GOP lawmakers wait on Trump for clarity on gun reform09:17
The White House is suggesting that a presidential plan concerning gun violence could be presented next week, though Trump's already backed off his support for background checks. Meanwhile Democrats' impatience to get action was showing on the debate stage. So what happens now with gun control legislation? White House Bureau Chief at the Washington Post Philip Rucker, ClassPass CEO Fritz Lanman - one of the 145 CEOs who signed a letter demanding congress take action on gun violence - and former Republican congressman from Florida David Jolly join MSNBC’s Chris Jansing to discuss.