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The latest on Vegas as city prepares for Trump visit




The US flag is left at a makeshift memorial outside the Route 91 music festival site beside the Mandalay Hotel October 4, 2017 on the Las Vegas Strip, after a gunman killed 58 people and wounded more than 500 others when he opened fire from the Mandalay Hotel on a country music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The US flag is left at a makeshift memorial outside the Route 91 music festival site beside the Mandalay Hotel October 4, 2017 on the Las Vegas Strip, after a gunman killed 58 people and wounded more than 500 others when he opened fire from the Mandalay Hotel on a country music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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As Las Vegas continues to deal with the fall out of the mass shooting from Sunday night, President Trump travels to the city to meet with officials.

On Monday, Trump gave a statement, calling the massacre in Vegas “an act of pure evil” and thanking the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department “for helping to save the lives of so many.”

We check in to get the latest on Vegas.

Guest:

Michael Scott Davidson, Clark County government reporter for the Las Vegas Review Journal; he tweets @DavidsonLVRJ