“Those large clips — I think that does need to be looked at,” she said on “Face the Nation.”
Sen.-designate Tim Scott, South Carolina Republican, said on that program that he wants to see what comes out of the White House’s task force before deciding whether or not placing more armed guards in schools is a good idea.
“To rush to judgment, I think, is a bit premature on what we should do. I think after we have the committee’s report, we should take a very serious look at whatever it takes to keep our kids safe at school,” he said. “Understanding what happened and why — after we have those answers we’ll be in a much better position to decide the path forward.”
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