Dayton Democrat mayor: President Trump's 'rhetoric has been painful for many in our community'

Nan Whaley, Democrat Dayton mayor, appears to be very supportive of protesting President Donald Trump during his planned visit. She appears to blame Trump's rhetoric for the current situation. She says Trump's rhetoric has been painful for people in her community. This is just one of Whaley's updates after a shooter left multiple dead and injured, including his own sister.

As stated on Cincinnati news website, "Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley said Tuesday that President Donald Trump's "rhetoric has been painful for many in our community" when asked about his pending visit.

"I can only hope that as president that he's coming here to add value to our community," Whaley said from the Oregon District, where Sunday's shooting occurred.

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"I'm disappointed with his remarks. He mentioned gun issues one time. I think watching the president over the last few years on the issue of guns, I'm not sure he knows what he believes," Whaley said."

The Dayton shooter was an Elizabeth Warren supporter who seemed interested in socialism. He also wore a satanic patch on his clothes. He was shot by police and is now deceased.

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