White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said US President Donald Trump ‘will not rest’ until his goals to increase school safety are achieved at a briefing in Washington DC on Monday. The move comes after a school shooting in Parkland, Florida, killed at least 17 pupils and teachers, with the US administration coming under a barrage of criticism for its supposedly lax gun laws and... Еще reported plans to arm staff with concealed weapons. “We must make our schools a much harder target for attackers. We must protect the rights of law-abiding Americans while keeping guns out of the hands of those who pose a danger to themselves and society,” Sanders said. “We must create a culture that cherishes life and human dignity, condemning violence rather than glorifying it.” Sanders also denied that Trump would be subject to influence from lobbying groups, saying he was taking views from ‘the far-left to the far-right’ in order to inform his decisions. On North Korea, Sanders described the latest wave of sanctions as ‘the largest ever seen’ in hopes of forcing its regime into denuclearisation.