"I think there's no doubt that he is more relaxed and more at ease and more unburdened than he's been in a decade, and it shows," Obama's former press secretary said.
"I'm sure someone from his age group is dying to sucker punch this rich little bitch."
Laura Ingraham received widespread condemnation after she mocked a Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting survivor for not getting accepted into his top California colleges.
The march is over, but students have politicians in their sights and gun control activism is set to continue through the 2018 midterms.
"Are you SERIOUSLY mocking a school shooting survivor for her ethnicity?!" asked a survivor of the Pulse nightclub shooting.
The NRA claimed that "gun-hating billionaires and Hollywood elites" are exploiting children.
"The attitude of total victory...our system is just not set up for that," the Florida senator said.
The student activist also said that amid new security measures, his high school now feels like a prison.
Even Bill Murray is inspired by those young activists.
"I don't blame a kid for taking a weapon to school, quite frankly, these days."
"Of all the schools in America, you would think this would be the safest one right now," Marco Rubio said.
Zachary Cruz said he wanted to "reflect on the school shooting and to soak it in."
Maximilien R. Reynolds reportedly possessed an unassembled AR-15-style rifle, combat equipment and 300 rounds of ammunition.
My son, George Jr., was shot and killed in 2013. Trump's proposal will only make black and brown children like mine less safe.
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.
"Obviously, this is why we have unintentional shootings involving children."
"I hope it's a trap and y'all get shot we know it's fixing to be nothing but black people walkin out anyway."
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.
That tragedy marked the 123rd child under the age of 11 killed or wounded in gunfire since January 1. It was also the second fatal shooting of a child shooting of that day.