President Trump visited the two communities still mourning after the weekend’s mass shootings.
He went first to Dayton, Ohio, then, El Paso, Texas to meet with local officials and some of those affected by last weekend’s mass shootings.
Also on the ground in both cities, supporters, and protesters of the president’s visits.
Dayton city commissioner Darryl Fairchild penned a letter to the president asking for action.
And in El Paso, the mayor acknowledged the divide.
The president said Wednesday that he is open to talking about some aspects of gun control legislation, but it’s unclear if Congress can reach a consensus.
The house passed two gun control bills, but the Senate hasn’t voted on either one.