NBC Reporter Tries To Trap Trump With Gun Question, Trump Shuts Her Down With Perfect Response

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An NBC reporter by the name of Ali Vitali decided to step into the spotlight in the midst of a joint press conference being held by President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in in Seoul on Tuesday.

This comes in the wake of the church shooting in Texas that left 26 dead including a pregnant mother and an 18 month-old child.

President Trump is taking a trip abroad in Asia to show US strength and to pressure the region into countering the North Korea threat that is ever increasing in the Pacific.

Ali Vitali stood up and deliver the typical leftist rhetoric of anti-gun complaining. She decided that standing on 26 graves was necessary to get the President’s attention.

“You’ve talked about wanting to put extreme vetting on people trying to come into the United States,” Vitali said with a smug tone. “But I wonder if you would consider extreme vetting for people trying to buy a gun.”

Trump responded perfectly to her horrific timing.”Well, you’re bringing up a situation that probably shouldn’t be discussed too much right now,” Trump said. “We could probably let a little time go by, but it’s okay if you feel that’s an appropriate question even though we are in the heart of South Korea.”

The President proceeded to tell her that if the gun laws were more stringent, the civilian that shot the murderer likely wouldn’t have had the ability to purchase a firearm.

She bragged about her question in the echo chamber on Twitter. Clearly a ploy for attention.

This is the left and the mainstream media at their finest. They don’t address the issue of psychotropic drugs, hatred, violence being pushed by leftist organizations and mental instability they have a problem with the tool. If he had bombed the church, would they call for a ban on bombs? Oh wait, they’re already banned.

Then when a Muslim murders people they spout their “not all Muslims” crap. Well, after this attack I can say, not all whites, not all gun owners, not all people from Texas. The weak arguments they bring will ultimately lose.



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