Las Vegas shooting: NRA urges new regulations on ‘bump stock’ devices

“They sat at the bedside of our patients”. As first lady Melania Trump entered his room, Gunderson, from California, is seen attempting to sit up and then actually get out of the bed.

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President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump visit a Las Vegas hospital, October 4, 2017. They’re legal and originally were meant to help people with limited hand mobility fire a semi-automatic without the individual trigger pulls required.

The Las Vegas shooting has reignited a debate in the United States about whether more gun control legislation might have prevented what happened.

“Based on the videos I heard and saw, and now that I’ve studied up on what a bump stock is – I didn’t know there was such a thing – there’s no reason for it”, Flores told The Hill.

“What they have done is incredible. But the message that I have is that we have a great country, and we are there for you, and they’re there for us”.

At Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Station, he said: ‘Melania and I thank each and every one of you in law enforcement. “Before we can run out and talk about the preventions. we have to determine what caused it”. “It increases the rate of fire and it can give people the idea that it’s a machine gun”.

The American public is “frustrated” with the Senate Intelligence Committee’s investigation into alleged Russian election interference, according to White House press secretary Sarah Sanders.

Asked whether he would use the opportunity to speak about gun control, however, he said: “Perhaps that will come. They will curtail the freedoms of law-abiding citizens”, one of the talking points read.

Three days after a gunman opened fire on a concert crowd on the Las Vegas Strip, President Trump is flying today to the desert-bound casino capital, presumably as comforter-in-chief.

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Thomas Gunderson was in the hospital recovering from the horrific attack by Stephen Paddock, 64, at the Route 91 Harvest Festival on October 1, the Daily Mail reported. What we should be doing is finding something, anything, we can do to try to limit the body count so that the next Stephen Paddock has just that much harder of a time mowing down scores of innocents.

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