President Trump Blames Video Games For School Shootings And Violence, White House Says | TIME

Less than a month after America’s deadliest school shooting in five years, President Donald Trump on Thursday met with members of Congress, video game executives, conservative media watchdog Brent Bozell and a mother from the Parents Television Council to “discuss violent video-game exposure and the correlation to aggression and desensitization in children,” according to a statement from White House Deputy Press Secretary Lindsay Walters.
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President Trump Blames Video Games For School Shootings And Violence, White House Says | TIME

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