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After advising CNN nighttime host Chris Cuomo to not “get into the fear-mongering” that surrounds his plan to confiscate assault weapons Wednesday, Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke sat in stunned silence when Cuomo told him, “I don’t think you can do it.”

Beto was appearing on “Cuomo Prime Time” when he was asked, “Are you in fact in favor of gun confiscation?”

The article goes on to state the following:

Beto replied that he was.

WATCH what happened next in the video below:

Beto continued to defend his stance, as he posted a copy of the video on his Twitter page. “The media needs to stop fear-mongering. The only guns you will have to sell back are weapons of war, designed to kill as efficiently and effectively as possible. The American people are with me on this: AR-15s and AK-47s belong on the battlefield, not in our communities,” the floundering 2020 candidate wrote.

“If Congress had made progress already, I might entertain the argument that a buyback is too politically risky. But playing it safe and allowing the NRA to set the terms of the debate no longer works for me, no longer works for our kids, and no longer works for this country,” he added in a second tweet, along with another segment of the interview.

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