One of the starkest differences on policy that exists between Hillary Clinton andDonald Trump is on guns, specifically what limitations there should be on gun ownership and the role of Congress and the courts in establishing clear guidelines.
And so it was rather striking to find that the two candidates seemed to agree on at least one gun policy Monday.
Clinton, in a tense exchange over criminal justice issues, reiterated her support for what Democrats and gun control advocates have called a “no fly, no buy” policy to restrict individuals on the airline terrorist watch list from being able to purchase guns.
Trump’s response: “We have to look very strongly at no-fly lists. … I tend to agree with that.”
Trump went on, though, to reiterate his pro-gun bona fides, citing his endorsement from the National Rifle Assn.
Though he once wrote that he supported a ban on sales of assault weapons and longer wait