Thousands Gather to Honor the Victims in Vegas and to Praise Jesus

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On Wednesday, President Trump travelled to Las Vegas, Nevada to visit with the surviving victims of the attack in Las Vegas and to honor those we lost.

While the media mostly glossed over or mocked his very successful visits to Puerto Rico and Las Vegas, the President seemed to be taking it all in stride as he met with the people on the ground in these places.

He displayed some very presidential characteristics as he met and listened with the victims of these tragedies and he did his very best to revive their spirits.

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President Trump then went on to visit with the wounded in the hospital and those who are nursing them back to health.

The President also spoke out about the attack again, and encouraged Americans everywhere to not allow this act to define us.

On Wednesday night thousands of mourners gathered at Canyon Ridge Christian Church to share in their grief and to begin moving forward in the healing process.

Over 3,500 people gathered to stand together culminating in this goose-bump inducing moment as they sang “Amazing Grace.”

On Thursday, President Trump was still thinking about his trip to Vegas and he let the people there know that their fellow citizens (and their President) would never forget them.

For all of the attacks he faces from the media for his lack of empathy, President Trump has spent a great deal of his first 10 months in office displaying compassion and listening to America’s hurting population. 🇺🇸

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