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President Obama has set off on a three day trip around the USA to try and win support for the plans he announced during his State of the Union speech. Among them, his emotional call to limit arms, in response to the recent atrocities across the country.
Police units in cities all over the US struggle to cope with the number of deadly weapons on their streets. In Philadelphia, officers rely on specialist swat teams to support units who regularly get 'out gunned' working in the inner city.
Death from gun crime continues to soar across Philadelphia, wreaking havoc on communities. Washington Correspondent Robert Moore reports.
President Obama has made an emotional tribute to victims of gun violence, as he called for greater firearm controls during his State of the Union address.
In his annual speech, he vowed to revive the US economy, create jobs and reduce the number of troops in Afghanistan. ITV News' Washington Correspondent Robert Moore reports.
President Obama said it was a priority to make America a "magnet for new jobs and manufacturing".
President Obama said Congress "must do more to combat climate change" and act "before it is too late".
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The US President's attempt to tackle recent school massacres will have fallen on deaf ears at a school which brings guns into the classroom.
The most emotional plea of President Obama's State of the Union address was a direct response to the Sandy Hook school massacre.