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Thursday’s Headlines: Trump attacks local leaders as he visits two grieving cities

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Trump attacks local leaders as he visits two grieving cities
President Trump vowed to tone down his rhetoric and help the country heal — but then laced his visits to El Paso and Dayton, Ohio, with a flurry of vitriol against local leaders and memorialized his trips with grinning thumbs-up photos.
Some El Paso victims declined to meet Trump, medical center spokesman says
The hospitalized patients also declined to meet with Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.), but they had met with a number of elected officials in recent days.
Trump’s openness to extensive background checks for gun buys draws warning from NRA
NRA chief executive Wayne LaPierre told President Trump on Tuesday that such a move would not be popular among the president’s supporters.
Denied asylum, migrants in Europe live in limbo
For logistical and geopolitical reasons, migrants handed orders to leave are overwhelmingly not being deported.
ICE agents arrest 680 people across Mississippi in massive raid
The wave of arrests in six cities was the result of year-long criminal investigations. Officials said it is the largest single-state immigration enforcement action in U.S. history.
No, Mr. President. Hate is not a mental illness.
If Trump is to blame for El Paso, Democrats are to blame for Dayton
I understand the temptation to dismiss QAnon. Here’s why we can’t.
Guide dogs don’t lead blind people. We wander as one.
More than 600 days of silence since U.S. Park Police killed an unarmed man
Trump boasted about making Air Force One cheaper. He didn’t.
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‘Robbery, hate, homicide’: Man fatally stabs four people, wounds two in Orange County
Investigators in Garden Grove, Calif., are piecing together the deadly outburst, which left slashed and stabbed victims at an apartment complex, a gas station, an insurance business, a 7-Eleven store and a Subway restaurant.
NRA chief sought purchase of mansion in wake of Parkland shooting
Wayne LaPierre told associates he was worried about being targeted, but he and his wife, Susan, rejected an upscale high rise with numerous security features in favor of an estate with lakefront and golf course views, according to emails and text messages described to The Post.
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Modi’s Kashmir move proves his fiercest critics right
When he first came to power in 2014, Narendra Modi cloaked his Hindu nationalist views with ideas of economic reform. But as the latter has stalled, he’s fallen back on the easier option.
Simone Biles blasts USA Gymnastics: ‘You had one job … and you couldn’t protect us!’
The Olympic gold medalist was in tears ahead of the U.S. gymnastics championships as she talked about the organization’s failure in the Larry Nassar scandal.
Billionaire owner of SoulCycle, Miami Dolphins faces backlash over Trump fundraiser
Gay celebrities called for boycott of the luxury fitness brands while National Football League player Kenny Stills criticized the event on Twitter.


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