National Security likely to dominate 2016 presidential election

June 13, 2016

With the aftermath of the Orlando mass shooting on June 12, national security and gun control is likely to reenter as a critical centerpiece of the already volatile and unpredictable 2016 presidential election. Presumptive nominees Hillary Clinton (D) and Donald Trump (R) had dueling foreign policy speeches on Monday on how to protect the United States and discussing issues pertaining to guns and the Second Amendment. Whether the mass shooting, the worst mass shooting in American history will change the dynamic of the volatile presidential race remains to be seen.


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