Trump slams Federal Bureau of Investigation over school shooting

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About 1,000 students from West Boca High School left class Tuesday and walked more than 10 miles to the site of the shooting to protest US gun laws.

The bill was introduced in November 2017 and would offer grants to encourage states to report offenses to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, which would keep firearms out of the hands of people who are barred by law from owning them. John Cornyn, a Republican from Texas, about his bipartisan bill to improve federal compliance with criminal background checks on gun buyers. Sen.

But on Tuesday, Trump announced that he signed a memo Attorney General Jeff Sessions to clarify if bump stocks are illegal and propose regulations to "ban all devices that turn legal weapons into machine guns".

"You're supposed to bring this nation together, not divide us", David Hogg, an 18-year-old Douglas senior, said on NBC's "Meet the Press" program.

President Donald Trump is open to supporting legislation on gun background checks, the White House said Monday.

The White House has not said the president supports any new legislation to ban military-style assault weapons that have been used in almost every mass shooting, or any other new gun control legislation. Students from the school are also planning a march on Washington on March 24.

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Students and parents affected by the massacre at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last week have set out on a demonstration in the state capital of Tallahassee on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, students are organizing marches and walkouts aimed at urging federal lawmakers to act to end gun violence. Get back to the basics and make us all proud!'

At the hospital, he spoke with a few of the victims and said it was "very sad something like that could happen".

She added: "I think he is making the point that we would like our Federal Bureau of Investigation agencies to not be focused on something that is clearly a hoax in terms of investigating the Trump campaign".

Regulations on bump stocks has garnered recent support from both sides of the gun control debate, but Trump's move goes further than the tepid support his administration had offered for the move past year.