US gun control: Students urge Trump to 'do the right thing'

Students who escaped the deadly school shooting in Florida have voiced their anger and frustration at President Trump during a listening session on school safety at the White House.

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    There has been an outpouring of anger and frustration at a meeting between the US President Donald Trump, students and families affected by last week's deadly school shooting in Florida.

    Trump heard their pleas for reform and has responded with ideas of his own, including arming teachers.

    Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou-Castro reports from Washington, DC.


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