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Trump: I think I would run in the school shooting situation
President Donald Trump calls for action from some members during Parkland, Florida shooting of ‘disgusting’ to add, he believes, he would have ran in active shooting scenario, even if he is not with the weapon.
President Trump on Monday slammed the “vile” law enforcement officers, the failure of the hustle and bustle in the Florida high school earlier this month when a gunman, students and teachers slaughtered on the inside, and claims he would in the school itself, to stop without a firearm the attacker.
“You don’t know until you test it,” Trump said at a meeting with governors. “But I really think I would run there even if I don’t have a weapon.”
He added: “I think most of the people in this room would have done that, too, because I know most of them.”
Speaking of the deputies who remained outside, Trump The way it was carried out said: “that is really a shame.”
Broward Deputy, Scot Peterson resigned after it was revealed that he chose not to enter the school during the Valentine’s day shooting. Local news outlets in Florida reported that at least three of Broward’s deputies, including Peterson, waited outside during the shooting.
“They were not just Medal of Honor-winner,” Trump said on Monday. “The way it was done, frankly, disgusting.”
In the meantime, a lawyer for the Florida Deputy who resigned after it emerged that he does not enter Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting during the mass, said on Monday that Peterson is “cowardly” and acted accordingly.
LAWYER: FLORIDA DEPUTY, who IS NOT shooting IN THE SCHOOL DURING THE EXHIBITION ‘a COWARD’
“There is no mistake, Mr. Peterson wishes that he could have prevented, is the timely delivery of the screen said ten victims that day, and his heart of the need to” lawyer Joseph DiRuzzo goes out to the families of the victims in their time in a statement. “However, the allegations are that Mr. Peterson was a coward, and that his performance under the circumstances do not meet the standards of police officers, obviously, untrue.”
During remarks to the President, the President renewed his commitment to ” outlaw “bump stock” modifier used in the Las Vegas massacre, strengths, background checks increase, and the armed security forces in schools. Trump said he had lunch recently with a top National Rifle Association official Wayne LaPierre and Chris Cox, and said: “you want something.”
“Don’t worry about the NRA, they are said on our side,” Trump. “You guys – half of them are so afraid of the NRA. There is nothing to worry about. And you know what, when you fight not with them, we have them every once in a while, okay. You do what you think is right.”
SEVERAL BROWARD DEPUTUES WAITED Outside DURING THE FLORIDA SCHOOL SHOOTING, REPORT SAYS
Trump has Fla a long time some new gun restrictions in the Wake of this month shooting spree in Parkland,., that killed 17 people,
“We write to-bump-stock” Trump said on Monday. “But we need to take action to harden our schools are so it is less vulnerable to attacks.”
The President said, “This is so to ensure that well-trained and certified school personnel of concealed weapons. At some point, you have to the volume. I don’t know that a school, hire a hundred security guards.”
During the meeting, the President, various governors allowed to suggest “ideas” for the setting of armed violence in the schools. A democratic Governor Jay Inslee of Washington state, has a Problem with the President’s proposal, that some teachers should be armed.
“I suggest, we need a little less tweeting here, a little more listening and we will take only that to move from the table and move forward,” Inslee said.
Others, though, said they supported the idea of more armed security forces. New Mexico Republican Gov. Susana Martinez proposed Trump, the retired law enforcement officials to be used.
“This is a pool of people we can spend immediately, without a large amount of dollars in the preservation of our schools and our school staff safe,” she said.
Fox News’ Robert Gearty and Travis Fedschun contributed to this report.
Alex Pappas is a political reporter at FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.