WASHINGTON ― A bipartisan trio of senators urged President on Wednesday to expand on gun purchases in a roughly 40-minute conference call they described as productive and “very encouraging.”

However, Trump didn’t indicate on the call any preference for legislative proposals toward curbing and said the lawmakers “should be able to hear back from his staff tomorrow” on the path forward, according to (D-W.Va.), one of the senators who participated in the call.

Trump has expressed interest in in the past, often immediately following a horrific mass shooting, only to reverse himself days later.

The discussion with the president focused on expanding background checks on gun purchases conducted via commercial sales ― including Internet sales and gun shows ―

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