The Texas Republican pointed out a key issue that the former president just doesn’t seem to understand.
In the wake of a Tennessee school shooting, the Texas Republican dismissed calls to ban assault-style weapons as “tired talking points.”
The California Democrat hit back after the Texas Republican seemed to imply that gun laws don't work.
Abusive partners would be able to get their guns back after five years if they avoided committing an additional violent offense.
Sen. John Cornyn, who's in the bipartisan group hammering out a gun deal, faced a tough crowd in his home state.
Republicans are throwing up objections to efforts to close the gap in gun laws that allows abusive dating partners to have guns.
Texas Sen. John Cornyn defended law enforcers, who waited nearly an hour to storm Robb Elementary School as children were being massacred inside.
“We’ve all agreed for a long time that we need to invest more in American infrastructure, we just disagree about how to pay for it," Sen. Chris Coons said.
"There's a lot of confusion in the Twitterverse about that," the Texas senator confessed.
Watch this spectacular self-own by Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) as he attempts to trip assistant attorney general nominee Kristen Clarke.