President Trump Donald John TrumpPresent the 2020 Democratic Bracket The time has come for Democrats to act. Finally, the DHS speeds up the border wall in Arizona, Texas. MORE reaffirmed on Friday his claim that the 2015 terrorist attacks on The Bataclan Nightclub in Paris might have been bypassed if some concertgoers had been armed.
"If a weapon was worn by one person on the other side, it could have led to a completely different result. The shooting took so long, and there was nothing you could do about it, "he said.
Trump used his fingers to mimic a fired weapon and said," Come here, boom. Here, boom. And then They were later taken prisoner. "
The President added that if a" tiny percentage "of concertgoers could carry weapons, the attack would probably not have happened because the cowards knew humans existed and were Weapons have. "
Trump's argument for easing the gun laws in America is a mass shooting in France that took place in 2015.
" If a weapon was carried by one person from the other side, this could well have been the case a very different result, "he says. pic.twitter.com/O25NsPhuH3
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Trump has previously weighed in on the shootout at the 90 people died: Coordinated attacks by Islamist extremists in a concert hall, stadium, restaurants and bars killed 130 people and injured hundreds of people on 13 November 2015.
The President spoke at a speech at the NRA conference in Dallas last year and commented very similarly later condemned by the French government.
"France expresses its firm rejection of President Trump's remarks on the attacks in Paris on 13 November 2015 and demands respect for the memory of the victims," said French Foreign Minister Agnes von der Muhll, speaking about Trump's statements at the time.
Former French President François Hollande also denounced "the shameful comments and obscene antics of Donald Trump".
"The friendship between our peoples is not tarnished by this disrespect and shamefulness, all my thoughts are for the victims of the November 13 attacks," Hollande said last year.