Donald TrumpDonald TrumpEx-Rep. Garcia wins Florida Dem primary for competitive House seat Report: Trump may meet Mexican president -- in Mexico City WATCH LIVE: Trump campaigns in deep-blue Washington MORE said he wants to end gun-free zones in schools during a Vermont rally held at the same time as President Obama’s televised town hall promoting gun control.
“I will get rid of gun-free zones on schools. You have to,” Trump told a cheering crowd Thursday night in Burlington, Vt. “And on military bases, my first day it gets signed, OK? My first day. There's no more gun-free zones.”
The conversation followed Obama's announcement on Tuesday of executive actions intended to curb gun violence.
At his rally Thursday night, Trump went through a list of terrorist events, including the recent terorrist attacks in San Bernardino, Calif., and in Paris, and said that if only more "good guys" were armed "it would be a whole different story."
"Now, you know what a gun-free zone is to a sicko? That's bait," Trump said.
"A gun-free zone. ... That ends immediately. We're going back to sanity in this country."