Trump says ‘hundreds more’ might have died within Texas shooting if gun laws and regulations were tougher

Trump says ‘hundreds more’ might have died in Texas shooting if gun laws were tougher

In his Nov. seven state trip to South Korea, Leader Trump claimed “hundreds more” may have died if another man has not been able to “neutralize” the alleged player with the dice with a gun of his own throughout the Nov. 5 Texas shooting. (The Washington Post)

SEOUL â€? President Trump on Tuesday true that tougher gun laws may not have stopped the mass capturing in Sutherland Springs, Texas, final weekend and in fact “hundreds more” could have died had another man not really been able to “neutralize” the claimed killer with a gun of their own.

Asked during a news meeting here whether he would entertain “extreme vetting” on guns, Trump appeared annoyed by the question and suggested it had been not appropriate to talk about “in the heart of South Korea.”

He then answered by saying “if we did what you are suggesting it would have made no difference three days ago.” Devin Patrick Kelley opened fireplace with an assault rifle killing 26 people in a church. Another man, Stephen Willeford, later grabbed his own weapon and exchanged fire with Kelley outside the church. Police found Kelley dead of a self-inflicted gunshot injury but authorities said Willeford assisted stop Kelley and called your pet a “hero. “

Trump known Willeford as a “brave manâ€? plus said “if he had not had a gun, instead of having 26 dead, you would have had hundreds more dead… It’s not going to help.”

Trump was responding to questions after a bilateral meeting with Southern Korean President Moon Jae-in, who else also participated in the news meeting. Reporter Ali Vitali of NBC News followed up by inquiring Trump if he would consider every other gun control measure.

“Look at the city with the strongest gun laws our in our nation — Chicago,” Trump replied. “Chicago is a disaster, a total disaster. If this man did not have a gun or rifle it would have been a much worse situation in the great state of Texas.”



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