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>> with each passing at a we're getting a sharper image and a portrait of the man that murdered 49 people inside the pulse night club in orlando. >> each victim is a story to themselves but this morning we're hearing from tiara parker. she was out for a night of fun with her cousin and friend until they got caught up
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this morning on world news now victims in orlando sharing their stories. >> many are peopling out recounting the scenes of a gunman opening fire at a gay night club. we're live in orlando. >> the killer's secret life. many coming forward to say they have seen him at that night club many times before. even subscribing to different gay dating apps. we'll hear about his various interaxes from the people he met before the massacre. >> and president obama lashing out at donald trump. his anger with the candidate clearly visible. we'll tell you what he had to say and trump's response overnight on this wednesday, june 15th. >> from abc news this is world news now. >> good morning, everyone. we
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