Parents have mixed feelings about whether teachers should be armed

Ellie Branson participates in the Not One More rally for gun legislation held at the federal courthouse in Fort Lauderdale Fla. Feb. 17 2018. Since Wednesday when a gunman killed 14 students and three staff members at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High Sc

Parents have mixed feelings about whether teachers should be armed

"Because these people are cowards. Raise age to 21 and end sale of Bump Stocks", Trump said in a series of tweets on Thursday. Many Twitter users, however, seemed to be aghast at POTUS' suggestion that teachers must now be made to carry guns with them. He then went on to say the right number "may be 10 percent, it may be 40 percent". "They'll frankly feel more comfortable having the gun anyway. They want to do things", Trump said.

A White House official told CNN that Trump spoke with NRA executive director Chris Cox.

"We go to the airport, I can't get on a plane with a bottle of water, but we leave some animal to walk into a school".

"Teachers don't want to be armed", Weingarten said. "We want to learn everything we can learn. We're going to take action". In response to a bill that would allow anyone who lives in a state that permits the concealed carrying of firearms to carry a concealed weapon in all other states (including those with stricter gun control regulations), a group of law enforcement leaders said this would "jeopardize public safety across America". It's called the "Just Give Highly Trained Teachers a Gun" plan.

When gunman Brandon Hill brought a rifle to McNair Middle School here in Georgia in 2013, his standoff with police lasted more than a half hour but police were on the scene within 3 minutes.

And a student's job is to learn, but instead, they're busy with the fear their classroom is no longer a safe place.

"No better time to discuss than right now", Mr. Trump said.

Trump is polling an audience of conservative activists on whether they prefer the Second Amendment or the tax cuts he signed into law late a year ago.

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"If you're going to continue with this nonsense about a gun-free zone-'gun-free, ' it sounds so good".

"You would literally have to arm 25 to 50 percent of the staff to have any reasonable expectation that you would be able to stop a shooter on campus", said Bath. I mean these families lost their children. I don't like it.

"I will be strongly pushing Comprehensive Background Checks with an emphasis on Mental Health", Trump tweeted Thursday.

The President also blamed violence in video games and movies as partly responsible for shaping young people's thoughts.

Say what you will about Trump, but these were ninja-level acrobatics.

Trump also used Twitter to come to the defense of the National Rifle Association, which has been criticized by some following the Parkland shooting.

"The NRA is ready to do things", he added. Trump said the "evil massacre" of 17 people at a Florida high school last week had "broken our hearts".

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