WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — President Donald Trump will hold a listening session with high school students this week following the deadly school shooting in Florida.
A White House schedule says Trump will host students and teachers Wednesday. He also will meet with state and local officials on school safety on Thursday.
The White House did not immediately answer questions about what students would be attending the session.
Students who survived the shooting in Parkland that left 17 dead have focused their anger on the president, urging him and other elected officials to do something about gun violence.
“You’re the president. You’re supposed to bring this nation together, not divide us,” said David Hogg, a 17-year-old student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in South Florida, speaking on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
“How dare you.”
Emma Gonzalez, another student who survived the attack, cited Trump, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Florida Gov. Rick Scott by name in a warning to politicians who are supported by the National Rifle Association.
“Now is the time to get on the right side of this, because this is not something that we are going to let sweep under the carpet,” she said on “Meet the Press.”
The president visited the community Friday, seeking out victims at a hospital and meeting first responders.
Otherwise, his attention has been almost fully on the Russia investigation, the subject of a series of tweets he fired posted Sunday.