Melissa Soto cuddles with a therapy dog near a memorial for the Orlando victims.
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Offering sympathy but no easy answers, President Barack Obama came Thursday to Orlando to try to console those mourning the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.The White House said Obama planned to emphasize his solidarity with Orlando's gays and lesbians during the visit but planned no major speech or call to action.White House press secretary Josh Earnest said Obama would deal with the ambiguity in the Florida shooting by focusing on the victims.Obama intended to focus on making the visit a moment of solidarity.Florida Gov. Rick Scott, a Republican frequently at odds with Obama, greeted the president on the tarmac upon his arrival. In a rare bout of public anger, Obama denounced both Trump and the GOP leaders who are still supporting Trump.
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