'We owe action': President Biden addresses fatal Michigan State University shooting
EAST LANSING, Mich. (FOX 2) - President Joe Biden addressed Monday's fatal Michigan State University shooting in a tweet Tuesday afternoon.
Biden and First Lady Jill Biden are praying for the victims killed and those who were hurt, the president wrote. Three MSU students – Brian Fraser, Arielle Anderson, and Alexandria Verner – were killed by 43-year-old Anthony McRae on the school's campus, while five others were injured and remain in critical condition.
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"We owe action to those grieving today in Michigan and across America," the president said.
The tweet comes hours after the president posted a video mourning the 17 people killed at Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. Tuesday is the five-year anniversary of that school shooting.