Trump to push for tighter gun laws after Orlando shootings

Thursday, 16 June 2016 - 6:41


Republican Donald Trump has said he would like people on terror watch lists to be prevented from buying guns, in the wake of the Orlando shootings.

The presumptive presidential nominee tweeted that he would meet the National Rifle Association to discuss the issue.

The NRA responded by saying it would meet him but it already opposes terrorists buying guns.

49 people were killed in a homosexual nightclub by Omar Mateen, who had been put on a terror watch list by the FBI.



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