Trump's face backlash after photo with El Paso orphan who lost both parents during shooting


President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania posed in a photograph with a baby who was orphaned after the El Paso shooting. The child lost both parents who were there. The mother was lost protecting the child, and the father was lost protecting the mother. The child survived, but lost both parents who quickly acted to protect their family. Their names are Andre and Jordan Anchondo, and their son's name is Paul.

The Trump's visited El Paso and afterwards, Melania posted this photo on her Twitter page. It sparked immediate backlash and outrage, mostly from people who seem to oppose having Donald Trump as president.

This is Melania's post that some people are showing outrage towards. The photo, specifically, is the one with baby Paul and his uncle.

Some of the outrage tweets were like this.

On the other hand, there are people who support the Trump's and have posted encouraging and supportive messages like these.

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As stated on The Guardian, "The orphaned child, named Paul, had been brought back to the hospital – reportedly at the request of White House during the visit by the Trumps on Wednesday. The baby’s uncle, standing next to Donald Trump, is reportedly a Trump supporter, as was the deceased father.

The baby was injured, breaking his fingers, in the shooting, after his mother died trying to protect him and her body fell on him. His father had dived to try to shield her as bullets flew.
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Speaking to NPR, the uncle, Tito Anchondo, said: “I think people are misconstruing President Trump’s ideas. My brother was very supportive of Trump."

As tension brews following both of the mass shootings we've been hit by, the sister of the Anchondo couple has spoken out against Democrats. She says that Democrats are monsters 'using the tragic event to push their political agenda' and posted a furious Facebook post talking about it.

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