(The Washington Post)
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Trump: 'Hundreds more' might have died in Texas shooting under stricter gun laws
During his state trip to South Korea, President Trump claimed "hundreds more" might have died if another man had not been able to "neutralize" the alleged shooter with a gun of his own during the Nov. 5 Texas shooting.
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