‘Like Talking To A Toddler’: School Shooting Victim’s Mom Recalls Meeting With Trump

Donald Trump is a toddler. While this has been common consensus for quite some time, now families of school shooting victims are saying it.

On Thursday, Trump spent “more than an hour”¬†meeting with families of the recent Texas mass school shooting victims. Ten people were killed and more than a dozen were wounded when one of his “very fine people” — a 17-year-old neo-Nazi¬†— opened fire at Santa Fe High School.

Rhonda Hart, whose 14-year-old daughter, Kimberly Vaughan, was killed at the school, says that Trump repeatedly described the shooter was a “wacky” guy wearing a “wacky” trenchcoat.

“Maybe if everyone had access to mental health care, we wouldn’t be in the situation,” she told The Donald. She also suggested hiring veterans to act as sentinels in school.

“And arm them?” Trump reportedly asked. She said no, but Trump “kept mentioning” arming teachers — an idea we have already seen is terrible.

“It was like talking to a toddler,” Hart says.

Before meeting with the parents, Trump said that he was going to “have a little fun” seeing the grieving families — a statement the world was quick to notice.

We’re sure Ms. Hart didn’t have much “fun” even if Trump did.