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Democrats are citing terrorism to gain attention for gun bills: Chuck Todd

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Referencing terrorism has been used to get legislation passed through Congress in the past, and now Democrats are using that tactic to get votes on gun control measures through the Senate. NBC’s political director Chuck Todd tells TODAY that Republicans are changing their rhetoric and proposing their own bills on the issue, but says that the NRA is not very worried about Donald Trump’s potential influence on the gun lobby. (Run time: 2:05)