2 Mass Shootings in 24 Hours
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From the RightMick Mulvaney on shootings in Ohio, Texas: To think this is 'just a gun issue ... is not right'
Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said Sunday that guns are only part of the discussion on how to prevent mass shootings like the ones in Texas and Ohio over the weekend.
“Are we going to talk about the role of guns? Certainly we are. But to think that this is just a gun issue that many people make it out to be is not right,” Mr. Mulvaney said on ABC’s “This Week.” “We’ve had guns in this country for hundreds of years. We haven’t had this...
From the CenterMulvaney: Not fair to lay shootings 'at the feet of the president'
Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney on Sunday defended President Trump's record in the wake of two mass shootings in which dozens of people were killed in less than 24 hours.
"This is a serious problem — there's no question about it — but they are sick, sick people, and the president knows it," Mulvaney said on ABC's "This Week." "I don't think it's fair to try and lay this at the feet of the president."
From the LeftPoliticians grieve for El Paso victims, with Democrats decrying GOP inaction on gun laws
Shortly after a gunman opened fire at a Walmart and shopping mall in El Paso, a shaken Beto O’Rourke took the stage at a labor forum in Las Vegas.
The Democratic presidential hopeful and former congressman, who lives in the Texas border city, told the audience that he had just called his wife to make sure she was okay. He said the shooting shatters “any illusion that we have that progress is inevitable” when it comes to tackling gun violence.