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Online gun debate rages in America as Trump pushes for change

By France 24
02 March 2018   |   5:53 am
The gun control debate in America shows no sign of stopping. President Trump shocks Republicans with his comments on gun control, Walmart and other companies place restrictions on gun sales, and a church in Pennsylvania mixes God and guns in a ceremony.

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