With White House support, Congress is considering bills to provide additional funds to "harden" schools through training and perhaps some building upgrades. We haven't gotten any specifics on how much money will be devoted to that.
"Take the guns first, go through due process second", Trump has said. So that of course is probably the most controversial part of the plan. Jointly chaired by Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the commission will consider bigger-picture concerns. She was on Today with Savannah Guthrie.
Beckett: We haven't gotten a lot of details on the plan.
"This is an issue that is best decided by local communities and by states", DeVos said. Nearly all school shootings are in gun free zones. The new law raises the gun-buying age to 21. Trump, who just returned from a trip representing the United States in South Korea, faces serious questions as a result of her decision to be involved in both the family business and the White House: Is a foreign government gaining access to her through the business?
"They're still outlined in the plan", Sanders said.
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Among those ideas, which Trump had expressed vocal support for in a February 28 meeting with a bipartisan group of lawmakers, is raising the age on gun purchases, universal background checks and taking guns from those identified as a security threat without consideration of due process. So there is a lot of public support.
"The president has rallied world powers in support of increasing economic and diplomatic pressure". Clearly, Trump is afraid of the National Rifle Association.
The plan was immediately panned by gun control advocates, including the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence.
His plan does ask states to pass what are known as extreme risk protection orders, whereby authorities can grab back guns from unsafe people. Different states, California, Washington, Oregon, has pushed this policy forward in recent years.
"The president ordered missile strikes in Syria, in opposition to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad following his use of chemical weapons against his own people".
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The president on Monday also repeated his criticism of keeping guns out of schools, tweeting: "If schools are mandated to be gun free zones, violence and danger are given an open invitation to enter".
"You've become very famous", he said, per Gotera.
"We are committed to working quickly because there's no time to waste", DeVos said on a Sunday evening conference call with reporters.
The gun-rights organization has already sued Florida after Governor Rick Scott signed legislation raising the minimum age to 21. And yet these other weapons that we talk about. they're allowed to buy them at 18.
Though some conservatives might be satisfied that the president's school safety proposal keeps within traditional GOP orthodoxy on guns, Trump's initial comments troubled conservative commentator Alexandra DeSanctis. He is impossible to follow, in more ways than one. So again, they talk on making steps forward. Just 12 percent of Republicans felt the president was going too far.
Instead, a new federal commission on school safety will examine the age issue as part of a package the White House announced Sunday in response to the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, last month that left 17 dead.
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