Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden agreed on Monday with President Trump that violence in video games could be linked to increased US gun violence. CNN's Anderson Cooper challenged Biden saying, "When I mentioned that the president was talking about video games as part of the problem today, I saw that you were rolling your eyes." "But it's something people are already talking about have spoken for a long time. "
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" I also talked about it, "Biden said. "But it's not healthy for these games to teach children to shoot someone and, so to speak, blow their brains out."
Cooper mentioned that video games are also popular in China Japan, where gun violence is significantly lower than in the US, suggests that video games can not be the only factor contributing to the increase in mass shootings in that country.
"That's you. That's my point, "Biden said. "But that's not why we have this slaughter on our streets."
President Trump condemned racism and white supremacy on Monday morning after a suspected white nationalist shot and killed on a Walmart in El Paso, Texas. At least 22 people, including Mexican nationals, over the weekend. Barely 24 hours later, an armed man in Downtown Dayton, Ohio, killed at least 9 people.
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including the fight against gun violence in video games.
"We must stop the glorification of violence in our society, and this includes the cruel and gruesome video games that are commonplace today," said Trump. "It is too easy for young problematic people today to surround themselves with a culture that celebrates violence. We have to stop this or substantially reduce it, and it has to start immediately. "