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Stories of Heroism & Sacrifice Emerge as Trumps Visit Las Vegas (Videos)

President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visit with patient Natalie Vanderstay of Santa Clara, CA, at the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, who was injured in the mass shooting, Sunday, October 1, 2017. (Image courtesy of the White House by Shealah Craighead)

The President and First Lady visit with the brave heroes of Las Vegas

On Wednesday morning, President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump traveled to Las Vegas, Nevada, to visit with survivors of the Sunday night shooting and local medical professionals.

The President and First Lady then met with civilian heroes and first responders.

President Trump gave remarks at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, commending city officials and first responders for their diligent work and offering words of solidarity to the bereaved.

(See more, courtesy of The White House and YouTube. Posted on Oct 5, 2017)

“When the worst of humanity strikes, and strike it did, the best of humanity responds,” the President said.

(See more, courtesy of The White House and YouTube. Posted on Oct 5, 2017)

Marilou Danley, girlfriend of the Las Vegas gunman, was questioned by the FBI on Wednesday after flying back from the Philippines where she had been during the attack.

Meanwhile, President Trump and the first lady met with survivors, doctors, police and emergency crews.

Investigators also learned more about how the gunman acquired his arsenal.*

 (Learn More. *Courtesy of PBS NewsHour and YouTube. Posted on Oct 4, 2017)