President Trump Outlines School Safety Plan, Concealed Weapons for Teachers

President Trump Outlines School Safety Plan, Concealed Weapons for Teachers

President Trump Outlines School Safety Plan, Concealed Weapons for Teachers

The gathering included students who had survived the Florida attack.

He then adds that this solution is "practically free", except for the part where school budgets have to find a way to cough up the money to buy teachers guns and then give them bonuses for doing so.

Nikolas Cruz, 19, was charged with the killings, with Trump now saying he wants to raise the age at which people can buy guns to 21, and also toughen up background checks.

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"We have to get smart on gun-free zones". The youngest of Trump's five children, 11-year-old Barron, attends a private school in Potomac, Maryland. "We can't allow that to happen, '" Trump said.

The president, a strong supporter of gun rights, is publicly weighing some gun control measures in the wake of the school shooting in Florida last week that left 17 dead. However, Trump has come under pressure to act. "That means nobody has a gun except them", he said, referencing those who attack schools. Some of the meeting participants indicated support. "Nobody's going to be shooting bullets in the other direction".

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A day after meeting with survivors of the Parkland, Fla. shooting massacre, Donald Trump said that movies and video games were to blame for rising violence at America's schools.

The February 14 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in which 17 students and staff members were killed, was the second-deadliest shooting at a United States public school and has spurred unprecedented youth-led protests. They want to do things.

In Tallahassee, students demanded that lawmakers restrict sales of assault rifles. "GREAT DETERRENT!" Trump said.

"You won't have, in my opinion, you won't have these shooters because these people are cowards", he said.

Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter was killed at Stoneman Douglas, told Republican Senator Marco Rubio of Florida at a town hall program televised on CNN on Wednesday night his comments and those of the president's in the past week had been "pathetically weak".

"Highly trained, gun adept, teachers/coaches would solve the problem instantly, before police arrive".

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The brother said he was in the military and had shipped the weapons over from Texas, where he had been stationed, a deputy said. The threat came just two days after a former student opened fire and killed 17 students and faculty at a Florida high school.

"Am I supposed to get extra training now to serve and protect on top of educate these children?"

"I don't want teachers to have guns".

Rubio responded that the idea of arming teacher was wrong.

"The gun lobby instantly has opposed this". I believe teachers should teach.

"Am I supposed to have a kevlar vest?" she said. He told lawmakers in December that the ATF and Justice Department would not have initiated the review if a ban "wasn't a possibility at the end", but he has also expressed doubt that it would be able to do so without congressional intervention.

He's also open to banning controversial "bump stocks", which can turn a semi-automatic into an automatic weapon. Bump stocks have not played a prominent role in other recent USA mass shootings.

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