Trump lauds new gun measures

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U.S. President Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally at Atlantic Aviation in Moon Township Pa. Saturday

DeVos had trouble answering simple questions regarding her department in an interview with Leslie Stahl that aired on Sunday's edition of 60 Minutes, and was ridiculed by the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School during a short visit to the school last week.

The proposal was notably absent from a modest set of Trump administration plans for school safety released over the weekend, which closely aligned with NRA positions. They're a potentially important mechanism - but not as aggressive as what Trump outlined.

Congress to pass the Cornyn/Murphy legislation that will strengthen and improve the national instant criminal background check system.

Mr. Trump has also vowed to ban the use of bump stock devices that enable guns to fire like automatic weapons. Highly trained expert teachers will be allowed to hide carry, subject to State Law.

His plan lets the Manchin-Toomey legislation, which 97% of Americans support but the NRA opposes, rot on the vine. The Golden State Warriors did not make the trip after being disinvited by President Trump. There's not much political support within the Republican Party, and certainly not within the NRA. NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre touted arming teachers in a speech last month to the Conservative Political Action Conference. (STOP is an acronym for Students, Teachers, and Officers Preventing.) According to CNN, that bill would "provide more training for school officials and local law enforcement to respond to mental health crises, as well as money to develop anonymous reporting systems for threats and deterrent measures like metal detectors and locks". Last month, he told reporters at an event in NY that he would be skipping the White House visit not because of anything Trump did or said but because he was disappointed in the USA government's response to Hurricane Maria, which ravaged Beltran's home territory of Puerto Rico a year ago.

Lois, help me understand how much of this is actually binding or could be potentially effective because as you're saying a little bit earlier it's not clear how much any of these proposals will cost. The president is not asking Congress to raise the age to buy assault weapons to 21 despite his previous support for the idea. But you can buy the kind of weapon used in the school shooting at 18.

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"I shudder to think what might have happened if it had been a firearm instead of a phone".

The White House said raising the age limit is a "state-based discussion" and said the issue would be looked at further by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, who was picked to head up a task force to come up with school safety solutions. Debunking the claims was Fox News host Shepard Smith who did so during a March 12 broadcast.

Murphy, a co-sponsor of Fix NICs, has said he has worked for weeks with Cornyn to try to find a time agreement, but that one has proved elusive.

"I don't know", the president said in February. Florida just raised its minimum age, as CBS News reported. But nothing in the current White House proposals address raising the minimum age for buyers.

Trump's administration will step up aid to states that want to arm school employees under a plan to increase campus safety. And that's why, in hindsight, Democrats should have seen that Trump would not support any of their gun-control proposals. "This plan is weak on security and an insult to the victims of gun violence", Sen. "For this to really be Never Again, we all have to stand together", Cameron Kasky, one of the group's leaders, said in a public statement that he and seventeen others signed.

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