VAN SUSTEREN: At least she is responding in some way the staff has been talking, so that sounds like a positive step forward.
Let me turn to something else. Mayor Bloomberg of New York, which is 2,000 miles from your state, apparently has decided to investigate your gun shows, Arizona. I'm sure you have a thought about that?
BREWER: Well, I find it interesting that he's out here in Arizona solving our problems. I guess he believes that he has solved all the problems in New York. Here he is in the good state of Arizona.
It has been a fascinating story, but we are a big Second Amendment state I support our laws here. I've signed gun laws here. What he went after the way it was portrayed is not what the issue is. I think all laws should be enforced. And those people that buy guns from private owners at a gun show have the responsibility, if they knowingly realize it, someone cannot pass a background check or if they suspect that maybe they are mentally incompetent, it is a state felony and a federal felony. So those laws need to be enforced.
VAN SUSTEREN: It's interesting, according to the newspapers he spent $100,000 with eight investigators. I guess on the bright side, they probably stayed at a company of hotels in Arizona so at least
VAN SUSTEREN: He might have helped you out a little. Do you intend to send investigators to the city of New York to investigate anything?
BREWER: Actually, no. I'll let him take care of his state.
VAN SUSTEREN: Or city.
BREWER: And I'll be taking care of Arizona.
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