The father of a teenager shot and killed near the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest in Seattle, Washington, says the mayor has not called him at all, but he has received a phone call from President Donald Trump.
Horace Lorenzo Anderson said that he wasn’t a political person but it was clear that he appreciated the condolences from the president.
The father of 19-year-old Horace Lorenzo Anderson, who was shot and killed at the edge of the #CHOPseattle zone, says he still hasn’t received a call from the Mayor of Seattle @MayorJenny, but received a condolence call this morning from @realDonaldTrump. #Q13FOX pic.twitter.com/ugpEgAwg5f
— Matt Lorch (@MattLorchQ13Fox) July 2, 2020
“I still ain’t heard from the mayor,” said Anderson to Matt Lorch of KCPQ-TV.
“Incredibly, Donald Trump called me,” he added. “The president of the United States called me today and talked to me today.” – READ MORE
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