A widow of one of the victims of a shooting in Odessa, Texas that left seven dead called on President Trump on Tuesday to take action to prevent another mass shooting. “[Trump] wants to make America great again, we want him to say that he wants Americans to be safe again,” Bari Arco—the wife of victim Rodolfo Arco—said. “It’s unfair. The Congress, somebody needs to do something fast before another victim, another family… that’s uncalled for. Please do something.” She also described how the family had immigrated to the U.S. from Cuba because America was “the best country,” but she said they were “not safe.” “Look what happened. He was coming from work, driving his truck, and that’s it. He’s gone,” she said. Rodolfo’s daughter, Maria, told The Las Vegas Review-Journal that he moved from Las Vegas to Odessa after the 2017 mass shooting there that killed 58 people, saying “there was too much of a bull’s-eye” on the city’s back. Within a year, the 57-year-old father of five had sold his businesses in Las Vegas, where he lived for 22 years, and moved his family to Odessa. Seven people were killed and 22 were injured in the Saturday shooting. The gunman reportedly bought the weapon used through a private sale to avoid a background check.