Reid Meloy

Forensic psychologist and psychiatry professor at UC San Diego’s School of Medicine.

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Politicians including President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are already spinning conclusions from the massacre in Orlando on Sunday.

Orlando Narratives

Politicians including President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are already spinning conclusions from the massacre in Orlando on Sunday.

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