Shooting in Milwaukee claims 5 lives, says Trump

DN Bureau

US President Donald Trump on Wednesday (local time) said that five people were killed in a shooting in Milwaukee.

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Washington: US President Donald Trump on Wednesday (local time) said that five people were killed in a shooting in Milwaukee.

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"I would like to extend my deepest condolences to the families in Wisconsin earlier today, taking the lives of five people," Trump said in a press briefing on Wednesday.

"Our hearts break for them... and it is a terrible thing," he added. Earlier, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett confirmed multiple fatalities in a shooting that occurred at the local Molson Coors brewery, including the gunman.

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Earlier, conflicting media reports indicated that two to seven people had been killed. (ANI)

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