Trump, Clinton, Sanders set to unveil new plan to crack down on gun violence

President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will unveil a new plan Thursday to crack back on gun-related violence, the White House said.

Trump will sign the proposal in the Rose Garden with Clinton, who is in the White Senate office for the first time in years, The Hill reported.

Trump’s executive order, titled the “President’s Emergency Plan for Gun Violence,” would include measures to increase the penalties for gun-rights supporters, increase the number of federal firearms and background checks and expand the use of federal grants for mental health services.

The plan also calls for expanded federal gun seizures, expanded background checks, more federal funding for gun safety and a ban on high-capacity magazines, the report said.

“There’s no question that there’s more that we can do, but there’s no way that we’re going to be able to do it alone,” said White House press secretary Sarah Sanders.

“We need the Congress to work with us to do that.”

The White House also said the proposal is intended to address gun violence that has left over 20,000 people dead in the U.S. since 2000.

The number of Americans killed by gun violence in 2016 was more than double the number in 2009.

Trump signed the executive order in March, two weeks after taking office, in an effort to bolster the nation’s gun laws.

Trump has vowed to close loopholes that allow gun owners to legally purchase firearms and to increase gun safety.

Clinton, a Democrat who has advocated for gun control measures, also has proposed several gun safety measures during her time in the Senate.

Her plan would increase the federal minimum legal age for purchasing guns to 21 and expand background checks to include gun sales.

Clinton has also proposed expanding the number and types of guns that can be purchased and would require background checks for all gun sales, including those at gun shows and on the internet.

Trump is expected to sign the plan Thursday.

Sanders, who will be the first woman to hold the position, has said her plan would expand background check requirements to private gun sales and to gun shows.

Irish fans who’ve been hurt on the pitch by Irish fans

2/20 2:21 Three people have died and two others are missing after a bus hit a number of vehicles at a junction in Dublin.

The incident happened at around 11:45pm on Saturday night.

The driver of the bus, who was also on board, died at the scene.

He was aged in his 60s.

2/21 2:19 A bus has crashed into a number, including children, at a bus stop in County Armagh, Co Louth.

The bus was transporting three children, aged two and three, who were travelling to their grandparents’ house in the city.

The two other children were not hurt in the incident.

Police said a number were travelling on the bus when it collided with a pole.

The children, who are in a stable condition, were taken to hospital.

A number of children, including two aged three, were on the scene and have since been transferred to hospital for observation.

The Bus Driver has been suspended.

3/21 1:53 A driver has died and a number have been injured after a van was driven into pedestrians at a busy junction in County Antrim, Co Tyrone.

The van, which had no licence plate, rammed into pedestrians on the A7 highway in the town of Clonmacnoise, in County Tyrone, at about 3pm on Friday night.

A woman was killed instantly in the collision.

Another woman and a man were also injured.

It is understood that the driver of a black Mercedes was arrested.

Police are appealing for witnesses.

The crash remains under investigation.

4/21 12:21 A car has crashed through the window of a supermarket in the northern French city of Montpellier, killing at least one person and injuring several others.

Witnesses said the car ploughed into the window at a supermarket on Rue de la Croix in the southern city of Saint-Domingue.

A statement on social media described the driver as a “young French man” and a “white male”.

It said he had a history of mental health problems.

5/21 11:42 A bus carrying people has crashed and burst into flames in the French city, Nice, killing two people and injuring five.

The fire is still burning and people are fleeing the scene, a spokesman for Nice Fire Authority said.

The truck was travelling on a highway in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray near the city of Nice, when it crashed, the spokesman said.

It was travelling at a speed of about 70km/h when it burst into fire, the spokesperson added.

6/21 10:36 Police in Italy have released images of the car they believe was used in the hit-and-run in which a car smashed into pedestrians in Parma, killing one man and injuring at least seven others.

