Cuomo’s ‘open letter’ to Trump after Texas school shooting slammed on Twitter: ‘YOU do something’

Cuomo's 'open letter' to Trump after Texas school shooting slammed on Twitter: 'YOU do something'

Gunman in custody after school shooting at Texas high school Hours after a gunman opened fire in a Texas high school classroom , killing at least 10 people, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo took to Twitter demanding President Trump "DO SOMETHING." After listing seven mass shootings in a tweet to Trump, Cuomo, a Democrat, then drafted a letter. The May 18 "open letter" calls on Trump, the House of Representatives and the Senate to take action. "When is enough enough?" Cuomo asks. "How many more innocent people have to die before you act?" Cuomo, who boasted about his "F" rating from the National Rifle Association (NRA), told the polticians to put their country first. "You were elected to do something – do something. Your first responsibiltiy is to the people of the United States, not the NRA – do something," Cuomo repeated. "My heart breaks for the families who have to grieve from this needless violence – DO SOMETHING." . @realDonaldTrump DO SOMETHING Sincerely, Andrew M. Cuomo Father of Cara, Mariah and Michaela Taxpayer Governor of New York NRA "F" Rated Elected Official — Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) May 18, 2018 The letter, signed by Cuomo — who dubbed himself the "father of Cara, Mariah and Michaela, taxpayer, Governor of New York, NRA ‘F’ Rated Elected Official" — garnered more than 665 retweets by Friday evening and received dozens of fiery replies. Several Twitter users lectured Cuomo for allegedly not offering any solutions himself, while others told him he […]

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