Ivanka Trump on mass shooting: 'Our hearts are with Jacksonville'

Ivanka Trump on mass shooting: 'Our hearts are with Jacksonville'
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Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpHard choices in training Americans for AI workplace of future Ex-Trump, progressive strategists battle over charges of anti-Semitism surrounding Eric Trump Ethics watchdog requests probe into Trump officials traveling to campaign events MORE on Sunday said "our hearts are with Jacksonville" after a mass shooting in Florida reportedly left several people dead or wounded.

"As we await further details, our hearts are with Jacksonville and all those affected by today’s tragic mass shooting," the president's daughter and senior adviser tweeted. 

Other public figures offered support and condolences following the shooting, which took place at a video game tournament and reportedly left the suspect dead.

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"Horrifying news from #Jacksonville this afternoon," Sen. Marco RubioMarco Antonio RubioJudd Gregg: Two ideas whose time has not come Nikki Haley: New York Times ‘knew the facts’ about curtains and still released story March For Our Lives founder leaves group, says he regrets trying to 'embarrass' Rubio MORE (R-Fla.) tweeted. "Have spoken to local authorities & am still awaiting more information on this shooting. Situation still unfolding, law enforcement is asking everyone to avoid the area. #Sayfie" 

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement that President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump: Dems playing destructive 'con game' with Kavanaugh Several Yale Law classmates who backed Kavanaugh call for misconduct investigation Freedom Caucus calls on Rosenstein to testify or resign MORE has been notified and is monitoring the situation. 

"My heart breaks for more of my fellow Floridians today," Rep. Ted DeutchTheodore (Ted) Eliot DeutchHouse panels set up to probe indicted GOP Reps. Collins, Hunter Ivanka Trump on mass shooting: 'Our hearts are with Jacksonville' Top Ethics Dem calls for Nielsen to resign MORE (D-Fla.) tweeted. "For more families whose lives will never be the same, for another grieving community, and for the generation raised in a country that has allowed horrific shootings to become commonplace, we must say, 'enough.' ENOUGH!"

In another tweet, he said "politicians offering only thoughts and prayers are acting cowardly." 

In June, researchers reported there had been 154 mass shootings in the U.S. in 2018