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Mass shooting at Molson Coors headquarters in Wisconsin kills 7 including shooter: report

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On Wednesday, a gunman opened fire on the Milwaukee offices of the Molson Coors beverage company.

Seven people are reported dead, including the shooter.

“Milwaukee Fire Department commanders were reporting to dispatchers that multiple people were shot, according to emergency radio traffic provided by Broadcastify. Firefighters and police officers were responding to the scene clad in ballistic gear,” reported the Tenneseean. “The campus was on lockdown, according to Twitter users whose wives work inside. The women were told to stay inside their offices. One woman reported multiple ambulances on scene.”

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Trump is bleeding support from from the only voters who have stuck with him since 2016

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President Donald Trump is losing support from his evangelical base as he lurches from one crisis into another.

Numerous polls show that religious Americans, like most other Americans, disapprove of the president's performance, and that could imperil his re-election chances, reported the New York Times.

Nearly 80 percent of white evangelicals -- a group that's already shrinking as a share of the electorate -- approved of Trump's performance in March, but his handling of the coronavirus pandemic has bled 15 points from their support, according to a new poll from Public Religion Research Institute.

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Trump advisors dismayed by president’s continued botching of protest responses: ‘An unmitigated disaster’

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In a report from the Washington Post, one advisor to Donald Trump who works outside the White House complained about the president's actions relating to the anti-police brutality protests-- from tweets to putting up a fence around the White House -- and bluntly called his actions an "unmitigated disaster."

According to the report, the administration is still reeling from reports that the president was whisked away to an underground bunker last Friday due to protests that reached the White House gates, believing the action made the image-conscious Trump look weak. Since that time, the president attempted a photo-op at a church adjacent from the White House that blew up in the administration's face after peaceful protesters were gassed to clear a path for the president.

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National Guard troops hospitalized after lightning strike in DC’s Lafayette Park

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Two National Guard troops were struck by lightning in Lafayette Park, where some of their comrades had fired chemical irritants and less-lethal bullets on peaceful protesters.

The pair was hospitalized shortly after midnight after lightning struck the public square outside the White House, a little over three days after U.S. Park Police and the National Guard violently cleared out protesters ahead of a visit by President Donald Trump to a nearby church.

The troops were treated for serious but non-life-threatening injuries, according to a spokesman for D.C. Fire.

Shortly after midnight, #DCsBravest received a call for a report of 2 military personnel suffering the effects of a nearby lighting strike within the Lafayette Park perimeter. Both were transported with non life threatening injuries. pic.twitter.com/JvwRIHk74k

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