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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott: ‘I am absolutely livid'

Posted On: Jun 24, 2022   |   Posted By: Boston Herald

FORT WORTH, Texas - When Texas Gov. Greg Abbott shared inaccurate information on the timeline of events in the Tuesday attack on Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, he was reciting information given to him by law enforcement, he said at a Friday news conference.
“I was misled. I am livid about what happened,” Abbott said Friday in Uvalde. “I was telling the public information that had been told to me in a room just a few yards behind where we're located right now. I wrote down hand notes in detail about what everyone in that room told me in sequential order about what happened.... I am absolutely livid about that.”
He promised that investigations would dig into every decision that was made in the response to the school shooting.
“There will be ongoing investigations that will show who knew what when, who was in charge of what strategy, why was that particular strategy employed, why were other strategies not employed,” Abbott said. “The bottom line will be why didn't they choose the strategy that would have...

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