On Sunday night, a gunman opened fire from a hotel room above a packed, outdoor concert in Las Vegas in the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history. "He was a very demented person", Trump told reporters as he left the University Medical Center, which has cared for dozens of shooting victims. He also said officials were learning "a lot more" about the shooter, Stephen Paddock, and that information about him would be released "at an appropriate time". The gunman killed himself before police stormed his hotel room.
Video: President Donald Trump responds to the Las Vegas shooting. "There is now an open an ongoing law enforcement investigation".
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders got emotional during a press briefing on Monday while speaking about various acts of heroism that took place during Sunday night's mass shooting in Las Vegas.
"America is truly a nation in mourning", the president said at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police headquarters.
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Trump said "we must not allow Iran to obtain nuclear weapons", adding that the country has "not lived up to the spirit of their agreement".
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Puerto Rico "lost 16 people and he's saying their losses aren't as bad as Katrina and that they're messing with the budget", she said, shaking her head.
Asked about Mrs Clinton's remarks, Ms Sanders said it "isn't a time for us to go after individuals or organisations". "Shot in the leg or not, I will stand to show my President the respect he deserves!"
Unlike his predecessor, Barack Hussein Obama, who used mass shootings to call for stricter gun control measures, President Trump made no mention of firearms restrictions Monday.
"We are praying for you", he said. "There's now an open and ongoing law enforcement investigation, a motive is yet to be determined and it would be premature for us to discuss policy when we don't fully know all the facts or what took place last night".
Trump announced that he would be visiting Las Vegas on Wednesday to sympathise with the victims and share in the griefs of the people of the city.