Biden speaks in Buffalo after mass shooting kills 10 | USA TODAY


President Biden traveled to Buffalo to meet and grieve with family members of the 10 victims killed during a mass shooting at a grocery store.

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President Joe Biden said "white supremacy is a poison" and vowed "hate will not prevail" during a trip Tuesday to Buffalo New York, where he grieved with family members of 10 victims killed Saturday during a racially motivated mass shooting at a supermarket.

"Biden and first lady Jill Biden met with families of the shooting victims, who ranged from 32 to 86 years old. Most were Black, either shopping or working at a Tops Friendly Market in one of Buffalo’s highest concentrated African American neighborhoods. The slain included a civil rights advocate, a deacon and a heroic security guard.

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