Vince Vaughn: 'Of course' guns should be allowed in schools

Vince Vaughn
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In an interview with the British edition of GQ, American actor and comedian Vince Vaughn opened up about his strong belief in gun rights, saying he supports "having a gun in public full stop," not just in the home.

Vaughn, who's in the midst of redefining his acting career with his starring role in the second season of HBO's crime-thriller True Detective, got specific about guns in schools, saying "of course" they should be allowed:

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