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VERBATIM: We can't be defined by hate of Orlando shooter - Obama

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We need to demonstrate that we are defined more as a country by the way they live their lives, then by the hate of the man who took them from us.>> My son, he's in the club.>> Do you know if he's okay?>> No.>> He was shot?
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>> We don't know.>> How did you find out?>> He was texting me and calling me.>> What did he tell you exactly?>> That the shooter has them in the women bathroom hostage and he's gonna die.>> It's devastating. Because when you hear helicopters and you see the fire sticks in the street, and you see the dogs, you're just like, this can't be real.
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>> Well, every time we have one of these mass shootings, we talk about reform but nothing is done. And this has brought it home to our doorstep.>> It's weird to hear about it from across the oceans, overseas, different countries. And then, not even five miles from my home, worst mass shooting in American history.