11:34 AMPT 11/26/2018
"It's clear that we need this change in terms of gun violence," said Mowry-Housley's day-to-day speeches show.
Tamara Mowry-Housley had an emotional return Real His nephew died later this Monday.
Alaina Housley, a 12-year-old student who died at Borderline Bar & Grill, died in California's Thousand Oaks. Mowry-Housley and husband, former Fox News correspondent Adam Housley, took the social media outlook to find information about missing their nephew among Housley's victims.
"I learned that Alaina was 5 years old," Mowry-Housley shared with her to return to the talk show. "It was very sweet. When Alaina walked in a room, the atmosphere would change."
"Housleys, we were ten of a group, when we were together, we were together," he said. "It's very amazing for my mother-in-law, father-in-law, sister and brother, along with my family, with my family. Alaina was my little sister. My spouse was married, but my friend and my sister from my heart."
Mowry-Housley also discussed the need to tackle the massive shootout epidemic in the US. "It's clear that we need this change on gun violence. I do not mind if I need to knock doors to make the House white. It was very sweet, loving and pleasing," he said. "It was also a debate, so I would like to discuss it, but I think it starts from the beginning."
"In our country, and this is sad to say, but you have to live under a rock to not believe these words, our country is sick. It is sick. It needs to be healed," he continued. "We need to cure inside. So we are divided."