What the presidential candidates are saying about the San Bernardino shooting

Less than a week after the mass shooting at a Colorado Planned Parenthood facility, gun politics is again at the center of the presidential campaign.

Donald Trump responded to the San Bernardino, Calif. shooting during a campaign event in Manassas, Va. tonight.

Candidates on both sides took to Twitter today to weigh in on the ongoing situation. Senators, current and former governors and Dr. Ben Carson all tweeted their support and prayers for the victims.

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Meanwhile, Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton, Martin O’Malley and Bernie Sanders used the shooting as an opportunity to speak out against gun violence.

And earlier today Donald Trump sent along his support for the law enforcement officials.

We will continue to update this story, as more candidates weigh in on the San Bernardino shooting.

For more on how the politics of guns are playing out on the campaign trail, check out Politics Monday this week: