On the other hand, Biden has admitted that the step by itself is not enough to solve the problem.
On Sunday, Vice President Joe Biden praised the efforts of the Senate to build a bipartisan framework for gun safety and asked Congress to do the same thing. On the other hand, he did warn that the completed package would not be sufficient on its own.
On Sunday afternoon, after Democratic Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut presented an outline of a gun safety package that Republicans are reportedly willing to adopt, President Joe Biden expressed his comments on the framework that had been presented.
According to what was mentioned in Biden’s letter, this concept could not have been realized without the assistance of Senator Chris Murphy and the members of his bipartisan group, in particular Senators Cornyn, Sinema, and Tillis.
According to Biden, “even though it doesn’t achieve everything I think is necessary, it marks big moves in the right direction and would be the most significant gun safety legislation to pass Congress in decades.” “Even though it doesn’t achieve everything I think is necessary, it marks big moves in the right direction.”