(The Washington Post)
Politics
Trump shares condolences with wrong Ohio city after mass shooting
President Trump misspoke in an Aug. 5 speech, naming Toledo, Ohio, instead of Dayton, Ohio, as the location where a gunman killed nine people and injured 27 on Aug. 4.
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