Wednesday 25 May 2022 07:46 PM Jill Biden says she and Joe WILL visit Uvalde after the school massacre trends now

Wednesday 25 May 2022 07:46 PM Jill Biden says she and Joe WILL visit Uvalde after the school massacre trends now
Wednesday 25 May 2022 07:46 PM Jill Biden says she and Joe WILL visit Uvalde after the school massacre trends now

Wednesday 25 May 2022 07:46 PM Jill Biden says she and Joe WILL visit Uvalde after the school massacre trends now

Jill Biden said on Wednesday that she and President Joe Biden will visit Uvalde, Texas, after a massacre at Robb Elementary resulted in at least 19 children and two adults being killed.

'Of course we going to visit Texas,' the first lady said in response to a question from DailyMail.com. Asked when, she said planning was underway.

Biden was Dulles International Airport to greet the second shipment of baby formula from the president's Operation Fly Formula, which is bringing in infant food from Europe in response to the shortage in the United States.

She began her remarks with prayers for the Uvalde community and asked for 'common sense' to protect children.

'The sudden senseless massacre in an elementary school, little children and their teachers, Eva and Irma,' she said. 'Let us pray that God cradles those broken families in the palm of his hand.'

'But let us also pray to use the will and courage God gives each of us to act united with common sense to protect our children,' she added. 

Jill Biden said that she and President Joe Biden will visit Uvalde, Texas, after a massacre at Robb Elementary resulted in at least 19 children and two adults being killed

Jill Biden said that she and President Joe Biden will visit Uvalde, Texas, after a massacre at Robb Elementary resulted in at least 19 children and two adults being killed

Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy, also at the baby formula event, called the mass shootings a 'public health crisis.'  

'If anyone ever doubted that gun violence is a public health crisis in America yesterday was an unequivocal reminder that it most definitely is,' he said.

'We owe it to them, to the victims and the survivors. We owe it to each other and to our children to do more to address this crisis. Our children should be able to go to school safely. Their parents shouldn't have to think twice about dropping them off - to

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