US President Donald Trump approves the idea of arming teachers in the classroom in an emotional encounter with students and parents of school shooting casualties on Wednesday (21/2).
Trump says putting military marks in all schools "can also overcome that problem ". In the White House state banquet room, Trump also reveals, "We will study it earnestly."
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Only a few raised a hand. Trump then asked who opposed and multiplied who raised his hand. There were about 40 people present in the room, mostly students, family members and teachers directly impacted by shootings at school.
Later at a CNN meeting and presenting the survivors of the deadly shooting incident at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Senator Marco Rubio told the audience that he did not approve of the idea of arming a teacher.
Rubio also says, tighter weapons would not prevent a later shooting, but it supports the idea of raising the minimum age limit for buying firearms and banning the sale of accessories called bump stock that allows a firearm to fire more bullets faster. [ab/lt]