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Trump: 'Hundreds more' might have died in Texas shooting under stricter gun laws
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During his state trip to South Korea, President Trump claimed "hundreds more" might have died if another man had not been able to "neutralize" the alleged shooter with a gun of his own during the Nov. 5 Texas shooting.
During his state trip to South Korea, President Trump claimed "hundreds more" might have died if another man had not been able to "neutralize" the alleged shooter with a gun of his own during the Nov. 5 Texas shooting.
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