— -- A list of talking points compiled by the White House in the aftermath of Sunday's mass shooting in Las Vegas deemphasizes the role that gun control legislation could play in preventing future attacks while calling for patience to allow the investigation to run its course.
The talking points, distributed to supporters of the administration, echo comments made earlier in the week by White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, who said Monday that the immediate aftermath of the shooting was not the time to hold a "political debate."
The notes on gun control specifically portray the White House's position as wanting to wait to have such discussions until the facts are gathered "before we make sweeping policy arguments for curtailing the Second Amendment."
Earlier Wednesday, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., introduced a bill banning bump-stock equipment that can be used to alter firearms to allow them to fire semi-automatically.
Here is the full list of administration talking points:
Las Vegas shooting:
Some of the unknowns we must learn from investigators: