When asked if he thought gun control was a solution to mass shootings, Trump responded, "This isn't a guns situation."
“Today marks a new era for law-abiding gun owners, as we now have a president who respects and supports our right to keep and bear arms,” said NRA spokesman Chris Cox in a statement.
Since Trump has repealed that piece of legislature, a gunman injured 6 people at a congressional baseball game in June and 58 people lost their lives in the Las Vegas mass shooting in October. And that's just the tip of the iceberg.
As for Trump, currently at a press conference in Tokyo, he called the Sutherland Springs shooting a "very, very sad event... but that's the way I view it."