WATCH: NBC Reporter Tries Using Church Shooting to Humiliate Trump, Fails Miserably

Because President Trump is in favor of extreme vetting for immgrants, an NBC reporter wanted to know if he’d be willing to do the same for gun buyers (as if that doesn’t already take place). Ali Vitali’s attempt to embarrass Trump in South Korea failed rather impressively.

From Daily Wire:

While many of the questions centered around the Korean Peninsula, Ali Vitali brought up the issue of gun control in an overt attempt to grandstand.

“You’ve talked about wanting to put extreme vetting on people trying to come into the United States,” Vitali said with a smug tone. “But I wonder if you would consider extreme vetting for people trying to buy a gun.”


“Well you’re bringing up a situation that probably shouldn’t be discussed too much right now,” Trump said. “We could probably let a little time go by, but it’s okay if you feel that’s an appropriate question even though we are in the heart of South Korea.”

More on the Texas shooter, via Fox News:

The gunman who opened fire in a Texas Baptist church on Sunday, killing at least 26 people, was once convicted of assault after he reportedly fractured his infant stepson’s skull.

Before 26-year-old Devin Kelley received a bad conduct discharge from the U.S. Air Force in 2014, he was court-martialed in 2012 for assaulting his ex-wife and child. Kelley struck his stepson so hard he fractured his skull.

“He assaulted his stepson severely enough that he fractured his skull, and he also assaulted his wife,” retired colonel Don Christensen, formerly the chief prosecutor for the Air Force, told the The New York Times. “He pled to intentionally doing it.”

Oh, Ali. When you mess with the bull, you get the horns. Trump was prepared, as usual.

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