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Biden says Second Amendment 'not absolute' at police executive order signing

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President Joe Biden said Wednesday that the Second Amendment is not absolute. He called for new limitations on guns in the wake of this week's massacre at a Texas elementary school. Biden was speaking at the White House before signing an executive order on policing. He that he would visit Texas with first lady Jill Biden in the coming days.
1 month ago·Washington, United States

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