Romney on NBC: Changing gun laws won't 'make all bad things go away'
In an exclusive interview with NBC's Brian Williams, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney who signed an assault weapons ban in Massachusetts as governor -- said that the legislation was a compromise. What the Aurora theater shooter did was against the law, Romney added, but that didn't prevent the tragedy from happening.
LONDON-- Mitt Romney said Wednesday that more restrictive gun laws would likely not have prevented last week's deadly mass shooting at a Colorado Cineplex, and argued that it would take Americans changing their hearts, not their legislation, to prevent similar future attacks.
"Political implications, legal implications are something which will be sorted out down the road," Romney told NBC's Brian Williams during an exclusive... [via First Read]
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