Trump suggests to seize weapons without a court order

Trump suggests to seize weapons without a court order

Trump suggests to seize weapons without a court order

Written by Staff Writer

02 Mar, 2018 | 1:12 pm

US president Donald Trump is showing interests in changing the gun laws of the country without a delay.

Following the February 14th shooting at a school, his criticism was directed at American lawmakers for failing to act on guns.

He remarked that US lawmakers are scared to take decisions against National Rifle Association (NRA)

Trump shared these views in a televised meeting with lawmakers at the White House.

At the meeting, he rejected the idea of increasing guns in numbers for private usage.

Donald Trump suggested that authorities should seize the firearms first and go through the due process as the next step, for that a court order should not be needed, he suggested.


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