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In an orchestrated event to promote newer, more restrictive gun laws, President Obama addresses an audience of school children at a West Texas elementary school.
He stands silently at the podium and then begins to clap and pause, clap and pause. He does this for a while before speaking.
"Every time I clap my hands, a child somewhere in America dies from gun violence. Even a child should be able to see the solution." President Obama looks expectantly over the audience.
A little boy raises his hand. "Maybe you should stop clapping."