcome the nation’s elected leader to her city.
“He’s the president of the United States,” Ms. Whaley said. “When he comes as president I will greet him. I hope he’s coming here to add value and to help our community, and I hope it’s not about just a press hit and I hope it’s about him actually doing something.”