Trump on fatal shooting of Dwyane Wade's cousin: 'Just what I've been saying. African-Americans will VOTE TRUMP!'

When It's Actually Trump Tweeting, It's Way Angrier

Following reports of the shooting of Dwyane Wade's cousin, Nykea Aldridge, in Chicago on Friday, Donald Trump posted on Twitter Saturday morning citing the news as a reason that African-Americans will vote for his candidacy.

Aldridge, 32, was shot and killed while pushing her baby in a stroller approximately a mile and half west of the University of Chicago. Aldridge was caught in the crossfire when two men attempted to kill a third man near Aldridge. Her child was not hurt in the shooting.

Chicago currently has one of the highest murder rates among major cities in the US, outpacing New York and Los Angeles. The city recorded 381 homicides by the end of the July, 30 percent higher than the same period in 2015.

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For those who enjoy starting Saturday with tasteless, horrific self-involved tweets from the GOP nominee here...
1) You’re celebrating/politicizing this death instead of mourning it or offering condolences. 2) His name is Dwyane.
You know how Republicans accuse Democrats of politicizing tragedy? Stop saying now, Republicans. #Sick #Tacky
There's nothing more horrifying than a presidential candidate patting himself on the back after someone is killed.
Vile comment devoid of empathy. Reminiscent of when he congratulated himself after the Orlando massacre.
At least he came closer than Jeb Bush to spelling Wade's name correctly
I often wonder if Trump has a clue what he's trying to convey.
Donald Trump just made his worst tweet yet
Not from The Onion. Real tweet.
Guess we know what the weekend news cycle will be about

Trump's tweet on Saturday recalled another Trump tweet posted following a shooting at the LGBT club Pulse in Orlando, Florida in June.

Several hours after the shooting, Trump tweeted that he was thankful for supporters who congratulated him for "being right" about the dangers of terrorist acts committed by extremists.

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