Trump: We're Getting Rid of Gun-Free Zones
Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump told a group of attendees at the National Rifle Association-Institute for Legislative Action's (NRA-ILA) leadership forum in Louisville, Kentucky that he will get rid of gun-free zones as president. Trump cited the mass terrorist shootings in France and San Bernardino could have been avoided if the people were allowed to defend themselves with their guns. He said in particular that Paris was one of the toughest places in the world to have a gun. Trump also said that the Paris attacks might not have happened if the "masterminds" knew or believed there were guns in the room. And if they did attempt to shoot, there would be bullets flying in the opposite direction.
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