Florida attorney general Pam Bondi shared details of her conversation with President Donald Trump on the school shooting in Parkland, Florida Wednesday.
“He was so worried about the families and the victims…” Bondi told Fox News.
“You know, all we talked about, all, his only concern tonight–the victims,” she said. “As it should be. All he asked about–‘How are the victims? How are the victims? Are they okay? How are the families?'”
“He was so worried about the families and the victims, you know, he’s a father, he’s a grandfather, and he deeply, deeply cares about what’s happening down here.” (RELATED: MSNBC Commentator: Pass Gun Control Or The 2nd Amendment Will Become A ‘Suicide Pact For All Of Us’)
At least 17 people died in a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida Wednesday. The suspect, a 19-year-old former student of the school, has been captured. His motive is still unknown. (RELATED: Here’s Everything We Know About The Florida High School Shooting Suspect)