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A state worker unfurls a rainbow flag in front of the Washington state Capitol to prepare it to be raised and then lowered to half-staff to mark last weekend's mass shooting at a central Florida nightclub.Wednesday, June 15, 2016, in Olympia, Wash. A gunman wielding an assault-type rifle and a handgun opened fire inside Pulse, a crowded gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, early Sunday, leaving at least 49 people dead in the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
A state worker unfurls a rainbow flag in front of the Washington state Capitol to prepare it to be raised and then lowered to half-staff to mark last weekend's mass shooting at a central Florida nightclub.Wednesday, June 15, 2016, in Olympia, Wash. A gunman wielding an assault-type rifle and a handgun opened fire inside Pulse, a crowded gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, early Sunday, leaving at least 49 people dead in the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
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This week, presumed Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump once again called for a temporary ban on Muslims and suggested President Obama was sympathetic to terrorists. Presumed Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton called Trump's ideas nonsense, and called for a national assault weapons ban. Her rival Bernie Sanders, in a video message to supporters last night, didn't concede the race and didn't endorse Clinton.

CNN's Juana Summers and ABC's Rick Klein join Here & Now hosts Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson to discuss where the campaigns are now, on gun control and terrorism.

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Guests

Juana Summers, CNN politics editor. She tweets @jmsummers.

Rick Klein, political director at ABC News. He tweets @RickKlein.

This segment aired on June 17, 2016.

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