Feinstein looks excited in gun control meeting with

Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein could not have looked happier as President announced he would be supporting new gun control legislation on Wednesday. 

held a stunning televised meeting with a bipartisan group of lawmakers at the White House to discuss potential gun control measures. 

During the round-table style meeting he made comments to suggest he is open to stricter measures that would defy the NRA, leaving Democrats beaming and many Republicans scratching their heads.

And when he signaled that he wants to add a provision to ban assault weapons to the bill, Feinstein looked like she could topple over with glee. 

Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein could not have looked happier as President announced he would be supporting new gun control legislation on Wednesday

Trump held a stunning televised meeting with a bipartisan group of lawmakers at the White House, and during it signaled he is open to gun control measures that left Democrats beaming

held a stunning televised meeting with a bipartisan group of lawmakers at the White House, and during it signaled he is open to gun control measures that left Democrats beaming

The comment came as he was speaking to Senator Amy Klobuchar, a Minnesota Democrat, Feinstein looked like she just could not contain her excitement.

Klobuchar spoke to the president about her desire to expand background checks to cut domestic violence. 

After hearing her out, turned to Senator Pat Toomey, a Pennsylvania Republican, and asked if he could add the proposal, as well as a proposal made by Senator Dianne Feinstein, to the bipartisan bill he is drawing up with Democrat Joe Manchin. 

The proposal made by Feinstein would ban assault weapons, and 's support for that stunned Republicans in the room, many of whom have received large donations from the NRA. 

'Dianne if you could add what you have - also and I think you can - into the bill,' told Toomey. 

Feinstein then almost lost her composure and looked absolutely giddy as she pointed to Manchin, joking, 'Joe, are you ready?'

'Joe can you do that?' asked. 

'Can you add some of the things. I'll help. Can you add what Amy and Dianne have?' 

Klobuchar spoke to the president about her desire to expand background checks to cut domestic violence

Klobuchar spoke to the president about her desire to expand background checks to cut domestic violence

After hearing her out, Trump turned to Senator Pat Toomey, a Pennsylvania Republican, and asked if he could add the proposal, as well as a proposal made by Senator Dianne Feinstein, to the bipartisan bill he is drawing up with Democrat Joe Manchin

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