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Leaders, celebrities respond to Fort Lauderdale Airport shooting

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NewsHubPosted: Jan 06 2017 06:02PM EST
Updated: Jan 06 2017 07:15PM EST
Donald Trump
Monitoring the terrible situation in Florida. Just spoke to Governor Scott. Thoughts and prayers for all. Stay safe!
Mike Pence
Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims, their families and our first responders in Fort Lauderdale, FL. https://t.co/0DutQItGvN
Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL)
In response to the shooting at the @FLLFlyer we will use every available resource to keep citizens safe. https://t.co/6VwBAFW1vT
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)
Praying for the victims and everyone at the #FortLauderdale airport. #FLL
Rep. Ted Deutch (D-FL)
Deutch, who represents a portion of Fort Lauderdale, is attacking Florida Governor Rick Scott’s decision to reach out to Donald Trump instead of President Obama, who is still in office as President.
. @FLGovScott reached out to the President-elect & Vice-president elect but not the current President? That’s inexcusable but not surprising.
Gov. Doug Ducey (R-AZ)
Prayers are with the people of Florida and all the victim’s of today’s attack and their families.
Former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords (D-AZ)
Saddened by today’s shooting in Ft. Lauderdale. @ShuttleCDRKelly & I are thinking & praying for those impacted by this terrible tragedy.
Today’s tragic shooting at FLL airport is another painful reminder of our nation’s gun violence crisis.
. @ShuttleCDRKelly & I mourn for those taken today, and pray for those who were injured.
We cannot let this horror become normal. Our country is better than this.
Ellen DeGeneres
If you were at the Fort Lauderdale airport or have family affected by this horrific shooting, you’re in our thoughts. Sending love.
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