STREETSBORO, Ohio - The disturbing case in Streetsboro this week, where a 13-year-old is accused of intentionally shooting and killing his 11-year-old brother, is bringing up a conversation about gun safety.
"We have to remember when we talk about securing things whether it's guns, schools or any place else in our society we are reducing the risk, not eliminating them," Trump said. "Conversations we have today are about reducing risk, not eliminating them," Trump said
"We have to realize that the best defense is having conversations, communication, and education. The locks and the mechanisms are there as a tool, they present one barrier, but you get to the real part of it by having conversations with kids, having conversations as adults, and openly addressing these things and not assuming," Trump said.
The teen is scheduled to appear in court on May 8 at 1:30 p.m.