Former President Donald Trump and Republican Sen. Ted Cruz doubled down on a pro-gun response to gun violence on Friday,
speaking at the National Rifle Association's conference in Houston,
just three days after a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, that killed 19 elementary school students and two teachers.
The reading of the names of the Uvalde victims, each of which was followed by a bell sound,
and a brief dance-like movement just after he closed his words were among the parts of
Trump's seemingly sparsely attended address that received criticism on social media.