Ivanka Trump questions her father’s gun proposal

By John Wagner

Ivanka Trump was seated in front of Kim Yong Chol, vice chairman of North Korea’s ruling Workers’ Party Central Committee., during the Winter Olympics closing ceremony.
Photo: AP

Ivanka Trump has said that she doesn’t know whether arming teachers with concealed weapons, as her father advocates, would makes schools safer and said the idea needs further discussion.

President Donald Trump’s daughter, who serves as a senior adviser in the White House and is in South Korea, where she attended the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympics, was asked by NBC News if arming teachers would make children safer.

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