President Trump sent a letter to the family of one of the students killed in last month’s shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, thanking them for taking part in a White House listening session after the shooting.
The letter, shared Monday on Twitter by Meadow Pollack’s brother, Hunter, is dated March 12 and signed by the president.
“I am deeply grateful for your presence at the White House for discussions regarding school safety. I was touched by the memories of Meadow you shared,” Trump wrote.
“We will not forget her life, and we are resolved to confront the evil that so senselessly took her from us,” he added.
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