CNN Reporter Tells Pentagon It’s Part of Gun Control Debate Because Guns Are Sold at Military Exchange Stores

‘Given today’s environment, why does the department need to be selling these items through its military exchange stores?’

CNN Reporter Tells Pentagon It’s Part of Gun Control Debate Because Guns Are Sold at Military Exchange Stores (The Washington Free Beacon)

CNN Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr repeatedly asked a spokeswoman Thursday about why its military exchange stores sell guns and ammunition and declared the Department of Defense to be part of the "national conversation" on gun control.

Starr asked why the military has to sell guns in the stores "given today's environment," and said "there's just no question" the Pentagon is "part of this national conversation."

"Given today's environment, why does the department need to be selling these items through its military exchange stores?" Starr asked. "Are you looking at it? Are you rethinking it? What's the policy here?"

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