White Supremacist Group Says Alleged Florida Shooter Had Ties, Trump Urges Safer Schools, Court Rules Against Travel Ban: P.M. Links

Xinhua/Sipa USA/NewscomA white supremacist group says that alleged school shooter Nikolas Cruz is a member of their organization and attended paramilitary training with them in Tallahassee, Florida. Here’s what else is known about Cruz so far. A judge at his bail hearing today ordered him held without bond. President Donald Trump spoke on the shooting this morning, encouraging children to seek help from adults if they are confused or scared. He said he was going to discuss policies to keep schools safer with governors and attorneys general, so maybe expect some more security theater. Another federal appeals court has ruled against Trump’s latest travel ban executive order targeting Muslim countries. The decision does not really mean that much as the Supreme Court has already agreed to weigh in on the issue. A Grand Rapids, Mich., school was evacuated when officials mistook a student’s World War 1 project for Molotov cocktail

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