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Trump Shifts From Background Checks To Mental Illness Reform At N.H. Rally

NPR Friday, 16 August 2019 ()
"There is a mental illness problem that has to be dealt with. It's not the gun that pulls the trigger — it's the person holding the gun," Trump said to a standing ovation.
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President Donald Trump recently said he supports meaningful background checks for gun buyers.He said those responsible for mass shootings are mentally ill and that the U.S. needs more mental institutions. According to Reuters, Trump said he has been discussing the gun violence problem with many...

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