She was a young mother, busy juggling family dinners, cheerleading practices and trips to the park with her three small children.

He was a self-starter who had opened his own business and spent months painstakingly renovating a house for his family, with three bedrooms and granite countertops in the kitchen.

Before they became the latest faces of the toll of mass shootings in America — before their names were written on crosses at a memorial in El Paso, before their orphaned infant was held up in a photo opportunity with President Donald Trump — Jordan and Andre Anchondo were just

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"Pray for Andre. They still haven't found him"

A visit with the president sets off controversy