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President of USA Donald Trump gave his prayers on Tuesday to people that were involved at the church in Sutherland Springs, Texas shooting.

With the recent tragedy that occurred in Texas, DeFuniak Springs Police want to engage with the community and specifically churches on the potential threats to our citizens.

The tweet was almost the same as the message he posted about the Sutherland Springs shooting last week.

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Even TV presenter Piers Morgan, a friend of the U.S. leader, tweeted Trump to point out his error. "I am monitoring the situation from Japan".

A gunman opened fire on a local elementary school in rural Rancho Tehama near Sacramento in California killing at least four people, on Wednesday.

Twitter users questioned the timing of the tweet and wondered if Trump accidentally sent out a saved draft.

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Comment on the apparent error came swiftly from Twitter users, who accused the president of copying and pasting the tweet due to its similarity to one he sent on November 5. 26 people were killed after a man started shooting on November 5th at a Sunday service.

Matt McDermott tweeted, "The President of the United States is tweeting at midnight about the wrong mass shooting and it's like the 500th most insane Trump story of the week". Another added: "Did you reuse this tweet for the last mass shooting?"

The tweet was also very similar to the post Trump shared on the day of the Texan shooting over a week ago.

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