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Politicians on both sides of the aisle reacted with horror and sadness to the news of a deadly shooting in a Texas church that killed at least 25 people on Sunday.

Devin Kelley, 26, walked into First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas Sunday morning during a service and gunned down tens of people including a 2-year-old. The shooter was gunned down by police after a chase.

President Trump offered his support from Japan, saying he is monitoring the situation.

The vice president said he and his wife are grieving with the victims and their families.

Texas governor Greg Abbott called it "evil" and expressed his grief as well.

Some congressmen have already sent their thoughts and prayers to those affected.

Many thanked the first responders who jumped into action.


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