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Pres. Trump, First Lady Visit With Victims of Fla. School Shooting

President Trump arrives in Florida to meet with the victims of the parkland school shooting, and the medical professionals treating them. Accompanied by First Lady Melania Trump Friday, he met with doctors, nurses and patients at Broward Health North hospital where many of the injured are receiving treatment. After speaking with victims, President Trump expressed his sorrow over the week’s events.

Lawmakers May Hold Steve Bannon in Contempt of Congress

Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are considering whether to hold former Breitbart Editor and White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress for refusing to answer their questions about working in President Trump’s administration. In Thursday’s three-hour hearing before the House Intelligence Committee, Bannon invoked executive privilege when asked questions that were not a part of a pre-approved list.

WH Refutes Reports That General John Kelly Is Leaving Position

The White House pushes back on unverified reports by the mainstream media, suggesting Chief of Staff General John Kelly has offered to leave his post. Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley refuted the reports Friday, saying General Kelly has not offered his resignation to President Trump. This comes after General Kelly was criticized by some outside of the White House for his handling of aide Rob Porter, who stepped down following domestic abuse allegations.

Pres. Trump: Republicans Want To Fix DACA Far More Than Democrats Do

As President Trump continues efforts to make America safer, he slams Democrats; accusing them of not wanting to fix the DACA program. In a tweet Saturday the President claims Republicans want to fix the Obama-era program far more than Democrats do. He adds Democrats had all three branches of government from 2008 to 2011, but decided not to act.

2 Law Enforcement Officers killed in Westerville, Ohio

Officials identify the two officers killed in the line of duty in a Columbus-Ohio suburb. 54-year-old Eric Joering and 39-year-old Anthony Morelli were fatally shot while responding to, what is being described, as a ‘911 hang-up call’ in Westerville. Authorities say they were immediately met with gunfire when they entered the apartment and believe it was a domestic situation, but have not released further details.