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"An apology? I don't think that's necessary."
Are corporate tributes to national tragedies icky?
The owner of the company allegedly said that the rainbow flags would "undermine his business."
He allegedly said, "I'm going to shoot this place up and get my 50 just like Orlando, Florida. I'm going to come back Orlando-style."
She'd moved to Orlando to be with her six youngest children.
In what has become a sadly familiar ritual, last night's late-night hosts kicked off their broadcasts by addressing Sunday's mass-shooting in Orlando.
"How many people have to die before this federal government comes to its senses? When does it stop?"
Donald Trump suggested that President Obama may be supporting terrorism in the wake of the Orlando massacre.
"My son was a good kid. He was just having a great time on his vacation, until this deranged man came in and shot the place up."
Hundreds came together outside Manhattan's Stonewall Inn last night as New York's LGBTQ community held a vigil for the massacre in Orlando.
"There is no city in the world better-prepared to stop terror, to stop hate crimes."
Mateen's father said he was motivated by homophobia, officials say he pledged allegiance to ISIS prior to the shooting, and his ex-wife says he beat her during their short marriage.
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