Donald Trump Says School Shootings Are Unique to U.S.Elizabeth Titus
“You have very strong laws on the books but you’re always going to have problems,” Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says on MSNBC, reacting to Oregon community college shooting. “This is sort of unique to this country, the school shootings, and you’re going to have difficulty no matter what” trying to stop them.
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