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Dr. Jill Biden addresses the press, as President Biden stands behind her.
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PHOTO GALLERY: President Biden visits Buffalo following Saturday's shooting

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Dr. Jill Biden addresses the press. (Eileen Elibol)
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Dee Davis lost her sister-in-law during the tragedy (Eileen Elibol)
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Dr. Jill Biden (left) and President Biden at the press conference in Buffalo. (Eileen Elibol)
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WBFO's Thomas O'Neil-White (left) covers family members of shooting victims, as they speak with reporters. (Eileen Elibol)
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Gov. Kathy Hochul addresses the press at the Delavan Grider Community Center in Buffalo. (Eileen Elibol)
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A neighbor outside the Tops Friendly Market on Jefferson Avenue, in advance of President Joe Biden's visit to the scene. (Max Schulte)
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U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand addressed the press. (Eileen Elibol)
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Buffalo Common Council President and True Bethel Baptist Church Pastor Darius Pridgen consoles a woman. (Eileen Elibol)
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U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer addresses the press. (Eileen Elibol)
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A moment of prayer. (Eileen Elibol)
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Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown addresses the press. (Eileen Elibol)
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President Biden comforts a young girl. (Eileen Elibol)
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President Joe Biden speaks to the press and the nation. (Eileen Elibol)
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People await the arrival of President Joe Biden, at the scene of the deadly Tops market shooting.  (Max Schulte)
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Police stand by near the crime scene outside the Tops Friendly Markets on Jefferson Avenue, in advance of President Joe Biden's visit. People have left flowers on the sidewalk in memory of the 10 people killed there on May 13. (Max Schulte)
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A dump truck stands as a barricade, with a New York State trooper nearby, at the Tops Friendly Market on Jefferson Ave. May 17, in advance of Pres. Joe Biden's visit to the scene where a gunman killed 10 people.  (Max Schulte)
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Sr. Mary Johnice Rzadkiewicz, CSSF, of the Response to Love Center, joins first responders and others to pray outside the scene of the Tops Market shooting on Jefferson Ave., in advance of President Joe Biden's visit. (Max Schulte)
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The closed entrance to the Tops Friendly Market on Jefferson Avenue, in advance of President Joe Biden's visit. (Max Schulte)
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An FBI investigator at the scene of the deadly Tops supermarket shooting, in advance of a visit by President Joe Biden. (Max Schulte)
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