(FOX NEWS) ROCHESTER, Mich. - Paul Ryan abruptly ended an interview with an ABC affiliate in Flint after the reporter tried to link gun violence with tax cuts.
"Does the country have a gun problem?" WJRT's Terry Camp asked in a one-on-one interview.
"This country has a crime problem," Ryan responded. After the anchor pressed him to make sure he didn't think the country has a "gun problem," the self-described Catholic deer hunter elaborated, "If you take a look at the gun laws we have, I don't even think President Obama is proposing more gun laws. We have good, strong gun laws."
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