The President Speaks Out on Guns and Newtown, Again

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One hundred days after the Newtown massacre, polls show that public support for gun control is declining, but President Obama is putting pressure on Congress with an appeal to Americans to demand action. At the White House today, he stood before police officers and victims of shootings. "Less that 100 days ago that happened, and the entire country was shocked. The entire country pledged we would do something about it and that this time would be different. Shame on us if we've forgotten." Edward-Isaac Dovere, White House Editor for Politico, has more.





Warren Olney