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Florida school shooting survivor Kyle Kashuv said he saw the "March for Our Lives" rally in Washington, D.C. and noticed an anti-Republican bent to many of the protests.

Kashuv, a junior at Stoneman Douglas High School, said fellow student David Hogg was engaging in "egregious and inflammatory" rhetoric during his speech Sunday.

"I saw this [march] as extremely anti-GOP," Kashuv said. "One of the biggest causes of this march is to be anti-Republican."

Kashuv said the National Rifle Association - a key recipient of Hogg's ire - does not have as much "evil power" over politicians as gun control proponents believe.

"It's easy to regurgitate talking points," Kashuv said.

"Guns aren't the issue. It's everything surrounding acquiring a weapon," Kashuv said, pointing to law enforcement ineptitude in some places and lack of mental health resources.

"Where was the call for no more failures by law enforcement?" Leland Vittert asked Kashuv.

The student responded that he is "pained" that the activists do not seek to hold the government accountable for its failures outside of the push for gun control.

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