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Two more Texas shooting victims die in attack, Trump to visit El Paso

Reuters Monday, 5 August 2019
Two more victims of a shooting rampage at a Walmart store in El Paso, Texas, died of their wounds on Monday, police said, raising the death toll to 22 in the massacre as U.S. President Donald Trump planned a visit to the stricken community.
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Leticia Mariscal and Saul Chavez represent two families who refused to meet with President Trump when he visted the University Medical Center in El Paso on Wednesday. Chavez represents the family of Jorge Calvillo, who died in Saturday's mass shooting. Mariscal represents the family of a girl who was...

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