House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., who was shot at Republican baseball practice during the summer in Alexandria, Va., said that his experience has only solidified his views concerning gun control.
"Inevitably questions about the Second Amendment are raised by what happened in Las Vegas," Fox News' Martha MacCallum said in an interview Tuesday, referring to the mass shooting there Sunday night. "It happens almost immediately. Have you, your experience of your own and what you saw in Las Vegas, has it changed how you feel about any of that?"
"I think it's fortified it because first of all you've got to recognize that when there's a tragedy like this, the first thing we should be thinking about is praying for the people who were injured and doing whatever we can to help them, to help law enforcement," Scalise said. "We shouldn't first be thinking of promoting our political agenda."
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