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originally posted by: silo13
a reply to: kurthall
What part of he got OUT of the limo and confronted the man weilding a deadly weapon?
originally posted by: RadioRobert
a reply to: fleabit
I do agree that the President shouldn't have opened his mouth until the facts were in. For all we know the four officers were under orders not to enter until a tactical team arrived, etc. Which would mean someone royally # up, but isn't exactly cowardice, etc.
originally posted by: fleabit
I don't doubt he did - he is nothing if not super confident and brash. I imagine if he were at the site of the shooting, and he was armed, he probably would have confronted the shooter. But to be fair to the guy getting some much slack from the President himself, through his lawyer, he made it clear that he was there due to a report of fireworks going off at the school. When he heard the gunshots, he knew they were, but thought they were coming from outside.
But I guess if Trump called him a coward, he is a coward? He could be lying I guess. But he could be telling the truth.
originally posted by: BlueAjah
a reply to: soberbacchus
The child was not the only witness.