Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez said at a news conference early Friday morning that the man was found "actively shooting" in the lobby of Trump National Doral Miami resort, making anti-Trump statements.
He said the man was "neutralized" and taken into custody.
"He had an American flag that he did drape over the counter", Perez said.
"This was a definite attempt to lure officers into the lobby of that hotel", Perez said.
Perez did not provide details on what the shooter was saying about the President. He's undergoing treatment for gunshot wounds, and his condition is unknown, authorities said. According to the Miami-Dade Police Department, the suspect was shot by responding officers, and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement is investigating. There were no other known victims, the Doral Police Department tweeted earlier.
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"There was some gunfire prior to the officers arriving on the scene. the fire alarm was set off". "We are not saying this is terrorism. we are not discounting anything at this point", he said.
President Donald Trump's first year in office provided mixed results for some of his biggest businesses. "We are very grateful to you", he said.
The FBI and Secret Service are now involved in an investigation after a gunman opened fire in the Trump National Doral Miami.
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