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President Obama on the shooting in Aurora, Colorado

This morning, President Obama addressed the tragic shooting in Aurora, Colorado, calling on the country to stand with those who have been touched by the tragedy:

[Even] as we learn how this happened and who’s responsible, we may never understand what leads anybody to terrorize their fellow human beings like this. Such violence, such evil is senseless. It’s beyond reason. But while we will never know fully what causes somebody to take the life of another, we do know what makes life worth living.  The people we lost in Aurora loved and they were loved. They were mothers and fathers; they were husbands and wives; sisters and brothers; sons and daughters, friends and neighbors. They had hopes for the future and they had dreams that were not yet fulfilled.

Earlier today, the President spoke with both the mayor of Aurora, Steve Hogan, and Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper -- and pledged the full support of federal law enforcement to aid the investigation.

Read President Obama’s full remarks, and a statment he released early this morning.

Today’s Schedule

All times are Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).

9:25 AM: The President departs West Palm Beach, Florida en route Fort Myers, Florida
10:00 AM: The President arrives Fort Myers, Florida
11:20 AM: The President delivers remarks

12:05 PM: The President departs Fort Myers, Florida en route Washington, DC

1:30 PM: The Vice President attends an event for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee

2:10 PM: The President arrives Joint Base Andrews

2:25 PM: The President arrives the White House Indicates that the event will be live-streamed at

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