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Trump appeared to bizarrely tweet an old draft of a tweet about the Texas shooting more than a week after it happened

President Donald Trump on Tuesday night tweeted what seemed to be a draft of a message about the horrific mass shooting at a Texas church more than a week ago.
Bryan and Karla Holcombe, victims of the Texas church shooting.

What we know about the victims of the Texas church shooting

Details about the victims in Sunday's shooting at a church in Texas are starting to emerge. The victims ranged from an 18-month-old to a 77-year-old.
Even Japanese riot police infrequently turn to guns, instead preferring long batons.

Japan has almost completely eliminated gun deaths — here’s how

Gun control has been a topic of national conversation since the Texas shooting. Japan may offer some help for preventing future attacks.

The Texas shooter reportedly killed his wife’s grandmother in the church massacre

Authorities confirmed Monday that Devin Patrick Kelley had a personal connection to the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, the site of the shooting.

The Texas shooter sent threatening text messages to his mother-in-law who attended the church

"There was a domestic situation going on within this family," one official said.
Devin Kelley.

Officials say the Texas gunman sent his mother-in-law threatening texts and killed himself

Devin Patrick Kelley, the suspect behind the shooting at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, died Sunday following a police chase.

The Texas church shooter was 26 — and it shows a disturbing trend about millennial men and mass murder

Since 2007, the majority of US terrorist attacks and mass shootings have come to be committed by men in the mid- to late-20s and early 30s.

8 members of a single family were killed in the Texas church shooting

At least 8 members of a single family were killed during Sunday's attack. The victims included children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and in-laws.