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Trump says 'common sense things can be done' on guns, wants NRA input

Reuters Friday, 9 August 2019
President Donald Trump on Friday called for "common sense" solutions to address gun violence without mentioning what specific measures he would support and saying the views of powerful National Rifle Association lobbyists should be considered.
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