The US leader is spending the three-day President's Day holiday weekend at his Mar-a-Lago resort - a 45-minute drive from Parkland.
She also responded to a statement Trump made on Twitter on Thursday that landed poorly with many who felt he was blaming others at the school for not reporting suspect Nikolas Cruz's behavior to authorities.
"You killed my kid!" Marco Rubio (R), and other lawmakers who have benefited from pro-gun money.
"I went to sign up last night and as I was signing up, the category I was signing up for got full". I keep hearing it. When I see empty desks, I'll feel it.
He briefly paused as mourners, punched by the rawness of his words, began to wail. He said it's clear that the nation's premier law enforcement agency missed warning signs. "Our kids should be safe".
The disclosure spread angry disbelief among residents of the Miami suburb of Parkland where Wednesday's massacre unfolded, and led Florida's governor Rick Scott to call for Federal Bureau of Investigation chief Christopher Wray to resign.
A person who was close to Cruz called the FBI's tip line on January 5 and provided information about Cruz's weapons and his erratic behavior, including his disturbing social media posts. The startling admission came as the agency was facing criticism for its treatment of a tip about a YouTube comment posted a year ago.
The FBI was also notified about a comment on a YouTube video posted by a "Nikolas Cruz" past year. Commenters who violate these terms, including use of vulgar language or racial slurs, will be banned.
Jorge Fernandez, a former police officer and show manager, said Florida Gun Shows, which runs more than 40 shows across the state, decided against canceling due to financial concerns.
His interest in weapons was apparent on his social media profiles, which the Broward County sheriff said were "very, very disturbing".
Cruz had been diagnosed with autism, a neurological disorder that often leads to social awkwardness and isolation, and attention-deficit-hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD.
The event is the brainchild of EMPOWER, the Woman's March youth branch, and will take place exactly one month after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. "It's going to be a mark on their name forever". We've lost 17 lives, and our community took 17 bullets to the heart, and it's hard to come back from that. "There are people dead because they failed in their jobs". "Action!" Alhadeff urged in an interview with CNN, addressing Trump as the father of an 11-year-old son of his own.
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"He seemed nice but also had some mental issues", one member told reporters.
It was not immediately known what the result of the assessment was, or even if the school board conducted it, as board spokeswoman Tracy Clarke said she couldn't comment due to student privacy.
"I can't believe that when I go back to school, his seat will be empty and life will just go on", Fischer wrote.