Sarah Sanders Gets Emotional at Child’s School Shooting Question
WASHINGTON -- A young reporter took to the White House briefing room Wednesday to share his worries that he and his classmates "could get shot at school" and asked White House press secretary Sarah Sanders how the White House plans to prevent more shootings from happening. "At my school, we recently had a lockdown drill. One thing that affects my and other students' mental health is the worry about we or our friends could get shot at school. Specifically, could you tell me what the administration has done or will do to prevent these senseless tragedies?" asked Benje Choucroun, a 13-year-old from California reporting for Time for Kids.