Obama Reacts To San Bernardino Shooting

In the early hours after the San Bernardino shootings, in an interview President Obama said the American people should not become complacent in the face of mass shootings.

He said that the pattern on mass shootings in the United States has no parallel anywhere else in the world, and that there are some steps that can be taken regarding gun laws, that while not eliminating every mass shooting, would certainly assist in stemming more from occurring. The gun control debate may about to reignite.

ABC’s Karen Travers joined us from Washington D.C.