Trump’s safety panel recommends guns at schools, US President Donald Trump has said that he is planning to meet soldiers deployed in war zones. His statement came on Sunday following the criticisms of not going to the American graveyard outside Paris and Arlington National Cemetery on the occasion of Veterans Day.
Trump’s safety panel recommends guns at schools
In an interview with a question about not meeting American troops in their war zones and not going on a graveyard tour, Trump told Fox News, ‘I think you will see him. Some programs are being planned. He said, ‘I do not want to talk about it for security reasons.’ He said, ‘I was very busy and I will do it. No President with the army is as much as I am.
Trump’s safety panel recommends guns at schools, Many former presidents had visited the war zones during their tenure. Former President Barack Obama had met his troops just two months after the start of the tenure, in Iraq and on completion of only one year of his rule in Afghanistan.
Former President George W. Bush visited there after nearly eight months of the war on the ground. In his interview, Trump admitted that he should have gone to Arlington National Cemetery on the occasion of Veterans Day on November 11.
A security panel was set up in the parkland, Florida due to the February massacre, when an alumnus shot 17 people dead, resulting in public gun control protests.
AFP said in its report, according to a statement in the Commission’s report, “Trump Administration is exploiting the tragedy for rolling the security of the citizens’ rights of the children in school, anyone who joins school discipline reform in the school shooting Despite the lack of evidence. ”
A statistical data from the Washington Post revealed that more than 2,19,000 students in the United States joined the school shooting since the Columbia High School massacre in April 1999.