As the NRA and gun manufacturers dumped millions into Trump and the Republican Party in 2016, Clinton may have been a boon to the industry as president.
"How about kids instead of looking to someone else to solve their problem, do something about maybe taking CPR classes or trying to deal with situations that when there is a violent shooter that you can actually respond to that," Rick Santorum said on CNN's "State of the Union."
The NRA claimed that "gun-hating billionaires and Hollywood elites" are exploiting children.
Young voters called it "political suicide."
It's also one strand in a web of Trump-NRA relationships.
CNN's Jake Tapper chimed in to provide a quick fact check.
"I now join the long list of imperfect human beings with 'foot in mouth' disease," Republican candidate for Kentucky Secretary of State Carl Nett said.
The number of children killed by gunfire in the United States since the 2012 mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School is greater than the total of U.S. soldiers killed in overseas combat since 9/11, according to a Department of Defense report.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr, whose father was shot dead by gunmen, spoke to high schoolers in Northern California about what they can do to stop gun violence.
The women-led resistance is butting heads with the Democratic establishment in a New Jersey House race, where Tanzie Youngblood will face off in the primaries against state Senator Jeff Van Drew.
"We can't just keep setting up blue-ribbon committees," the president said, before officials announced that a commission would study the hike on age to buy assault weapons.
The Department of Justice submitted notice of proposed regulation to clarify the meaning of "machinegun" in the National Firearms Act and Gun Control Act includes bump stock devices, and that federal law, therefore, prohibits their possession, sale, or manufacture.
Eighty percent of Republicans agree with arming teachers, while 88 percent of Democrats oppose it.
A new poll shows American voters think the majority of Congress is afraid of the NRA and support companies like Dick's Sporting Goods, which announced it will stop selling assault-style rifles or raise the age restriction to 21.
Republican Kelli Stargel opposed a ban on assault weapons.
Donald Trump and Mike Pence "support the Second Amendment, support strong due process and don't want gun control," an NRA lobbyist said.
The president's latest guns stance means he has no chance of re-election in 2020, said Fox News host Laura Ingraham.
A Harvard-led study found that gun injuries fell by about 20 percent during NRA conventions.