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President-elect Donald Trump reacts to Ohio State incident


President-elect Donald Trump issued the following statement on the incident today on the Ohio State University campus.

“Watching the news unfold at Ohio State University. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the students and administration,” Trump posted on his Facebook account.

“Excellent job by the Ohio State University Emergency Management Team (@OSU_EMFP) in immediately notifying students & faculty via social media with the message: “Buckeye Alert: Active Shooter on campus. Run Hide Fight. Watts Hall. 19th and College.”

He added: “THANK YOU to all FIRST RESPONDERS who reacted immediately.”

Here’s the latest on the situation at Ohio State University

WATCH OSU Student: “It was pretty crazy”

WATCH OSU student say he “heard shots”


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