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On Thursday's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, the TV host gave a heartfelt message demanding immediate gun control regulations following the fatal shooting of 17 school children in Parkland, Florida.

Denouncing the tragic event as "senseless," the host called out elected officials for publicly condemning the shooter's actions while simultaneously loosening restrictions on the legalities of owning a firearm.

Donald Trump also delivered a public message, noting that no child or parent should fear for their lives while at school.

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But Kimmel was unsympathetic towards the President's views, stating: “Children are being murdered. You’ve literally done nothing. Actually, you’ve done worse than nothing.”

In closing, Kimmel asked for viewers to speak with their local congress members and hold them accountable for their actions, citing the need for immediate change. For more, check out the full clip above.

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