Mark Kelly: Trump's views on gun control are shifting

Former astronaut Mark Kelly spoke to ABC News' Rick Klein and Jon Karl.

Despite the NRA’s relationship with the president, Kelly believes that Trump is pushing for revised legislation. "I think he’s trying to figure this out," Kelly said.

And during the meeting, the president suggested raising the minimum age to purchase firearms to 21 and ban the sales of bump stocks.

"People aren't bringing it up because they're afraid to bring it up," Trump said. "You can't buy a handgun at 18, 19 or 20. You have to wait until you're 21. You could buy the weapon used in this horrible shooting at 18. You are going to decide -- the people in this room pretty much -- are going to decide. I would give very serious thought to it."

And that's an area that Kelly agrees with: "I don’t feel somebody who’s not allowed to buy a Bud Light, should be able to buy an AR-15 in a high capacity magazine –- that clearly doesn’t make sense," he said.