Trump said he would shoot a gunman to protect students at Florida high school

Published Date   27th Feb. 2018, 15:26 pm Binesh Shrestha
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Present President Trump’s assert he would run into the Parkland, Fla as he could charge gunman during the mass shooting earlier this month, that killed 17 people, as he called it “disgusting” that an officer didn’t do their job well and didn’t enter the building while the attack takes place.

Even I believe I’d have run in, though I didn’t have any weapon,” well said by Trump at a meeting on the White House Monday with governors from across the country. The meeting focused in part on the school shooting with the broader issue of gun control.

Moreover, he also thinks that governors assembled would have rushed into Marjory Stone-man Douglas High School.

Trump analyses the fault of former Broward County sheriff’s deputy Scot Peterson, as they remained outside the school during the attack on Feb. 14 in Parkland, Fla.
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A Parent said  whose own triplets graduated from the well-regarded high school, It’s catastrophic.

“It’s a horrific day,”

An attorney denied his client Peterson on Monday, who had acted unprofessionally or cowardly during the attack.

Joseph DiRuzzo (partner at Fuerst lttleman David & Joseph) said Peterson didn’t go inside because it had sounded shooting was happening outside the building.

Trump suggested the devices in the meeting that can be added to semiautomatic weapons to make them fire like fully automatic guns, which would be used for the gunman who killed 58 people Las year in Vegas.

He told the governors Monday that he had lunch over the weekend with leaders of the National Rifle Association. He predicted that the powerful gun lobby “do something” to respond the escalating concern around the worldwide regarding guns.

Trump said

“Don’t worry about the National Rifle Association. They’re on our side.”

Senate could move quickly on one modest gun measure, where Republican leaders privately polled GOP senators Monday, an NRA-backed bill that would usually create incentives ensure agencies report pertinent to the National Instant Criminal Background Check system.

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