Trump to meet with victims of OSU attack, resume road show
NEW YORK - Donald Trump is going to try to show a more sensitive side Thursday, meeting with victims of last week's Ohio State University attack, before taking his "thank you" road show to three more states that supported him in the election.
Trump is taking on a grim task that President Barack Obama has faced numerous times over the last eight years: consoling the survivors after an attack of mass violence. Trump is flying to Columbus, Ohio, where Ohio State student Abdul Razak Ali Artan, 18, stabbed students before being fatally shot by police. Artan first rammed a campus crowd with his car.
Later, the president-elect is heading to Des Moines, Iowa, for his third post-election victory celebration. On Friday, he's holding rallies in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Grand Rapids, Michigan.