The suspect, a 30-year-old man from the northern city of Siena, has been arrested and is under police guard, police in Piacenza said in a statement.

He has not yet been named.

7/21 9:35 A van has ploughened into pedestrians near a school in the German city of Dresden, killing eight people and seriously injuring 19 others.

Seven of those injured were students at the school, while the ninth was a teacher.

The suspected driver fled the scene in the van, police said, adding that he had no criminal record.

8/21 8:15 A man has died after a car ploughs into pedestrians along a busy pedestrian street in the Irish capital Dublin, injuring at the most.

The man died after being hit by a van in Dublin’s south inner city, the police said.

According to reports, the man had been walking in a pedestrian area in the Citywest area, when he was struck by a car.

The deceased was a man in his 50s, it said.

9/21 7:49 A woman has died in a collision with a car on a busy motorway in the Polish city of Krakow, police say.

A driver swerved to avoid a car which was chasing him and killed a woman on the M1 motorway near Zawistec, Poland’s central city.

It happened at approximately 6:45am local time (11:45 GMT), according to the Polish Railways.

10/21 6:56 A cyclist has died when a van he was riding in went off the road and into a canal, killing the man inside the vehicle.

The 62-year old pedestrian, named locally as Oskar Bartek, from the town in northern Poland, had been riding in the centre of the busy M1 highway in Wroclaw when the incident occurred.

He died instantly at the site of the accident, the local council said.

11/21 5:47 A man is in a critical condition in hospital after being crushed under a vehicle in central London, police have said.

A man in a wheelchair was found lying on the pavement outside St Clement’s Hospital with

What is a turtle?

There are many different types of turtles, but they all share a common trait: they can swim.

This is especially true when they are in water.

Turtles can live for up to 15 years in captivity and can grow up to six feet long.

Turtles that are not kept in their natural habitat can grow to about five feet long, and many turtles can grow into adult size.

Turtles have many different sizes, so it’s important to understand what each type of turtle looks like.

Turtles are divided into different categories.

For example, some turtles are called “littoral,” meaning they live in a river or estuary.

Others are called deep-water turtles, meaning they have to swim deep.

Others have scales on their shells and are called brackish-water and shallow-water.

Turtles also have a range of colors, from white to dark red.

Turtles range in size from a few inches to about six feet in length.

Turtles live for about 10 years in a natural habitat.

Turtles in captivity may grow to as much as 30 feet in height.

Turtles do not live in saltwater, though some species are found in freshwater.

Turtles, unlike fish, do not have a natural fear of the water.

They have a strong fear of predators.

Turtles eat plankton, which can be found in a wide variety of different places.

Turtles spend a lot of time in the water, but the water they spend most of their time in is not very salty.

Turtles tend to live in tropical areas, and there are many types of turtle habitats.

Turtles use their shells to protect themselves.

Turtles and fish live in different environments.

Turtles will live in freshwater, saltwater or brackage.

Turtles prefer to live near water, and they can live in ponds or deep water.

Some species of turtles are not as territorial as other animals, but this does not mean they do not protect themselves in their habitat.

If you have a turtle that is afraid of the ocean, you may want to keep it inside.

Turtles may not be aggressive, but some species do become aggressive when threatened.

Turtles sometimes have a territorial nature, which may cause them to take on a personality that is similar to their natural habitats.

Turtle and turtle have similar needs and can live on their own, but it’s best to consider keeping them in a separate home if they are kept together.

Turtles usually have their own way of life.

Turtles feed on the algae, which is found in the same places as their shellfish, and the animals also have to clean themselves.

Some turtles live for weeks or months without eating, but most turtles will eat a food item each day for up the year.

Turtles keep a variety of other habitats and enjoy many different kinds of foods.

Turtles often live in the open ocean, though they can be seen in freshwater or saltwater.

They also like to swim in rivers and rivers.

Turtles find their homes in rivers, lakes and ponds, but can also be found near saltwater and freshwater habitats.