Donald Trump and first lady Melania quickly left Dayton for El Paso on Wednesday after visiting privately for two hours with hospitalized shootings victims and first responders

Donald Trump's visit to comfort Dayton mass shooting's victims turns into ugly public spat with Democratic senator and mayor as he calls their press conference a 'fraud' and accuses them of ignoring 'rock star' reception at hospital treating the wounded

Donald Trump and first lady Melania quickly left Dayton for El Paso on Wednesday after visiting privately for two hours with hospitalized shootings victims and first responders
Donald Trump's visit to comfort Dayton mass shooting's victims

The president made no public remarks in Ohio, where the community was mourning nine shooting victims

But a top adviser to the president insisted he was ' treated like a Rock Star inside the hospital' and it 'was all caught on video' in tweets that he sent while Air Force One was headed to the state of Texas

'They all loved seeing their great President!' social media director Dan Scavino tweeted after Dayton's mayor and Ohio's Democratic senator attacked Trump minutes after his departure at a press conference

Trump left Ohio without paying his respects to the dead at Sunday's shooting site, where the members of the community established a make-shift memorial, after his motorcade passed hundreds of protesters  

Journalists were not allowed inside - the White House said the event was 'about the victims and their families and thanking medical staff' - yet it released photos and video of Trump with medical staff and victims

'Some extremely powerful moments throughout the entire visit, with so much enthusiasm and love, contrary to what the Trump Hating Dems would ever share or say,' the White House aide said

Trump said in a tweet of his own that that he had a 'warm & wonderful visit' as he flew toward the state of Texas for another bereavement visit

'Just left Dayton, Ohio, where I met with the Victims & families, Law Enforcement, Medical Staff & First Responders,' the president wrote from AF1