President Donald Trump said in an interview Tuesday night that he has had many difficult days as president, but that school shootings usually hit him the hardest.
“Well, we’ve had a lot,” the president said when asked about his most difficult day in office thus far by CSPAN. “You know, when you have a school shooting that’s tremendously — it angers me actually, it really angers me.”
He continued, “It frustrates everybody. You say, ‘How could a thing like this happen?'”
.@SteveScully: "What was your most difficult day, thus far?"— CSPAN (@cspan) July 30, 2019
President Trump: "Well, we've had a lot...When you have a school shooting...That's something that you just never can really get over."
Full interview at 9:55pm ET on C-SPAN https://t.co/nC1kPGJm5T pic.twitter.com/9y1vT2tKCT
President Trump specifically mentioned the Majorie Stoneman shooting and how if the red flags were not ignored it may have been able to be prevented.
“That’s something that you just never can really get over,” he said.