Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton said at an October 16 town hall meeting at Keene State College that Australia's gun ban is a policy "worth looking at" in the United States.

"The Australian government as part of trying to clamp down on the availability of … weapons offered a good price for buying hundreds of thousands of guns and basically clamped down going forward, in terms of having more of a background check approach, more of a permitting approach," Clinton said.

Suzanna Hupp, a survivor of the 1991 mass shooting in Kileen, Texas, that left 24 people dead, said that there was a law against concealed carry in the state at the time, so she left her gun in her car.

Hupp, who saw her parents murdered during the tragic incident, said that you never see mass shootings at gun shows or NRA events, places where there are hundreds or thousands of armed, law-abiding citizens.

"We see mass shootings at places where we have made guns illegal," Hupp said. "These mass shootings occur at places where people are not able to protect themselves."

Hupp said if guns are so evil and unnecessary, then Clinton and her family should give up their armed security.

"I think Hillary Clinton should lead by example," Hupp stated. 

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