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This chilling photo captures Air Force One flying past the broken windows of the Mandalay Bay hotel

President Trump visited Las Vegas on Wednesday, meeting with first responders, victims, and victims' families after the mass shooting Sunday night that killed 58 people and injured more than 500. Gunman Stephen Paddock, 64, holed up on the 32nd floor on the Mandalay Bay hotel and casino with more than 20 weapons, broke two of his suite's windows, and shot through them onto a crowd of thousands of concertgoers below him in the rampage, for which authorities are still searching for a motive.

On Wednesday evening, after completing his visit, Trump departed the city in Air Force One — flying right past the scene of the terror:

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"America is truly a nation in mourning," Trump said during his visit, but "we cannot be defined by the evil that threatens us."